Nov. 9-15, 2001
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U.Va. hub for biotechnology
Novelist David Baldacci to be Valediction speaker
ITC unveils new wireless network

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Newcomb director eager to build on student’s learning experience
Recyclers snag two golds
ITC hopes ‘Printing Awareness Week’ will be a paper-saver
Behind the history: Retrofitting the Academical Village
Hot Links -- Letters added to ‘”Race and Place” project
Follow the ‘Tracks of the Serpent’
Found-wallet mystery solved
Conference, Nov. 13, to examine globalizing the modern university
Notables -- awards and achievements of faculty and staff

student using laptop ITC unveils new wireless network

The sky is blue, the weather’s crisp, and you want to get outdoors. But there’s still that pesky matter of getting some work done. After all, you can’t take that computer out with you, right?

Maybe you can. ITC is rolling out its new wireless computing network this month.a Soon you can take that laptop out on the Lawn — or any of the other dozens of locations around Grounds — and check e-mail or surf the Web.

During Phase I of this project, now under way, between 100 and 200 wireless access points will be set up in selected locations in University libraries and some other locations around Grounds. The system supports only laptops equipped with a Cisco Aironet 352 wireless card.

For information and a list of locations where wireless is available, go to the Web site at http://www.itc.virginia.edu/csd/wireless/.


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