Lauren Malhoit of AdaptingIT writes: Abby Strong of AeroHive and I chat about how AeroHive does wireless networking. Follow Abby on Twitter here and follow AeroHive here. Great episode with my favorite Wifi Princess. Have a listen when you get some downtime between AP deployments. Read more: AdaptingIT : Women with Hives
Lee Badman of WiredNot writes: Ah, this crazy wireless world we live in. It’s easy to forget that 802.11ac is still not “really” a standard, although we’re getting very close. It’s also easy to get sparkly-eyed by the 11ac products available now, despite the fact that with the new standard’s promised weird and protracted […]
Jennifer Huber of I â™¥ WiFi writes: The thing I always vividly remember from an Aerohive session at Wireless Field Day, is the presentation by Matthew Gast. I love how he intertwines fun facts and figures into a slide deck AND uses matrix math to explain things that are still (somewhat) theoretical in nature. At […]
Dale Rapp of DaleWifiSec writes about WFD5: Attending Wireless Field Day 5 as a first time delegate was such an honor, and I was perfectly aware of how significant past Wireless Field Day events have been. But being involved and experiencing the event first hand I realized just how big of a deal the event […]
Dale Rapp from Dale’s WifiSec writes about WFD5: No… there isn’t a test at Wireless Field Day 5, but being one of the two new delegates to the event I wanted to gather as much knowledge as I could prior to the nine vendor presentations at WFD5. For the most part I know of each […]
Bob Oâ€™Hara, co-founder of enterprise Wi-Fi pioneer Airespace, tells the story of the origination of the controller-based architecture. He discusses the challenges of managing a multitude of access points and how a controller helped bring metrics and manageability to that market. Airespace built a centralized hierarchical system to control Wi-Fi access points in the early 2000â€²s and was purchased by Cisco in 2005.