Intel, Cisco to improve WiFi connections, enable wVoIP

Intel yesterday at the Intel Developer Forum said it plans to work with Cisco Systems to make their respective WiFi systems work better together. The two companies will work to incorporate new technology in Cisco's WiFi access points and Intel's Centrino platform that will allow users to connect to the most available AP by data load, thus improving performance for both end-users and network administrators. Intel and Cisco also said they plan to work together to improve the quality of wireless VoIP connections. No financial details of the partnership were announced.

For more on the Intel, Cisco partnership:
- see this story from eWeek

Sponsored by ADI

What if we were never truly alone? Our next-gen communications technology can help people in even the most remote places stay connected.

What if there were no ocean, desert, mountain or event that could ever keep us from telling our stories, sharing discoveries or asking for help? ADI’s next-gen communications technology could keep all of us connected.

Suggested Articles

AT&T has shifted its Cricket prepaid brand to a 100% authorized retailer model, according to Wave7 Research.

The FCC decided to extend the timeline for responding to Huawei's application for review until December 11.

All operators are trying to understand the intersection between their networks and hyperscale networks. But who gets the lion's share of the revenue?