Wireless Networking continues to be used more and more. The NY Times is reporting SAN FRANCISCO, June 15 – Hewlett-Packard has started a new campaign to sell wireless Internet technology to corporate offices and to help manage those systems.
The company’s offering, which executives discussed Tuesday in an interview, underscores the trend of big technology companies getting into the business of servicing wireless network equipment as well as selling it, wireless industry executives said.
Hewlett-Packard said it signed a deal with Aruba Wireless Networks, a wireless start-up based in San Jose, Calif., that will provide the underlying technology to build and manage the wireless network. (full story)
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