Lee Badman writing for Network Computing discusses WFD5 sponsor 7signal:
If no one’s complaining about your wireless network, it must be fine, right? Maybe not. Whether you really know how well your WLAN is performing comes down to the quality of your tools. A company called 7signal wants to give you a new way of looking at your wireless environment.
The 7signal framework is essentially a diagnostic overlay for existing wireless networks. It continuously gathers RF-level information in a given area to help administrators identify problems before users notice them. Though I’ve yet to lay hands on 7signal’s products, I’ve had a number of briefings with its senior technical team and sat in on the 7signal presentation at the recent Wireless Field Day 5 event in San Jose.