Zebra Technologies is enabling its enterprise customers to manage Wi-Fi access points from the cloud. The company introduced its Azara cloud-managed WLAN offering, which enables the management of Zebra access points from the cloud.
NetScout Systems updated its AirCheck wireless signal tester product line to include the 802.11ac standard.
Dover International Speedway recently received a Wi-Fi makeover. Ciena, Broad Valley Micro Fiber Networks and LightRiver Technologies upgraded the DIS Wi-Fi network to eliminate bandwidth bottlenecks that occur on race days.
There was a time not too long ago that conference facilities' Wi-Fi networks were shoddy, at best. That has changed in recent years, but bandwidth has continued to be a problem for some of the larger shows.
Worried about Wi-Fi congestion in the 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz bands? Ignition Design Labs is hoping to alleviate some of congestion problems, at least in residential areas, with the introduction of Portal, a router that makes use of radio spectrums that were at one time reserved for weather radar systems.
Total Wi-Fi indoor analytics installations in retail were up almost 400 percent year over year in 2015, according to the latest stats from ABI.
Mojo Networks is looking to compete with other Wi-Fi access point vendors, and the vendor's latest strategy is to drop the price of its 802.11ac access points.
HPE and NEC are expanding on an existing multi-year partnership to pair HPE's wired and wireless networking portfolio with NEC's SDN products in an effort to capitalize on mobile-first...
Brocade is looking to increase its presence in wireless networking. The company just signed a definitive agreement to acquire Ruckus Wireless, a provider of Wi-Fi products for enterprises and service providers.
Citing new Federal Communications Commission requirements, networking equipment vendor TP-Link plans to block the use of open source firmware, including DD-WRT and OpenWRT, on its routers.