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Ruckus Wireless – Scaling for service provider Wi-Fi

One of the biggest thing that struck me as the overall theme of the Ruckus Wireless presentation at Wireless Field Day 8 was how they have found a niche in the service provider business and were working hard to expand their footprint there. Although I was aware of their presence in this market before, and […]

Wi-Fi Speed Tests: So F*ucking What!

I was reading my twitter feed on the way home tonight and it was abuzz about a new Miercom report that Cisco had paid for that showed their new Aironet 3702i AP vs. an Aruba Networks AP-225. Miercom is well known by most WLAN pros that I know in that they generally give you paid […]

Gigabit Wi-Fi Design – More Devices, More Capacity, More Problems.

When I first started learning how to deploy Wi-Fi networks I really only had a vague knowledge of how it all really worked. In those days, I relied heavily on friends who were experts to give me a basic idea of how Access Points should be deployed. It was in a way much simpler to […]