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TAIPEI, Feb. 17, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — D-Link Corporation today presented its latest DCS-8300LHV2 Full HD Wi-Fi Camera with AI-based person detection. This intelligent camera can identify human motion, minimizing false alarms and ensuring that users get the alerts that matter. Not only does the DCS-8300LHV2 capture video in Full HD 1080p with a 120-degree field of …

The COVID-19 pandemic has prompted the Vigo County School Corp. to expedite its technology plan in ways that will benefit not only students and teachers, but the community as well. • It has purchased Chromebooks for all students in Grades 3-12. Devices for grades K-2 are planned for the next stage of the technology roll-out. …

LANSING, Mich. — Students are facing a lot of challenges with remote learning and one of those challenges is making sure they have a WiFi connection, however, schools are giving hotspots to students who will be learning from home. Kelly Grygiel, Northwest Schools Communications and Marketing Manager said the schools has budgeted $1.5 million for …

One thing that remote work and online schooling made clear over the last 10 weeks of coronavirus shutdowns is the importance of good quality Wi-Fi . On Thursday Qualcomm announced a series of new Wi-Fi chips aimed at boosting speeds and capacity for both home and business Wi-Fi networks. Tapping the latest Wi-Fi 6 technology …

Once upon a time Bigfoot Networks was just a startup promising to lower latency with a “network gaming accelerator,” before delivering its tech under the Killer wireless brand. Its aftermarket NIC measurably outperformed onboard Ethernet ports, and increased anticipation for upcoming wireless hardware as gamers distanced themselves from the routers. Qualcomm bought the company in …

Any device that sends out a Wi-Fi signal also emits terahertz waves — electromagnetic waves with a frequency somewhere between microwaves and infrared light. These high-frequency radiation waves, known as “T-rays,” are also produced by almost anything that registers a temperature, including our own bodies and the inanimate objects around us. Terahertz waves are pervasive …

While school districts across North Texas transition into online-based learning, several districts are dealing with the challenge of making sure each student has the resources to continue learning. In Irving ISD, 500 students are still in need of devices and WiFi hot spots for home. Students are expected to be able to pick up materials …

B6_back-1 Nokia WiFi Beacon 6 Back B6_front Nokia WiFi Beacon 6 Front   Nokia adds the Beacon 6 to its whole-home WiFi portfolio, which already includes the Beacon 1, the Beacon 3 and family of mesh fiber gateways Beacon 6 is the first Nokia Wi-Fi device to support Wi-Fi 6 and Wi-Fi Certified EasyMesh™ along …

First Responder Technologies CEO Robert Delamar explains how his company’s perimeter security solution uses Wi-Fi technology for cost-effective, life-saving weapons detection. First Responder Technologies (CSE:WPN) CEO Robert Delamar spoke with the Investing News Network (INN) about the growing global interest in his company’s Wi-Fi-based perimeter security technology. First Responder is developing technologies to detect and …

The unprecedented speeds and coverage of Wi-Fi 6 helps campuses keep up with their students’ technological needs. Wi-Fi 6 is able to improve communication between routers and devices—keeping connections strong even as more devices and types of devices are connected. With the breadth of new tech devices used by students, a reliable campus network is …