The days of overnight maintenance windows are coming to an end. The team at Cisco has been working hard to redefine their WLAN software to provide some key features for helping ease transitions of your network. Read on to see how Cisco has decoupled the WLAN.
Is it really true, or is there something we can do to help? Read on for my thoughts on the state of Arista.
Coming to you live in 1 week, it’s Mobility Field Day 3! Read on for just a few thoughts on what’s coming next week.
Tired of trying the same things to increase coverage in warehouses? Check out this post for some helpful ideas on how to approach warehouse wireless design with specialized antennas!
Aruba announced today that they have purchased Cape Networks, a network monitoring tool/solution. Read on to find out more info on the Cape product!
Part 2 in the ongoing “Getting to Know: ArubaOS 8” series. This post discusses Aruba AirMatch and it real world results and configuration examples.
If you’re curious about what’s coming in 802.11ax, check out my latest post on some of my most intriguing features coming to an AP near you!
Are WLAN drag races helpful? Do they really mean anything to the wireless professional? Check out this post for my thoughts on the value of WLAN drag races.
If you are in the market for a great external battery pack for all your needs, read on!