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Thoughts on the HP acquisition of Aruba Networks

Twitter has been abuzz since last week with the leaked news, now official, that HP has entered an agreement to acquire Aruba Networks. As such there are plenty of people both for and against this in the WLAN community. I wanted to put some immediate thoughts up here on this transaction; First congratulations to Aruba, […]

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 […]

A sticky problem – Wi-Fi clients that won’t roam

I work in a very interesting industry. It seems like in no time, WLANs have gone from being a nice to have but definitely optional thing to something that everyone must have in order to operate their businesses. Part of the issue with this rapid change is that we are left with some decisions made […]