Wireless stories - Page 9
Get ahead in business with Aerohive's wireless office
Upon leaving Madrid-Barajas Airport, Aerohive Networks' Director of Product Management Matthew Gast had an epiphany.
Mako Networks signs major US contract
Mako Network signs deal with third-largest wireless provider in the US, a move the Albany-based firm expects to be a potential boon for the company's further growth.
Wireless rollercoaster ride leaves Brocade in Dreamworld
Ardent Leisure Group, owner of Australia’s largest theme park Dreamworld, selects Brocade to provide a major network upgrade program focusing on improved wireless internet access.
Christchurch schools get wireless upgrade
More than 50 schools in Christchurch will have their wireless network upgraded as part of the national Schools Network Upgrade Project (SNUP).
ANZ Wireless LAN market buoyed by increased internet access
The wireless local area network (WLAN) hardware market has recorded its third consecutive quarter of growth, spread across consumer, service provider and enterprise segments.
All systems go as Aruba expands partner reach
Westcon attracted a good turn-out last week for a partner update session from Aruba Networks, one of Westcon’s key vendor partners who are renowned for their wireless and mobility solutions.
Don’t forget - Aruba Networks Partner Update and breakfast at Westcon tomorrow
Come join Westcon for breakfast this Friday when Aruba Networks will be sharing their insights on the latest wireless technologies, including the leading edge Aruba Instant solution and what it means for your customers.
New partnership helps PowerbyProxi develop wireless power systems
Auckland-based PowerbyProxi and Linear Technology have today announced a partnership to develop wireless power systems for use in a range of applications and environments.
Cambium aims to connect the unconnected with ePMP wireless launch
Cambium Networks has today launched ePMP, branded as a "revolutionary wireless access platform for connecting underserved and unconnected global communities."
Aerohive unveils first 802.11ac Wi-Fi products
In unveiling the first access points capable of supporting 802.11ac, Aerohive can now provide speeds up to 1.3Gbps...
Slack IT approach risks Kiwi companies
Laissez-fare approach to wireless IT networks exposes Kiwis to cyber criminals, industrial espionage and ‘hacktivists’...
Are staff owned smart devices killing company internet speeds?
New Zealand businesses are lamenting the days when wireless networks were faster but, in reality, the problem is not slow internet but people with too many devices in the workplace.
Schools Network Upgrade Project (SNUP) gets more funding
Aside from the $1.35 billion being invested in the national ultra-fast broadband network, the New Zealand government has been working on an extensive school network upgrade project.
Home grown BYOD solution
Local distributor Connector Systems has been involved in hundreds of wireless deployments across various vertical market segments throughout ANZ.
Top 10 Wireless Predictions for 2013
As 2012 draws to a close Juniper Research has drawn up a list of predictions for the mobile and wireless industry during 2013.
Launch events with Ruckus next month
Partners invited to check out two new products from wireless specialists.
Connector Systems adds PCTEL to wireless range
Antenna specialists offer accessory option in growing market.
WLAN market boost
Mark Dasent, Connector Systems general manager, Networking and Wireless, provides some tips for ensuring your customer’s wireless network runs optimally.
Building a mobile information delivery capability
When it comes to mobile, delivery counts. Darren Bergrove, blinkMobile Interactive director discusses mobile architecture.
Bucklands Beach Intermediate School uses BeamFlex
Ruckus BeamFlex technology blanketed Bucklands Beach campus with half the amount of Wi-Fi access points. Service blackspots had been reduced to zero.
Raroa School could have been a wireless nightmare
See how Raroa School's wireless has settled in well. Against the challenges of a large multi-acre campus with multi-story, concrete and steel buildings, pre-fab facilities and large common areas and fields.
King’s School success with Ruckus Wireless
How King's School shifted from a 'find and fix' network approach to a more proactive 'predict and prevent' methodology with the help of Ruckus solutions
Tablet market to grow five times in five years
Analysts say shipments in 2016 could top 253 million, but there could be trouble ahead.
Cisco refreshes consumer range
"All customers need to know is if they want the fast one or the faster one.”