Wi-Fi

by Jennifer Hahn ·Posted 04/18/2023
Hollyland has arrived at NAB 2023 with a new and updated set of products to make livestreamers very happy. The brand has now entered the camera arena with the new Venuss Pro and Venuss Air Live streaming cameras, which provide quick and easy setup and HD video capture for livestreamers. Meanwhile, the Mars M1 Pro updates the original M1 with a larger 7" screen and adds USB-C output and a dual L-series battery plate. Venuss Pro and Venuss Air The size of a small camcorder or block camera, the new Venuss Pro 1080p HD streaming camera is designed
by John Foldi ·Posted 12/09/2020
Would you drive a Lamborghini to take the kids to soccer practice? Even if money was no object, the answer is likely no. While fast enough to get the job done, good luck fitting everyone and everything inside. An extreme example, but the same idea holds true for many things, such as your home network. A good home network needs more than just raw speed. It also needs to provide features that make it the right fit for you and your family. Is Wi-Fi 6 worth the upgrade? That depends entirely on how you use your network today, or how you may use it
by M. Brett Smith ·Posted 10/12/2022
Now, more than ever, a reliable Internet connection is critically important. For the millions of people working from home, the ability to do their job literally depends on it. The same is true for remote learners, virtual socializers, gamers, or anyone who wants to stream a Netflix series or two. Without a good Internet connection, those things aren’t possible—which is why you need a good wireless router.
by Staff Writer ·Posted 07/01/2019
It’s no secret that large corporations require complex enterprise networking solutions, but what if you’re just a small business owner? Do you really need a dedicated server room and complicated network devices? Fortunately, Aruba makes it easy to get simple yet secure Wi-Fi with its new Instant On series. The Aruba Instant On series features a wide selection of indoor and outdoor access points that address the current and future needs of small businesses. With easy installation
by Patrick Chiang ·Posted 10/10/2018
The Wi-Fi Alliance has recently introduced the next generation of Wi-Fi connectivity, known as Wi-Fi 6, based on 802.11ax technology, along with a new naming convention. Most consumers are familiar with the 802.11 standards; however, this new sequential number rebranding is intended to simplify things in the long run. Previously, the naming design used the alphabet, starting with a to b to g and n, with each one representing the next generation. We'd expect z to be the last or fastest one, or until they have new names, but suddenly we're on
by BH Online Videos ·Posted 10/26/2017
The new iZotope Spire Studio is the perfect piece of technology for tracking and recording music or musical ideas while on the go. This mini studio features an omnidirectional mic, a soundcheck feature for adjusting gain, built-in effects, and an easy-to-use mobile app for additional options.
by Bjorn Petersen ·Posted 12/04/2017
Nikon is making wireless connectivity with its cameras easier and more functional with the release of SnapBridge Version 2.0, now available for iOS and Android mobile devices. Taking user feedback from the first iteration of SnapBridge, Nikon has made many asked-for improvements to the app, beginning with a user interface and menu structure overhaul, as well as clearer instructions on how to connect your mobile device to a Nikon camera for the first time. For the Nikon fanatic, SnapBridge now lets you register up to five separate cameras with
by David Adler ·Posted 06/21/2018
For applications requiring tiny cameras and broadcast-quality video without wires, the Vislink HEROCast System has everything that you need. From motorsports to reality television, being able to place GoPro HERO cameras creatively and use them together with other professional video equipment lets the production take advantage of creative camera placement for footage that truly takes place in the moment.  
by Stephen Janiszak ·Posted 08/29/2017
Our devices have an insatiable appetite for Wi-Fi, and eero is here to satisfy that hunger. The plug-and-play eero home Wi-Fi System comes in a variety of configurations, you can opt for the eero Home Wi-fi System with a single eero router and two beacons, the eero Home Wi-Fi System with a single eero router and one beacon, or the eero Home Wi-Fi System with three eero routers for to cover larger spaces. Regardless of the system configuration you choose, the
by Stephen Janiszak ·Posted 06/13/2017
The TP-Link Archer Series of networking devices covers a wide range of solutions, from routers to cable modems, range extenders, and more. The Archer CR500 Wireless-AC1200 Dual-Band DOCSIS 3.0 Cable Modem & Router from TP-Link combines the convenience of a DOCSIS 3.0 cable modem and speed of an 802.11ac dual-band wireless router in a single high-performance design. This cable modem/router is compatible with a wide range of
by Stephen Janiszak ·Posted 05/02/2017
If you want truly seamless Wi-Fi, then the Deco M5 Whole-Home Wi-Fi System, from TP-Link, is your go-to solution. This home Wi-Fi system consists of three routers, each equipped with dual Gigabit Ethernet ports, four internal antennas, support for the 802.11ac Wi-Fi standard, and it operates on the 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz frequencies. Setting up your Deco M5 Wi-Fi system is simple. Unbox these sleek routers and access the Assisted
by Cris Silvestri ·Posted 05/01/2017
Data breaches and unsecure networks are serious business. When a gigantic corporation like Yahoo or Home Depot can’t prevent unwarranted access to its data, what hope does a private citizen, armed with a router and a cheap spyware program have to protect their valuable information? Last year, data breaches reached an all-time high. According to the Identity Theft Research Center, data breaches were up 40% last year, after a record high in 2015. Hacking, skimming, and phishing attacks are the most common, which can easily morph into identify
by Lawrence Neves ·Posted 06/04/2018
With ATTO, you can stream your content in real time, which greatly enhances your workflow. ATTO Advanced Data Streaming technology is found in all ATTO ThunderLink® adapters, and offers high-speed data streaming, which is great for data and editing collaboration. The ultra-quiet, low-profile, and portable 40GbE ThunderLink 3402 from ATTO makes it easy to streamline workflows by connecting your Thunderbolt™ 3 laptop, desktop, or mobile workstation directly to a DisplayPort monitor, as well as networked storage to edit content in real time.
by Stephen Janiszak ·Posted 01/19/2017
Linksys waited until 2017 to announce its entry into the Whole Home Wi-Fi arena and the company intends to use its networking expertise to blanket your entire home with seamless, fast, and reliable Wi-Fi coverage. Mesh networking has been around for quite some time, and most people understand it as Wi-Fi coverage for your entire home using what has become known as network nodes (or little routers). With some home mesh network systems, the signal can degrade as you expand your system by adding additional nodes. Well, Linksys aims to remedy that
by Lawrence Neves ·Posted 09/27/2016
Mesh networking, whole home Wi-Fi, surround Wi-Fi—yes, there are new technologies coming to your home on which you’ll need to brush up. Today, we’re looking at these three terms, which are all different names for the same thing—Wi-Fi that expands the coverage in your home and creates coverage “bubbles” that will allow you greater freedom and more diversity with your home or small business networks. What do you think about mesh networking? Fad or future tech? Innovative or inconsequential? Let us know in the comments section below. Need more