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Spotlight: Industry group formed to promote IoT use of unlicensed LTE spectrum

Companies interested in promoting the use of unlicensed LTE spectrum for the Internet of Things and other mobile uses launched Monday a coalition called Evolve.

Juniper, Aerohive partner for cloud-managed networking for enterprises

Juniper Networks and Aerohive Networks have paired their wired and wireless technologies for simple cloud-based managed networks aimed at the enterprise, as well as education and state and local government.

InvizBox unveils Go prototype that provides mobile users a VPN over public Wi-Fi

To help calm IT security fears about public Wi-Fi, startup InvizBox unveiled a prototype device that sets up a secure connection, either through a virtual private network connection or connection to the Tor network, for employees or anyone else using public Wi-Fi.

Spotlight: How NIST hopes to solve the wireless spectrum problem

The National Institute of Standards and Technology is trying to solve the problem of not enough wireless spectrum for the various technologies using it.

Cambium pushes 802.11ac management to the cloud

Cambium Networks took the wraps off of cnPilot, a new product portfolio of 802.11ac wireless network products that are fully managed from the cloud.

Fortinet introduces new cloud-managed WLAN access points

Fortinet launched a new series of wireless LAN access points that are managed by its FortiCloud management system. The new FortiAP-S series of APs are being touted as secure Wi-Fi APs with Fortinet's cybersecurity technology running right on them.

Baltimore Ravens' stadium gets high density Wi-Fi

The Baltimore Ravens' M&T Bank Stadium is the latest large sporting venue to get the high density Wi-Fi treatment. Working with Extreme Networks and systems integrator PCM, the stadium's tech team outfitted the venue with what they're calling an end-to-end wireless solution.

Robbins era of Cisco leading to more focused operations

Chuck Robbins is only into his second week as new CEO of Cisco Systems, but ever since his appointment (and John Chambers' retirement) was announced in May, Cisco has been shedding superfluous businesses and streamlining its operations at the top.

Infographic: Bad Wi-Fi connectivity prevents people from doing their jobs

A full 88 percent of individuals surveyed by Wi-Fi provider Xirrus use Wi-Fi at work, yet 84 percent of respondents said that bad W-Fi connectivity has kept them from doing their job.

Spotlight: Wi-Fi congestion is slowing home routers

If remote workers are having problems with Internet speeds, there's a chance the issue lies in the increasingly busy and congested Wi-Fi spectrum. In my case, slow Internet is because of a shoddy...