Friend or Foe? Top 10 Advice When Using Public Wi-Fi

Mike / 03-29-2015 / No Comments »

Wi-Fi is established as the preferred access choice for the majority of mobile users. It has supplanted 3G/4G cellular network access based on the localized performance it delivers for bandwidth hungry applications. It has gotten to the point where you can go about your day, moving around most major cities, with enough ...

Roll With The Punches; Wi-Fi’s One-Two Combo

Mike / 02-27-2015 / No Comments »

Addressing the explosive growth of mobility is as easy as hitting a moving target. Consider the moving target of mobility in general, combined with the fact that mobile users actually move, and the equation compounds exponentially. Keeping up takes a quick step. More often than not those seeking new Wi-Fi networks ...

Voice Is Dead, Long Live Voice

Mike / 01-27-2015 / No Comments »

We get caught up in the arms race that has become the networking industry. Speeds and feeds remain a hot selling point in the hardware business, and we’ve witnessed this with the entrance of 802.11ac Wave1 Gigabit Wi-Fi. If you haven’t gotten enough of that chatter, wait a few more months for Enterprise class 802.11ac ...

Wi-Fi’s Enigma: MU-MIMO

Mike / 12-19-2014 / 4 Comments »

  Without a doubt 802.11ac Wave1 has definitively ruled Wi-Fi tech-talk throughout the year, with “Gigabit Wi-Fi” declared as the wireless buzzword of 2014 (voted on by the staff at On The Fly Wi-Fi). Sure, other Wi-Fi trends like analytics, social and cloud have tried to grab the elusive buzzword top spot but ...

Apply The Brakes On The WIPS debate?

Mike / 11-08-2014 / No Comments »

In the last month, since the FCC’s fine of the Nashville Marriott, many discussions have circulated rising question of who might be fined next. The great debate over the FCC fine hinges on one important element – unlicensed radio frequency airspace, within the United States, is owned by the FCC. In the case of ...