Halloween Dress-Up, Wi-Fi Mess-Up

Mike / 10-27-2014 / No Comments »

Boo! It’s that time of year once again. Child’s play for some, fright time for others. It comes up quicker year after year as those, especially in the North, gear up for another winter season. Halloween is a great time, mostly cause of the candy, but also cause of the fun and excitement for kids who dress up and ...

Wi-Fi’s Interference Headache

Mike / 09-27-2014 / No Comments »

  Interference. A word that strikes common fears in the hearts of end-users and wireless professionals everywhere. It’s a phenomenon that’s fairly simple to explain yet difficult, and at times, complex to resolve. Interference. Who in their right mind would want to be interfered with? Interference. ...

Powering The Wide World Of Sports With Wi-Fi

Mike / 08-15-2014 / No Comments »

The rise of mobility – smartphones, tablets and mobile data has converged with the rise of social media to create some new and unique challenges. People expect to always be connected and with the ubiquity of WiFi, 3G and 4G LTE data, they often are. Unfortunately things start to fall apart when too many people gather in ...

Enter The Dragon; Wi-Fi and SDN

Mike / 07-23-2014 / No Comments »

When you get right down to it, we’ve spent more than 20 years configuring network elements such as routers and switches through a command line interface. These configurations, typically, are done one element at a time. Each network element operates its autonomous control and data plane managed through its operating ...

Contextual Analytics; Location Finds The Way

Mike / 06-30-2014 / No Comments »

  For those that have kept tabs on location-based services (LBS), or perhaps the more niche real-time location service (RTLS) will recall original use-cases. More often than not when one speaks about traditional LBS or RTLS the first thing that pops into mind is asset tracking and specific design considerations for ...