On tap for today’s roundtable, the panel discusses the state of locations and beacons. Moderator Stephen Foskett asks the panel to consider how location services factor into the greater enterprise mobility landscape. This goes from using beacons to give turn-by-turn navigation indoors to using location to cue print jobs. Often the backend of these application has been available for a while, but now new use cases are emerging.
This is post 5 of 5 in the series “Aruba Mobile First” Last month I was invited to attend Mobility Field Day Live (#MFDLive) featuring one of my favorites in the wireless space – Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company. During the event made some pretty big announcements and showed off a plethora of new […]
Ryan Adrima of Techvangelist writes: A few weeks ago I was invited to attend a Silicon Valley event hosted by Meru Networks called SDN Connect Live as part of a panel of professionals discussing the future of SDN as it pertains to Wi-Fi. Each of us offered a point of view a bit different than the others […]
Ryan Adzima from Techvangelist writes: It’s been a busy 12 months at work and I’ve had my plate full with many, many projects. I’ve been rebuilding, updating, and virtualizing everything in my datacenter for over a year now. Now I don’t want to pat myself on the back too much (I’m no Blake Krone) but […]
Ryan Adzima from Techvangelist writes about WFD5 presenter WildPackets: The last session on the first day of Wireless Field Day 5 was spent with Timothy McCreery and Jay Botelho of WildPackets and it got crazy. There were packets flying everywhere as Jay took us through the soon to be released OmniPeek 7.8 with support for […]
Ryan Adzima of Techvangelist writes about WFD5 presenter AirTight Networks: I’m sitting here at Airtight Networks for Wireless Field Day watching a demo of their new wireless networking offering. Right off the bat all the delegates in the room noticed one thing, HTML5 interface. On top of that it’s simple, clean, intuitive, logical, customizable, and […]