According to a new mobile research report, Mobile network operators need to spend almost $840 billion globally over the next five years in order to address serious bottlenecks in their backhaul networks. The report claims that the massive investment needs to be made if operators are to meet the increasing demands of mobile broadband users.
*edit* Thanks for the quick help. I just needed to install the firmware.Hi all, first post so let me know what critical info you need, as I'm new to linux as well.I have an Asus 1201N, which uses the realtek8192SE wireless card. Wired and wireless internet work perfectly in windows 7. I have problems with wireless, not wired, when running #!
I'm having problems with my network driver.
1. at first installation, I did not have either wireless or wired networks.
2. I updated my system using a network USB dongle, and got proprietary drivers, installed it
I am on Lucid 64 bit on a Dell M6400. I use both wired and wireless networks at home, with wired being my preferred method when in my home office. When I am connected via the wire, I turn off the wireless NIC via the switch on the laptop.
I am using my MSI wind U100 running Ubuntu 10.4 netbook remix, I have 2 networks, One of them always works and one barley ever works, The first one (That always works)Called Aaron's Computer, This router is in the room in which ubuntu was installed, And the first network ever connected to.