Wireless Network

by John Foldi ·Posted
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 Steven Wong ·Posted
Aruba is expanding its line of Instant On line into the next generation of wireless networking with the launch the AP22, its first Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax) dual-channel access point, designed to provide offices, schools, retail stores, and small businesses with the bandwidth and performance needed to support the growing number of mobile devices in use. With a maximum aggregate data rate of 1.7 Gb/s over the 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz frequencies, which
by Stephen Janiszak ·Posted
You may already be familiar with the Ubiquiti Networks extensive line of UniFi Access Points. Well, add another to the list with the UniFi nanoHD Access Point, sold as a 1-pack, 3-pack, or 5-pack, making it easy to purchase the requisite number needed for your network deployment. Not only does the UniFi
by M. Brett Smith ·Posted
5G, the next generation of wireless technology, is nearly upon us. With the first specs now established and multiple carriers announcing plans to launch 5G networks later this year, it’s time to get familiar with all things 5G. Don’t worry though: this won’t be some jargon-laden deep-dive. Instead, we’ll give you the 5 things you need to know about 5G. What is It? At its most basic, 5G is simply a set of wireless networking standards—think of them as rules or requirements a network must meet to be called 5G. The G in 5G stands for “generation