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Enterprise WiFi Continues Significant Growth

Taken together, revenue for the consumer and enterprise wireless local area network (WLAN) market segments grew 13.9% year-over-year and declined 2.9% sequentially in a seasonally slow 1Q this year, according to preliminary results announced by International Data Corp. (IDC). Enterprise WLAN revenue continued its "torrid" growth in 1Q, surging 27.2%.
Written by Kevin Kutcher at 00:00
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The Personal Cloud Poised to Eclipse the Personal Computer

The personal cloud will supplant personal computers at the hub of 21st century digital lifestyles by 2014. Rapid growth in Cloud-based and mobile apps and services is introducing a "new paradigm for how people store, synchronize, share and stream content," according to Gartner.
Written by Michael Standley at 08:00
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Network Sharing Helps Mobile Operators Cope with Exploding Data Demand

The explosion in demand for mobile data traffic is putting a lot of pressure on network operators, particularly as they face significantly higher costs for adding network capacity.
Written by Kevin Kutcher at 09:00
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Microsoft: Moving to the Cloud Enhances SMB's IT Security

IT security is improving for small- and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) as a result of moving to cloud networks, according to a broad-based Microsoft study. Study results show that 35% of U.S. SMBs surveyed said they've experienced noticeably higher levels of security since moving to the Cloud.
Written by Michael Standley at 14:00

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Research: Global IPTV Subscribership Approaches 60 Million

Global IPTV subscriptions were approaching 60 million as of year-end 2011, with growth accelerating to record the market's biggest three-month increase to date, according to a new Point Topic research report.
Written by Kevin Kutcher at 13:00
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