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Public wifi - why use more radio spectrum than you need?

Here’s the second of my series of little rants about poor public wifi – this time, why use more spectrum than you need?

Using the… 592 more words


Passed the 640-722!

I sat for the CCNA Wireless exam (640-722) last week and passed!
I utilized the Official Certification Guide, and CBR Nuggets.
I had also purchased a 2504, prior to getting the OCG and finding out that the exam is based around 7.0 code and not the 7.3+ code I had assumed it would be on (hence the need for a newer WLC). 146 more words


Atmel strengthens its IoT leadership

Atmel today announced a definitive agreement to acquire Newport Media, Inc., a leading provider of high performance low power Wi-Fi and Bluetooth solutions, that will enable Atmel to offer designers and Makers the industry’s most complete wireless portfolio of smart, connected devices for the Internet of Things (IoT). 230 more words


Qualcomm Acquires Wilocity in Bid to Advance WiGig, a Faster Version of Wi-Fi

Qualcomm announced on Wednesday that it had purchased Wilocity, an Israeli startup working on chips for the next-generation of Wi-Fi, known as WiGig and IEEE 802.11ad. 284 more words


Upgrading Cisco LWAPP to Autonomous IOS (1140)

Upgrading Cisco LWAPP to Autonomous IOS (1140)

This tutorial will walk through the process of converting a Cisco LAP (Lightweight Access Point) to run the full autonomous IOS. 341 more words