WIRELESS INFRASTRUCTURE

EXPERT ANALYSIS


WLAN Architecture: Cloud-Managed Vs. On-Premises

Andrew Froehlich Commentary

Riverbed Expands Reach with Xirrus Deal

Marcia Savage News

Public WiFi Security: A 10-Step Guide

Network Computing Editors News

2.5 and 5 Gigabit Ethernet: Benefits and Use Cases

UNH  IOL Commentary
  • New Ethernet technologies address evolving enterprise needs, including WLAN support.
    By UNH IOL , 3/31/2017

WiFi Analysis: Testing Radio Links

Tony Fortunato Commentary

Wi-Fi Location Promises Precision

Marcia Savage News

UNH-IOL Launches 2.5 And 5 Gigabit Ethernet Testing

Marcia Savage News

5G Is Promising, But Challenging

Jeffrey Gudewicz, VP of Corporate Development, Wilson Electronics Commentary
  • Before the benefits of 5G can be realized, the technology must overcome some obstacles.
    By Jeffrey Gudewicz, VP of Corporate Development, Wilson Electronics , 2/16/2017

Wireless Mesh Networks In The Enterprise

Andrew Froehlich Commentary

How To Secure A Network For Free

Tony Fortunato Commentary

5 Stadium WiFi Best Practices For The Big Game

Marc Murders, Solutions Director, Randstad Technologies. Commentary
  • Here's how NRG Stadium in Houston can avoid Bill Belichick tablet woes.
    By Marc Murders, Solutions Director, Randstad Technologies. , 1/25/2017

3 Emerging WLAN Trends For 2017

Marcia Savage News

WiFi Networking: Radio Wave Basics

Cisco Press Commentary

5 WiFi Networking Predictions For 2017

Dirk Gates Commentary
  • IoT security, cloud-managed WiFi, and other trends will reshape the WiFi market next year.
    By Dirk Gates , 12/22/2016

A WLAN Pro’s Wish List For 2017

Lee Badman Commentary
  • Lee Badman has a few things he'd like to see happen in the WLAN industry next year.  
    By Lee Badman , 12/14/2016

WiGig: Does This WiFi Standard Have A Future?

Lee Badman Commentary
  • The WiFi Alliance has begun testing 802.11ad for interoperability, but it's unclear how the standard will...
    By Lee Badman , 11/15/2016

Why 5 GHz Matters For Enterprise WiFi

Dirk Gates Commentary
  • The 2.4-GHz band doesn't have to disappear, but needs help handling today's ubiquitous Wi-Fi demands.
    By Dirk Gates , 11/10/2016

12 Key Networking Mergers Of 2016

Marcia Savage Slideshow
  • The networking industry continued to morph with several significant acquisitions so far this year.
    By Marcia Savage , 11/02/2016

Racing To 2.5 And 5 Gigabit Ethernet

Peter Jones, Chairman, NBASE-T Alliance Commentary
  • The IEEE standard was approved at lightning speed. What's next?
    By Peter Jones, Chairman, NBASE-T Alliance , 10/27/2016

A Music Playlist For Networking Pros

Dan Conde Slideshow