Ruckus Wireless plays in both the service provider and enterprise space, but its SmartZone software platform has been a carrier software platform aimed at facilitating next-generation wireless. Until now, that is.
Wave 1 and Wave 2 of the 802.11ac wireless LAN protocol share the same IEEE digits, but the differences between them may mean significant re-architecting of the network to ensure Wave 2 functions as...
In an apparent move to counter HP's purchase of Aruba, Dell and Aerohive Networks have reached an agreement under which Dell will resell Aerohive's cloud managed Wi-Fi and mobility products alongside other Dell products.
It may seem that it's less important to keep the network functioning with low latency performance with videoconferencing applications moving to the cloud, but it's quite the opposite, according to an article on TechTarget.
There's one big problem with location-based services that use GPS; it can't reach inside buildings. Location-based startup IndoorAtlas came up with a solution to this problem: use a building's magnetic field to locate mobile users.
Airlines are increasingly viewing inflight connectivity as a vital work tool for the crew, not just an amenity for passengers.
Security and privacy have been major topics of discussion in the world of wearables--think Google Glass--and the Apple Watch isn't immune to these concerns.
The much-discussed 802.11ac Wave 2 is finally hitting the market. And it looks like Wi-Fi vendor Ruckus Wireless may be the first to make a Wave 2 access point available. The company announced the ZoneFlex R710, which will be available before the end of the quarter.
Wireless local area network gear revenue totaled close to $5 billion in 2014, an anemic 6 percent year-over-year growth, according to the latest stats from Infonetics Research.
The British government is ponying up £1 million to buy every member of Parliament an iPad Air 2 and laptop.