WhyReboot announces the industry launch of two new Ruckus Wi-Fi Certified 6 products, the R550 and the R850 Indoor Access Points. The new Wi-Fi 6 Certified products are compatible with Cumulus6, a fully cloud-employed network management, analytics, and self-repairing software. The Ruckus R550 gives integrators the reliability, robustness and capacity capabilities of Ruckus APs for […]
Have employees who have to travel often? The Travelwifi portable Wi-Fi may be of use. Travelwifi devices provide secure Wi-Fi connectivity throughout the European continent and beyond with rentals and sales of SIM-free pocket-sized hotspots with up to 4G LTE speeds, using CloudSIM technology in 130+ countries, according to the manufacturer. More from Travelwifi: The […]
Wi-Fi basics explained: everything that you need to know about setting up Wi-Fi and routers for the best coverage possible, including coverage, positioning, and more.
A new NETGEAR surve of 1,000 small businesses across 40 industries shows how different SMBs value high-performance, reliable Wi-Fi.
Researchers at Princeton found that there are a few malicious methods relating to wifi-based appliances that could cause widespread outages.
The University of Sussex completed its first tests on 5G technology, and expect it to be usable as early as 2019.
Though Wi-Fi security hasn’t remained completely untouched in the last decade, it’s been a while since it’s seen a revamp like the WPA3 it’s about to get.
Companies including Microsoft, Apple, Dell, Intel, and more have created The Wi-Fi Alliance to launch the new WPA3 Wi-Fi protocol.
In addition to the LinkNYC project to bring Wi-Fi to all residents of New York City, the mayor’s office is now exploring installing Wi-Fi in streetlights in all five boroughs.
According to a study of SMB Wi-Fi habit conducted by IDC in 2017, businesses and organizations are looking to better utilize and strengthen Wi-Fi in order to boost profits.