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Chicago & Miami, the next Smart Cities in the US

Chicago and Miami have been developing since January 2017 a project to become Smart cities thanks to the technology from CIVIQ Smartscapes. In an interconnected world, megapolis like Singapore, Dubai or Montreal tends to become Smart Cities by developing intelligent...

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UniFi cloud management: UniFi Controller or Tanaza?

Tanaza and UniFi Controller are two wireless network management software, which allow you to manage multiple networks composed of Ubiquiti UniFi devices, but they work in a different way. In this blog post we will focus on the main differences between them.

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Wi-Fi retail market is growing in Canada

The wireless retail market is growing in Canada according to the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC), following the general increase of hotspots’ number around the world.   In a previous article, we spoke about the global hotspot...

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4 reasons why 5G cellular won’t be a threat to Wi-Fi

5G is the next big revolution in mobile connectivity, is expected to be able to handle the increasing traffic related to the higher need for mobile data. In this scenario, is there a chance that the new 5G cellular network will eventually replace Wi-Fi?

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5 best network monitoring software in 2017

If you are the network administrator of a Wi-Fi network deployment or if you want to set up a WLAN for your business, you should look for the right network monitoring software able to satisfy your needs.

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Top 10 most used access points with Tanaza

Tanaza is vendor-agnostic and works great with a wide range of access points in order to give as much freedom as possible to its partners. If you want to see the full list of supported access points, click here. Regardless to the model chosen by our partners, Tanaza...

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How 802.11ax will improve your Wi-Fi network capacity

Are you dreaming of being provided with super fast Wi-Fi anytime and continuous network connectivity, without worrying about network congestion from devices’ overlaps? The new IEEE’s 802.11ax standard will make it possible and will dramatically improve your Wi-Fi network capacity.

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How to add your Facebook news feed to your splash page

Tanaza features a built-in captive portal, a web page that users see when they try to log into your Wi-Fi network. Thanks to Tanaza, you can personalize this page by adding your logo, background, text, and video and image advertising . In this article, we will see how...

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How to activate Three Wi-Fi Calling on iPhone

The carrier Three UK (3 store) has finally enabled baked-in Wi-Fi calling into the iPhone. Good news for iPhone users and Three UK’s customers, they are now able to make and receive calls and texts from anywhere without having to download the company’s separate...

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Global hotspot predictions for 2015-2020

The Hotspot global predictions for 2015-2020 show that the Wi-Fi market trend is still increasing and that Wi-Fi market is in full expansion. The usage of Wi-Fi is becoming more and more common globally. “Wi-Fi is part of the way the world works. It’s assumed that’s...

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Facebook login vs Form-based authentication 2 [infographic]

Tanaza features various authentication flows such as Facebook login, social login, voucher-based authentication, and now form-based authentication. In this article, we will speak about two practical cases: the Facebook login and the form based authentication and...

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Facebook login vs Form-based authentication

Tanaza features various authentication flows such as Facebook login, social login, voucher-based authentication, and now form-based authentication. In this article, we will speak about two practical cases: the Facebook login and the form based authentication and...

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Why become Tanaza Wi-Fi Academy certified?

  What is the Tanaza Wi-Fi Academy?   The Tanaza Wi-Fi Academy is a two-part certification program demonstrates your proficiency in the theory and practice of Wi-Fi and its applications. These certifications are the first step in the Tanaza training program...

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Free and Free mobile are arriving on the Italian market

The Iliad Group is a major player in the French market of telecommunications and Internet access. Founded in 1991 by Xavier Niel, the group is currently planning its entry into the mobile and wireless internet service market in Italy. In 2012, Free entered the French...

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Italy will benefit from 28K free Wi-Fi hotspots in 2017

Let’s have a look at the Italian situation regarding the latest regulations about free Wi-Fi hotspots, and the new initiative that is going to revolutionise the future of Wi-Fi in Italy. Looking at Wi-Fi regulations in Italy can be confusing due to not up to date...

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Promote your application on your Tanaza splash page

Tanaza features a captive portal that allows you to create a splash page and customize it as you wish, according to your needs. Find out in this article how you can build a splash page so that users download a mobile application before connecting.   Asking Wi-Fi...

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The list of supported OpenWRT wireless AP vendors

Using an alternative firmware on your wireless devices allows you to push the limits of wireless device by changing its features. OpenWRT is a Linux-based alternative router firmware for embedded devices that allows you to customize your wireless device thanks to its...

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FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler plans to step down

Late January, FCC (Federal Communications Commission) Chairman Tom Wheeler is said to step down as representative of the agency. The same day president-elect Donald Trump assumes his position at the White house. Tom Wheeler, chairman of the FCC, plans to leave his...

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4 ways to boost your Wi-Fi signal

The intensity of the Wi-Fi signal is one of the most important elements in a WLAN. In this article, we will suggest you easy ways to way to boost a Wi-Fi signal, improve coverage and avoid interference.

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Virgin Media will boost its wireless network outreach

Virgin Media is acquiring Arqiva Wifi to expand its wireless network reach and connectivity throughout the UK. Virgin Media will soon be striking a deal to bring in Arqiva Wi-Fi into Virgin’s corporate fold as a part of Virgin Media Business. Arqiva WiFi is one of the...

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Facebook targets Chinese market with censorship tool

Facebook is allegedly developing a censorship tool in order to enter the Chinese market. This tool will allow third-party Chinese companies to have total control over content, by selecting the information users can share online. Facebook is reportedly developing a...

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3 ways to improve your Wi-Fi network security

Nowadays, hacking attacks that threaten Wi-Fi network security are the order of the day. In order to prevent malicious users from accessing networks and sensitive data, such as email password and bank account information, administrators should effectively improve...

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Why you should protect your personal data while traveling

While traveling, people should never forget to protect their personal data. According to security experts, imprudent habits like publishing boarding pass pictures on social networks or accessing insecure free Wi-Fi hotspots can put your privacy in danger. Have you...

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Birdhouses in Amsterdam offer free Wi-Fi for clean air

In the 2015 “European City Ranking”, Amsterdam ranked 13th with respect to the measures it takes against air pollution. Fortunately, a smart initiative is now changing this situation by implementing special birdhouses that offer free Wi-Fi to the locals...

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First-class WiFi: the new challenge for hotels in Dubai

Hotels in Dubai are being currently challenged by the DTCM to become the number one choice hotel for travelers all over the world. To achieve this goal, first-class WiFi networks in public areas of all hotel establishments should be provided to guests as soon as...

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The 5G deployment in Europe in 2020

The European commission is working on a new project that aims to offer free Wi-Fi to citizens in the bigger European citie, by 2020. The project consists of two parts: one, the creation (installation/deployment) of free Wi-Fi hotspots throughout Europe and two, the...

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Free Wi-Fi access for schools in the Philippines

Senators in the Philippines are actively involved in the Internet-for-all project, in order to provide public areas, such as schools and universities, with free Wi-Fi access. Currently, more than 43%   of the Filipino population browse the Internet, and...

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The end of the roaming in 2017?

On September 5th,2016, the European Commission issued a new European regulation about roaming prices within Europe. The regulation aims to put an end to high roaming prices from mobile carriers. European Commission wants to stop the roaming system in Europe, which...

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European Commission wants free Wifi for Europeans in 2020

The European commission is working on a new project that aims to offer free Wi-Fi for citizens in the bigger European cities by 2020.  This project is made of two parts: one, the creation of free Wi-Fi hotspots all around Europe and two, the propagation of the...

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Apple leaves the routers manufacturing sector

Bloomberg reported that Apple’s wireless router division was disbanded and that might mean the end of Apple router production. Bloomberg, the American finance group, reported that Apple might stop its commercialization of routers as the engineering team that was...

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UK Soldiers’ porn browsing history could be made public

British high-rank officers have threatened to release the porn browsing history of soldiers who are currently using Wi-Fi to access blocked sites. Furthermore, this penalty may now also apply to regular users misusing public Wi-Fi. Soldiers at the Royal School of...

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The best certifications for Wifi Professionals

In a previous article, we made a list of the best courses about Wifi networking you could attend to improve your knowledges. Today, find out more information about the best Wifi certifications for professionals, a good way for you to demonstrate your skills in Wifi...

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OpenSignal’s 2016 global state of mobile networks

  OpenSignal, a company providing insights about the coverage of mobile networks worldwide, recently released a report that uses graphs to highlight some of the main metrics used when speaking about the global state of mobile networks. For approximately a 3-month...

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Wi-Fi issues: perceptions vs reality

A survey conducted by ZK Research revealed that Wi-Fi issues are mostly based on users’ false perceptions. Nowadays, a high-quality and secure wireless connection is a must-have, specially considering many devices today function via or with Wi-Fi and require a...

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WhatsApp data sharing raises concerns in Germany

WhatsApp data sharing with Facebook is currently breaching Germany’s data protection law. For this reason, WhatsApp is now being targeted by Germany’s privacy watchdogs. Last September Johannes Caspar, the Hamburg Commissioner for Data Protection and...

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The main changes when switching from on-premise to SaaS

Nowadays with the cloud revolution, you will have the choice whether to buy a Software as a service (SaaS) or an on-premise software. SaaS is slowly becoming more and more common thanks to its “easier to manage” side.  If you did not do the jump yet,...

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Top 10 Webinars About Wi-Fi

With these webinars, you can find out more about the Wi-Fi industry, its latest trends, innovations, Wi-Fi cloud management, high-capacity network design and much more. Here is Tanaza’s list of 10 worthwhile webinars about Wi-Fi: How to design high capacity...

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Alternatives for ‘hard-to-find’ indoor access points

Tanaza currently supports a wide range of access points, both for indoor and outdoor deployments. Here is a list of particularly hard to find INDOOR ACCESS POINTS and their potential substitutes based on similar technical specifications: (All the INDOOR APs mentioned...

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Alternatives for ‘hard-to-find’ outdoor access points

Tanaza currently supports a wide range of access points, both for indoor and outdoor deployments. Here is a list of particularly hard to find OUTDOOR ACCESS POINTS and a list of alternative APs based on the same or similar technical specifications: (All the OUTDOOR...

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How to censor porn on public Wi-Fi

The development of free public Wi-Fi  is increasing worldwide, but an unintended consequence is spreading as well: some case studies show that the majority of users in India and the US watch porn while being connected. Public Wi-Fi is quickly developing and a larger...

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Cloud-based applications improve Wi-Fi network management

 A network management software is a program that discovers, provisions, monitors and maintains computer networks. Computer Networks can be very complex but, thanks to a network management software, this complexity becomes manageable. A network management...

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The groundbreaking new wifi technology – MegaMIMO 2.0

Thanks to a new wifi technology – MegaMIMO 2.0, a team at the Computer Science and the Artificial Intelligence Lab (CSAIL) managed to triple Wi-Fi speeds and double signal range at high-density venues. Researchers at MIT have solved the issue of network...

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Top free online courses about Wi-Fi networking

Free online courses are a good way to complete your knowledge or maybe, to learn the basics about Wi-Fi Networking. Free online courses are available from a variety of reputable organizations and experienced professionals, so there is no reason not to enjoy the...

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The tools you need as a Wi-Fi solution provider

As a Wi-Fi solution provider, you need multiple tools to manage in the best way your Wi-Fi networks, the accounts of your customers, the data collected from the Wi-Fi users and the possible troubleshoots.You can find below a list of tools that you should have to...

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Linksys EA9500 Max-stream™ AC5400 Wi-Fi router

Max-stream AC5400 is a tri-band home office and entertainment Wi-Fi router providing a fast and secure internet connection for users. Linksys’s Max-stream AC5400 is an incredibly powerful router for your always-online household. The router is equipped with the latest...

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5 good reasons to choose Tanaza

Find out 5 good reasons to choose Tanaza to manage your Wi-Fi networks. Tanaza is a cloud based software to manage easily and remotely all your Wi-Fi networks. Multi-vendor, Tanaza allows you to manage all your networks from one place at any time of the day.  ...

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Getting to know your Wi-Fi clients!

The first step to learning more about your customers is understanding the activities of your clients while at your location using your Wi-Fi connection. Thanks to Wi-Fi enabled services, businesses can now collect extensive customer data. While some analytics...

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Emotions tracking through Wi-Fi

An international group of researchers at the MIT’s CSAIL lab (Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab) has recently built a system that tracks emotions using Wi-Fi.  This system is called EQ-Radio (Emotion Recognition using Wireless Signals)...

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Splash Page Configuration: Wi-Fi for retail

One of the greatest things about public Wi-Fi is that by properly configuring your splash page you can collect user information, show ads and deliver email marketing campaigns to your target users. Software like Tanaza make connecting to its Wi-Fi network super...

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7 blog posts about Wi-Fi you should read!

2016 has been a innovative year for the Wireless industry, and this is only the beginning as the market is expected to thrive and the investment in Wi-Fi equipment is likely to triple by 2017.  Tanaza has selected 7 blog posts about Wi-Fi that illustrate how the...

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Network Configuration: Wi-Fi for retail

To deploy a successful public wi-fi network in the retail industry, it is as simple as configuring your deployment to best fit your network’s designated area. Below is a short list of WLAN and AP configurations tips that may help your retail deployment run smoothly...

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Home Wi-Fi routers double as a public hotspot

A recent report announces that 1 out of every 3 home Wi-Fi routers will be used also as a public hotspot by 2017. Turning home routers into public hotspots is the new trend in the telecommunication market. Operators start using their clients’ personal home...

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TOP 30 influencers in the Wi-Fi industry

Here is Tanaza’s list of the top influencers in the Wi-Fi industry, those you should follow if you want to find out about the last trends, innovations, forecasts in the industry. CEOs, founders, journalists, marketing specialists, freelancers…...

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Setting the price of White Label Wi-Fi solutions

Prices vary largely depending on your geographical area, target users, and positioning. However, there are a couple of pricing strategies that you can consider while setting the price for your Wi-Fi solutions: 1) Price-Quality Signaling strategy 2) Unique Product...

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Free public Wi-Fi on Champs-Elysées

The Champs-Elysées Committee, in partnership with JCDecaux’s outdoor advertising, launched free public Wi-Fi all along the famous Parisian avenue, Champs-Elysées.  The Champs-Elysées Committee, an association which takes care of preserving Champs-Elysées,...

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The world’s largest Wi-Fi project will be in Delhi, India

The AAP political party in India promises to bridge the digital divide in Delhi by making it a Wi-Fi City. A good chunk of Delhi’s youth can’t wait to see this project become a reality. Delhi is moving forward in its transition into a Smart metropolis by...

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Network Configuration: Wi-Fi in schools and universities

Nowadays, the internet offers a lot of possibilities, and deploying a Wi-Fi network in schools and universities can improve the way students learn and changed the way teachers communicate. Setting up a Wi-Fi network in schools and universities is often a big...

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Cut your operating costs with remote wifi management

The wifi market is a low-risk market, and its value continues to increase every year thanks to the increasing need for public wifi worldwide. Unfortunately, due to the high costs related to managing networks, SMBs in the wifi industry are often excluded from...

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Internet users in Spain: How often are they online?

During their free time, 2 out of 5 internet users in Spain spend more than 3 hours per day online. According to a study by Nominalia, 2 of every 5 internet users in Spain spend more than 3 hours per day on the Internet during their leisure time and for non...

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How to update your Airport Express

A vulnerability in Apple’s Airport Express Base Station could facilitate hackers taking control of your network. So if you have yet to update your firmware, we recommend you do so in order to prevent any risk of intrusion. Apple announced a security...

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Is the Internet of Things risky?

Internet of Things is one the biggest innovations of the IT industry but the connection between sensors and WLAN is subject to some security risks. Internet of Things (IoT) is everywhere, a lot of objects are now connected to the internet via Wi-Fi: watches, house’s...

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Cloud-based software will be the primary choice by 2020

According to researchers at Gartner, Cloud-based software will be the primary choice deployment model by 2020. Gartner’s research vice president Jeffrey Mann announced that Cloud-based software would soon be the most spread default option for software deployments and...

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Power your indoor and outdoor wifi devices with Tanaza

This Tanaza Powered Devices infographic can help YOU choose the best access point for your deployments. The chart below provides information about wi-fi devices commonly used in public networks, the details include name, model, brand, price range,...

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The positive impact of WiFi at schools

Wi-Fi has a positive impact on learning. Students and teachers are increasingly using wifi-enabled devices for educational purposes. Nowadays, the way students learn is way different from how students used to learn years ago. This generation of students is a digital...

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Devolo’s dLAN 500 duo adapter

Devolo’s dLAN 500 duo is an intelligent, secure hardware bringing internet to homes via the household electrical wiring. Devolo’s dLAN 500 duo is a powerline device that provides a quick, stable, and secure internet connection for home networks. Data is...

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Cabify offers free high-speed Wi-Fi

Cabify, the private car service app available in Europe and South America is now upping its game by offering a free high-speed Wi-Fi connection to its passengers. Cabify, the latest private car service application that enables customers to search or book...

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CarFi: a lighter and a mobile hotspot

CarFi, a mobile hotspot made specifically for cars designed by Huawei, might be the only accessory you need in your car. A cigarette lighter for your car is now more than just a lighter. Huawei introduced a gadget called CarFi that transforms cars into Wi-Fi hotspots....

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McDonald’s censors its public Wi-Fi networks

Thanks to Enough Is Enough, the anti-porn advocacy group, McDonald’s has started blocking public Wi-Fi networks to keep users from accessing pornographic websites Since 2014, anti-porn advocacy group Enough Is Enough has been campaigning McDonald’s to censor its...

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Designing a WLAN according to your project

Designing a WLAN is far from easy, especially due to the many issues that you could run into when deploying it. Nowadays, Wi-Fi is really easy to access and people expect to be connected and interconnected to each other, without any limits. Enterprises’ demands for...

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Quick guide: 7 tips on how to position your router

When adding access points to your new or existing deployment, it is crucial to position your access point in the perfect spot. The location of your AP is always where you Wi-Fi signal is the strongest and the further you get from the router the weaker the...

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Ruckus introduces two new wireless access points

Ruckus, pioneer in the wireless sector, launched two new wireless access points that double Wi-Fi performances, in June 2016. Ruckus Wireless, the American company specialized in carrier-class Wi-Fi products and technologies, launched two new APs: Ruckus ZoneFlex T710...

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Germany plans to ease its restrictive Wi-Fi rules

This fall, any changes planned by the German government regarding the “Störerhaftung” law could ease the restrictive Wi-Fi rules enforced throughout the nation. According to the Wi-Fi growth map, the top 3 connected countries in the world are France,...

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How to create new networks by recycling old hardware

At Tanaza, we strongly believe in giving your old hardware the opportunity to be useful, even after it has become obsolete. In this throw-away society, technologies and systems quickly become obsolete. Although some systems are not always...

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Icelandair is now offering in-flight Wi-Fi

Several months ago Icelandair, the first fleet-wide transatlantic airline, enabled in-flight Wi-Fi. Icelandair is now among the 55 airlines that offer a Wi-Fi connection onboard. This airline connects passengers to the internet from the moment they step on the...

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German churches offer free Wi-Fi via “Godspots”

The majority of protestant churches in eastern Germany will be getting access to the free Wi-Fi via hotspots called “Godspots”, by next year. In honor of the 500th anniversary of German theologist Martin Luther’s Reformation, the Berlin-Brandenburg-Silesian...

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400% YoY growth in Wi-Fi Indoor Analytics Installations

Wi-Fi location technology installation grew by 400% YoY in 2015 within the retail market. The spur of the 400% growth in the Wi-Fi indoor analytics installations in 2015 within the retail market was mostly thanks to the new pricing models offered by wireless...

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Digitally inclusive communities in US libraries

The American Library Association (ALA ) hosted a summit to explore the ways in which libraries are building digitally inclusive communities to support citizens’ digital empowerment. The American Library Association (ALA) conducted a survey to find out how...

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EnGenius ENH500 –  2.4/5GHz Outdoor Access Point

The EnGenius ENH500 router is an outdoor access point that can work as access point, client bridge, WDS Bridge and client router, or WDS access point. The ENH500, when used in pairs, enables you to create a wireless building to building bridge. This outdoor...

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The growth of public Wi-Fi in Russia

In Russian cities, most places offer a public Wi-Fi connection. Still, there is a long way to go before a wireless connection can be provided throughout the entire country. Russia offers public Wi-Fi to citizens and visitors in the majority of public spaces,...

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High-speed Wi-Fi for 1.5 million Indians

1.5 million Indians are now enjoying high-speed Wi-Fi at 19 railway stations throughout India. Some time ago, Google, in collaboration with Railtel, announced the launch of “the largest public Wi-Fi project in the world”, a high-speed Wi-Fi network covering more...

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Make a difference: offer Tanaza wifi in the retail sector

The retail sector has been an early adopter of Wi-Fi technology. Tanaza helps retailers in their transition to discover how Wi-Fi can bring them new clients and enhance existing relationship with them. At Tanaza, we know how difficult it can be to convince customers...

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US cellular is now added to Google’s Project Fi

In June 2016, Google announced that US Cellular was now among the top mobile carriers used by Project FI. US cellular, the fifth-largest wireless telecommunications carrier in the United States, is now part of Google’s Project Fi, a program that aims...

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TP-Link unveils the Talon AD7200 router

At the Consumer Electronics Show 2016 in Las Vegas, TP-Link unveiled its Talon AD7200 Multi-Band Wi-Fi router that leverages the 802.11ad technology. The Talon AD7200 router might become a highly interesting product for MSPs as it is the latest breakthrough in...

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Here’s why you need a social Wi-Fi hotspot…

Because we are the data consumption generation, no amount of mobile data ever seems to be enough to satisfy our constant need to browse, send and download information on our personal devices. We are constantly running out of mobile data… In today’s world, being...

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Dual polarity antennas for improved Wi-Fi connection

Nowadays, dual polarity antennas are proving useful for managed service providers, who wish to deploy APs in high-density locations. When Internet users connect to a Wi-Fi network in high-density locations they expect to find high-performing...

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Update on Ruckus Wireless acquisition by Brocade

In a previous article, we spoke about the $1.2 deal struck by Brocade to acquire Ruckus Wireless. To date, this deal continues to be one of the largest acquisitions in the recent years and is expected to close by the end of this month. Thanks to this acquisition,...

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What Brexit means for mobile roaming fees and tourism

UK citizens voted yesterday to leave the EU by 52% to 48%. Major economic analysts are evaluating the consequences that this move on the EU’s and UK’s economies, and it seems that the “Brexit” will have important consequences, in the next...

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How to improve your Wi-Fi connection (Part Two)

In a previous blog post, titled ‘How to improve your Wi-Fi connection (Part one)’, we spoke about the top 3 most common problems causing Wi-Fi performance problems and its respective solutions. Below is a follow-up list of potential obstacles and/or quick and simple...

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BYON: Create your own personal mobile network

Bring Your Own Network (BYON) is one of the latest trends among enterprise employees that consists of connecting devices to a personal mobile network. Although this practice can be beneficial for employees, companies must be wary of its potential security...

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Linksys will not block devices from 3rd party firmware

In the US, The FCC‘s new requirement about radio frequencies was implemented on June 2nd. Linksys said, that they will not protect their devices from flashing with 3rd party firmware. The FCCis an independent agency of the US-government that regulates interstate...

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VoCore: a coin-sized Linux mini computer with wifi

More than one year and a half after its commercialization in October 2014, the VoCore Linux mini computer with wifi still impresses robotic fans and tinkerers with all its features. For those who don’t know, Linux is a free operating system, which means it is a...

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Gogo will provide in-flight Wi-Fi to an airline company

Chicago-based Wi-Fi service provider, Gogo Inc. received a proposal from a “major” airline to provide in-flight Wi-Fi on the airline’s domestic fleet within the US. Gogo Inc. is partnering up with an unnamed airline to provide solid Wi-Fi coverage on its domestic...

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Comcast deploys free public hotspots for the Papal visit 2015

Comcast, the first American cable operator company, was chosen to deploy free public hotspots during Pope Francis’ visit to Philadelphia. Pope Francis attended the World Meeting of Families (WMF) held on September 26th and 27th 2015. For this very special occasion,...

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How to improve your Wi-Fi connection (Part one)

There are many ways to improve your Wi-Fi connection First and foremost, it is fundamental to take into consideration that the strength of a Wi-Fi signal can depend on many factors; the quality of the router, the speed of the connection, the number of SSIDs, the...

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How fast hotel Wi-Fi keeps visitors coming back

Hoteliers are now offering fast hotel Wi-Fi along with personalized services to improve their guests’ overall satisfaction. Nowadays, hotel guests have great expectations of hotel services. A warm welcome and a hospitable staff are not enough to provide a...

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Public Wi-Fi: digital services for interactive venues

With the objective to build the world’s most connected indoor sports and entertainment venue, NBA’s Sacramento Kings team will offer digital services through public Wi-Fi to fans in the Golden 1 Center arena in California. Sacramento Kings, an American...

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Why Brazil is deploying public wireless networks

Public wireless networks are becoming an increasingly common and a much-needed amenity in Brazil, especially in larger cities like Sao Paulo. As the fifth largest nation in the world, Brazil is classified as a developing country and ranks as the 8th economy of the...

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Barcelona becomes the capital smart city in Europe

Barcelona transforms into a smart city by introducing smart digital services that integrate new technologies and upgrade some of the city’s existing services and resources. Barcelona is becoming a sustainable, tech-driven and self-sufficient city by...

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Verizon Wireless embraces IOT

Verizon Wireless bets on the new “Internet of Things” (IoT) trend and is already working on diverse projects to further develop smart connected devices that will be benefit consumers, companies and the environment. The Internet of Things (IoT) is a system of...

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To all our fellow Wi-Fi geeks…

Tanaza would like to wish you all the best on this special day!     Cloud-based Wi-Fi management startups, like Tanaza, provide a responsive and easy-to-use solution to manage your multi-vendor social hotspots from the cloud...

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Dubai Plan 2021: Dubai’s smart city strategy

Dubai’s official government introduced the “Dubai Plan 2021” that aims to transform the city into a leading global smart city over the next few years. Dubai’s government introduced a plan to make the city “smart” using innovative technology, digital tools and...

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The Capacity Planner tool for network administrators

As a result of the increasing demand for Wi-Fi, Revolution Wi-Fi provides the Capacity Planner tool for network administrators to successfully determine the best design for their network. Since Wi-Fi can be an incredibly complex technology, having the right tool...

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Australia introduces “Commonwealth’s Smart Cities Plan”

On April 29th, 2016, Australian Prime Minister, Malcolm Turnbull unveiled the “Commonwealth’s Smart Cities Plan” at the smart cities summit. According to Australian PM Malcolm Turnbull, in order to succeed in the 21st Century economy, Australian cities must be...

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Get Wi-Fi on Singapore’s buses

Singapore keeps on developing its smart city: M1 and Infocomm Development Authority (IDA) are now providing Wi-Fi to commuters on buses in Singapore. M1 and Infocomm Development Authority (IDA), two companies working in the Singapore’s Telecom sector, have...

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India tranforms its cities into smart cities

The Indian government launched the smart cities mission to create smart and sustainable cities across the country. The government of India launched the Smart Cities Initiative, a mission that aims to transform 100 Indian cities into modern, citizen-friendly,...

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Singapore – the first smart nation in the world

In 2014, The government of Singapore launched one of the largest smart cities initiatives to make the entire country “smart”. Smart Nation is Singapore’s smart cities initiative established in 2014. It was designed to give rise to a smart and...

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The positive impact of Wi-Fi technology on restaurants

In 2015, NCR Restaurant Technology Pulse conducted a survey that revealed that Wi-Fi technology is fundamental to 74% of restaurants. NCR, a consumer transaction company headquartered in Georgia, USA, conducted a survey of more than 150 restaurant owners and managers...

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The evolution of the WLAN market in 2015

The combined consumer and enterprise worldwide wireless local area network (WLAN) market saw a big growth in 2015, and based on their increased market shares and market revenues, 5 companies stood out. According to results published by the International Data...

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Advantages of SaaS for your Wi-Fi business

With Software as a service (SaaS), as long as you have an Internet connection, you will be able to manage your Wi-Fi network no matter where you are in the world – anytime, anywhere on a wide range of devices. Cloud-based Wi-Fi...

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Google sells OnHub Wi-Fi routers to ISPs

In 2015, Google created and launched its very own Wi-Fi router – OnHub, and now promotes its router to Internet service providers. The Wi-Fi now event, that took place this April in Washington D.C., brought together Wi-Fi industry players from all over the...

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Useful tips for protecting your Wi-Fi network security

Protecting Wi-Fi Network Security is very important nowadays, as many hackers are gathering personal data illegally for fraudulent purposes. Below we provide you with a few useful tips for protecting your Wi-Fi network security: Change the default login Routers come...

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Free Wi-Fi lounge on top of Cape Town’s iconic mountain

On April 14th, the Table Mountain Aerial Cableway Company launched a brand new free WiFi lounge on Cape Town’s iconic mountain. A free Wi-Fi connection is now available 1000m above the Atlantic Ocean level, on Cape Town’s iconic mountain, where visitors get connected...

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Free Wi-Fi access in the TGV trains in 2017

The French public railway company, SNCF, chose the French internet operator, Orange, to provide a free Wi-Fi connection on high-speed trains (TGV). The Wi-Fi service should be available in early 2017 in more than 300 selected trains. Guillaume Pépy, director of the...

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Japan’s emergency free public Wi-Fi hotspots

After the 2011 earthquakes in Tōhoku, Japanese Telecom carriers decided to provide free public Wi-Fi hotspots to make communication easier in the affected areas. As a result of the powerful earthquake that hit Japan in 2011, media organizations and mobile phone...

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Cisco’s AP Fibre Net broadband connectivity project

Cisco and the government of Andhra Pradesh will work together on the AP Fibre Net project aimed to provide broadband connectivity to Indian households statewide. Cisco is working together with the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh to design and implement the AP Fibre Net...

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How to find out who is stealing your Wi-Fi

Tanaza’s quick and easy how-to guide to help you find out who is stealing your Wi-Fi connection. Problem: You don’t know if someone could be stealing your Wi-Fi You live in a big complex and are surrounded by neighbors who may want to piggyback your fast Wi-Fi...

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The Eero Wi-Fi system tech specs review

Getting good internet at home can be so hard, especially when you consider that the average home connection faces all sorts of obstacles. To solve this dilemma, Home Wi-Fi systems like the Eero Wi-Fi system come into play. Two years ago, the Eero Wi-Fi system was...

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Seattle introduces an initiative to provide Internet access

Seattle introduces a Digital Equity Initiative to provide Internet access to its citizens. The Digital Equity Initiative was launched in response to the Seattle’s Quadrennial Technology Indicators Report released in 2014. The Initiative intends to provide Internet...

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Ubiquiti APs used for free Wi-Fi at Idomeni refugee camp

In September 2015, Ilias Papadopoulos brought a free Wi-Fi connection to a refugee camp in Idomeni, Greece using Ubiquiti APs. Ilias Papadopoulos, an electrical engineer from Greece, first arrived at the refugee camp in August 2015 to research how he could help the...

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Wi-Fi tracking positively impacts pedestrian behavior

Wireless networks are gathering data regarding pedestrian behavior through Wi-Fi tracking.  Walking in public spaces means passing through numerous wireless networks being accessed by Wi-Fi enabled devices. Even when Wi-Fi enabled devices are not connected...

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802.11ax: The next Wi-Fi standard

The upcoming Wi-Fi standard upgrade 802.11ax will deliver a faster performance speed in high-density deployment in comparison to precedent standards. Each Wi-Fi standard includes identifying properties, specific to each upgrade, such as maximum range,...

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Google Wi-Fi expands Internet access in Cuba

During his historic visit to the island nation, U.S. President Barack Obama introduced Google Wi-Fi and broadband access to the Cubans to foster the connectivity throughout the country. During the meeting between U.S. president Barack Obama and Cuba’s President...

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Free Wi-Fi access increases up to 95% in Australian hotels

Tourism Accommodation Australia (TAA) conducted a survey of over 300 hotels and serviced accommodations in the continent, to find out how many offer free Wi-Fi access at their location. The Tourism Accommodation Australia or TAA, an organization that represents...

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Cloud-based applications improve Wi-Fi network management

The deployment and remote management of Wi-Fi networks have now become effortless tasks, thanks to the increase of cloud-based applications in the recent years. In the past, all configurations and updates of a Wi-Fi network had to be done on-site, and keeping tabs on...

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Update on LinkNYC’s free public Wi-Fi

LinkNYC, the latest initiative for public Wi-Fi Hotspots in New York City, is currently raising privacy concerns among its users. Although a free public Wi-Fi connection in the streets of New York City may seem like a great perk, according to New York Civil...

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Where to find the world’s Wi-Fi networks

According to the data submitted by wireless users, the demand for connectivity has resulted in the growth of Wi-Fi hotspots throughout the world, especially in the United States. Nowadays, there is a high demand for wireless network across the world and based on user...

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Brocade strikes $1.2 Billion deal to buy Ruckus Wireless

A new important move in the network equipment industry: Brocade Communications System Inc. strikes $1.2 Billion Deal to buy Ruckus Wireless. This is one of the largest tech acquisitions in recent years. Ruckus sells cloud-based and on-premise Wi-Fi solutions to...

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DePaul University’s infamous Wi-Fi connection

Whether students access the Wi-Fi network for social purposes or academic purposes, a stable Wi-Fi connection at educational institutions is a service that most students rely on.  DePaul University – College of Law (http://bit.ly/1KI6yy2) A stable...

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Free high-quality Wi-Fi in UK’s high street brands

High-quality Wi-Fi has now become a mainstream service in many UK high street brands. As a result of a research study released by Devicescape on November of last year titled “Making Connections: Wi-Fi on the UK High Street”, a list of the top...

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Telstra’s free public Wi-Fi hotspot network in Tasmania

The joint partnership formed recently by Telstra and the Tasmanian Government provides free public Wi-Fi to the masses in popular and frequently visited sites in Tasmania, Australia. In order to enlarge the Telstra Air network in Australia, a partnership has been...

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Vulnerabilities in Netgear and D-Link wireless hardware

Thanks to FIRMADYNE, an open-source framework that runs security tests on embedded firmware, researchers have found new and existing vulnerabilities in Netgear and D-Link wireless hardware. Netgear WN604 FIRMADYNE is an open-source framework created by...

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10TB of data consumed in Wi-Fi by the Superbowl fans

From the much awaited game time to the popular halftime show, the Super Bowl is an American major-league football event happening every year. During this year’s Super Bowl, Wi-Fi users consumed a record-breaking 10TB of data. For those IT professionals lucky enough to...

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Using Syslog Server with Tanaza powered APs

The Tanaza Cloud Management Dashboard enables the use of a remote Syslog server feature; a functional tool which provides the capability of analysing access point events. A remote syslog can handle millions of messages an hour and collects log messages from multiple...

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Deploy a high-speed WLAN connection, like a Pro

In order to deploy a successful WLAN connection, a site survey must be performed to understand the characteristics of the environment in which you wish to deploy your network. This blog post will provide you with a list of guidelines to follow to steadily perform a...

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Tanaza supports the SAVE WIFI campaign

In October and November 2015 we wrote about the FCC proposal, which required manufacturers to lock down routers to prevent modifications, and the consequent debate on the web. During the FCC comment period, the SAVE WIFI coalition was created by...

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The White House ‘Wi-Fi dead spots’ dilemma

Though the White House may be one of the most coveted spots to live in Washington D.C, for its importance, size and many amenities, the unavailability of a good connection as a result of ‘Wi-Fi dead spots’ is a major letdown, and the...

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Tanaza’s 5 predictions for the IT industry in 2016

Here are few of Tanaza’s 2016 predictions on the development of the information technology industry. 1) A Wi-Fi connection no matter where you gohttp://www.wi-fi.org/news-events/newsroom/wi-fi-alliance-publishes-6-for-16-wi-fi-predictions Having daily access to...

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The brand new Linksys MU-MIMO Wi-Fi line-up

Linksys announces the expansion of its MU-MIMO (Multi-User, Multiple-Input, Multiple Output) line up fot home networking solutions portfolio, with the new MAX-STREAM MU-MIMO routers. According to Justin Doucette, Director of product management, the line-up offers...

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Access Point, Repeater and Extender

Some of you want to know if Tanaza supports repeaters and extenders and if the access points can be used in the repeater mode. We would like to give you an objective overview about using APs in repeater mode, repeaters and extenders within your networks. Let’s...

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The potential of Facebook’s ‘2G Tuesdays’ initiative

With the purpose of better understanding its users in emerging markets, Facebook launched ‘2G Tuesdays’ as part of an internal program for its employees.The goal of this opt-in initiative is to push the team to think outside the box when developing apps and services...

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Fast Internet access for NYC’s Wi-Fi hungry consumers

As New York is continuing to find new ways to stay up to date with the Wi-Fi frenzy that is upon us, the city’s fast-paced environment is the perfect place to put to test the latest initiative on public Wi-Fi hotspots, LinkNYC. Starting January, four-gigabit...

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Lithuania dominates public Wi-Fi in 2015

According to a survey published by Rotten Wi-Fi in early December, Lithuania comes in first place as the country providing the best public Wi-Fi hotspot service. Out of the 184 nations that the report focused on to establish the top 20 countries for public WiFi...

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4 tips to speed up the Wi-Fi at your store

Wi-Fi is an essential new tool for retailers and other small and medium business. In this blog post Tanaza provides you with 4 suggestions on how to speed up the Wi-Fi connection in your store.  Because a fast and reliable WiFi connection = happy...

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France will NOT ban public Wi-Fi

To prevent further acts of terrorism against France, French officials allegedly planned on implementing new laws to monitor and limit public internet access.   Source: http://bit.ly/1Js2KL6 Following the many attacks against France in the past...

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Popular devices used when accessing Wireless Internet

Whether it is to access Wi-Fi at home or a paid Wi-Fi network, it has been reported that most users have no preference with regards to the personal devices they use to connect to any wireless network.   According to a statistic by Statista, as of June 2015, most...

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Demand for in-store Wi-Fi in the retail sector

As a result of the rapid growth of Wi-Fi in all business sectors, the demand for in-store Wi-Fi hotspots is steadily being embraced by retailers. Public Wi-Fi has become increasingly popular and is now an expected service throughout most of the retail sector. To...

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The digital divide based on the 2015 Global IDI

According to the global ICT development index (IDI) of 167 nations, between 2010 and 2015, over 40 percent of the world’s population have gained access to some form of Internet, in spite of the digital divide worldwide.  The ICT development Index...

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Point-to-point wireless bridge with Ubiquiti Nanostation

If the access points in your network are not close together, you have various options to bring Internet to each device: 1) cabling each devices, you create a wired network (best option) 2) create a mesh network using devices that support the mesh option 3) create a...

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TP-Link supports Freifunk initiative for WLAN coverage

TP-links donates 1,045 WLAN routers to support the Freifunk initiative to provide Wi-Fi coverage at refugee centres in Germany. Freifunk, an on-commercial open Grassroots initiative striving to provide WLAN coverage at refugee shelters across Germany, is...

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Mailchimp connector: WiFi-based Email Marketing

We’re happy to announce that Tanaza will release soonthe Mailchimp Connector, a super-powerful tool for WiFi-based email marketing and automation.   The Mailchimp Connector, available for users with all-in-one plans, allows you to add automatically any new...

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Buffalo AirStation™ N600 Dual-Band Wireless Router

Buffalo Americas, leading provider of network-attached storage (NAS) and networking solutions, released the Buffalo AirStation™ N600 Dual Band Wireless Router in 2013. The Buffalo AirStation WHR-600D router is a fast wireless router, ideal for a high-speed...

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Search FYI: the upgrade for personalized Facebook search

Thanks to Facebook and its increasing popularity as a social platform, Search FYI was created to make search easy and unique to the user, keep them updated on important topics and encourage them to join public discussions. With over 2 trillion posts in its index,...

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Vulnerability of Netgear firmware used in multiple routers

Netgear firmware is currently being exploited due to its vulnerability. The company’s firmware was compromised when hackers got direct access to the administration interface of its routers. Netgear firmware is currently in a predicament as more than 10,000 of...

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Cubans find creative ways to pilfer state-owned Wi-Fi access

During the past three months, access to the Internet has expanded in Cuba through the 35 new Wi-Fi hotspots set up by a state-owned telecommunication company, Etecsa. However, due an overused, inconsistent Internet service and a large consumer demand for a connection,...

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Internet connectivity in India made easy

Narendra Modi, the prime minister of India, together with Satya Nadella, Microsft CEO, and Sundar Pichai, Google CEO, present the Digital India programme that will help solve the current digital divide and will lead to transformative results globally, especially for...

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What’s Wi-Fi Aware for proximity-based services

The Wi-Fi Alliance created a new technology certification program, called the Wi-Fi Aware, for proximity-based services. The WiFi Aware is a new mechanism, conceived to discover devices and services within Wi-Fi range before making a Wi-Fi connection, even without GPS...

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Montreal becomes smart through free public Wi-Fi hotspots

The city of Montral allocated a $23 million budget to become a smart city by the end of 2017. The project consists of 6 parts: 1) Deployment of public Wi-Fi – deployment of 14 public Wi-Fi hotspots for free Internet in the central areas of the city and in the...

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Control of Facebook News Feed and Audience building strategy

Facebook announced on 9th July a new control panel for the Facebook News Feed. Basically, Facebook wants to personalize the stream, showing what matters most to the users. With the new control panel, you can choose the people and pages that you see at the top of your...

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Cisco acquires the security company OPENDNS for $635 million

On 30th June, the networking giant Cisco announced an agreement to acquire OpenDNS for $635 million. OpenDNS has a strong security expertise and provides Umbrella, a cloud-based security platform to avoid phishing attacks, botnets and malware at the DNS layer. Cisco...

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On-premises software vs SaaS (software-as-a-service)

WHAT ON-PREMISES SOFTWARE IS On-premises software is a software that is installed and runs on computers in the location of the person / company using the software. This is the traditional software installation in a business environment.   WHAT OFF-PREMISES...

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Free Wi-Fi network on Mount Fuji, Japan

The Prefectures of Shizuoka and Yamanashi, in Japan, announced today that a free Wi-Fi network will be available from July 10th on the famous Mount Fuji, the UNESCO’s world cultural heritage site. The Mount is climbed every summer by many overseas visitors...

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Privacy Settings for Facebook Check-ins and Posts

There are several phases in which the user selects his Facebook privacy settings:   Privacy settings for the whole Facebook account From the general privacy settings, the user chooses who can see what he shares (check-ins, posts, etc.). This permission...

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Fortinet Announces Agreement to Acquire Meru Networks

Fortinet and Meru Networks today announced a definitive agreement for Fortinet to acquire Meru. The acquisition is synergistic with Fortinet’s secure wireless vision and enterprise growth focus, broadens the company’s solutions portfolio, and expands its opportunity...

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KFC focusing less on chicken and more on free wifi

The KFC restaurants in China have radically changed in the last year. And they recovered from a difficult situation by focusing more on Wi-Fi than on chicken.  After the epidemic bird flu and the antibiotic-tainted poultry scandal, that caused a 4% down in sales...

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2015 is the year of free hotel Wi-Fi

In-room free Wi-Fi is a very important factor in choosing a hotel, today. Even if the cost to provide Internet has dropped dramatically, many hotels worldwide (in particular big hotel chains) are still charging users for Wi-Fi and give it for free only to some users....

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ASUS AC51U, 802.11ac dual-band wireless router

The TR-AC51U by Asus is a dual-band wireless router. It is a 5th generation Wi-Fi (802.11ac) dual-band wireless router with speed up to 733Mbps (300 Mbps on the 2,4 GHz band and 433 Mbps on 5 GHz). The 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz concurrent band work simultaneously. Two...

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9th April: today is the IoT day!

Today is the 2015 IoT day! The Internet of Things community invites you to celebrate. Many events will take place today: the time is now to start the conversation on the technologies, security, data privacy, and enormous potential that an “Internet of...

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Outdoor WiFi in Casablanca to attract tourists

The city of Casablanca signed a partnership agreement with three national carriers (Maroc Télécom, Meditel, Inwi) to offer outdoor WiFi in various public locations in Casablanca. The city wants to reinforce its infrastructural offer and to make public places more...

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How to distribute discount coupons in a mall through WiFi

BEST PRACTICE How to distribute discount coupons in a mall, through the WiFi captive portal   If you are a marketing agency with a focus on the retail sector, or if you are a solution provider willing to add WiFi-based marketing services to your product...

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Soon to be released: the new WiFi splash page editor

  We are happy to announce that the new SPLASH PAGE EDITOR is coming soon! The new editor allows you to create a new responsive authentication page in seconds.   Background Upload your background image or set the background color. If you want, you can...

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How to calculate your Wi-Fi bandwidth need

First, calculate how many devices will connect to the Wi-Fi at the same time. If a hotel has 18 rooms, for 2 people each, the hotel has 36 guests if it’s full-booked. If each guest has 1.2 devices, you have around 43 devices in total.

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Deliberant APC product line becomes Ligowave APC

  Deliberant and Ligowave merge. The companies will continue to operate under the Ligowave brand. The new Ligowave website combines PTP & PTMP products, LinkCalc, tools and support.  The former Deliberant APC product line will be the APC series...

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Mikrotik RB951Ui-2HnD: easy flashing and social hotspots

Mikrotik RB951Ui-2HnD is a wireless access point for SMBs with a new generation Atheros and a good processing power. It has five Ethernet ports, PoE output function on port #5, and a high power 2.4GHz built-in antenna. The complete datasheet for RB951Ui-2HnD is...

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WiFi like at home in the Italian postal offices

Free WiFi is already available in 23 postal offices in Italy, under the PosteWiFi brand. The plan is to deploy 900 public hotspots in the italian postal offices by the end of 2015.  Poste Italiane, the company that manages the postal service in Italy, declares on...

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The BYOD challenge

THE BYOD CHALLENGE As a network administrator, you struggle to manage the access of personal mobile devices to your corporate Wi-Fi network. People want to use the same device for business and personal purposes, and you can improve the employee satisfaction by...

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iOS8 and location-tracking of the MAC address

When your phone or tablet’s Wi-Fi detector is on, the WiFi hotspots have the ability to track it, by scannng its MAC address. The MAC address is a string of carachters that uniquely identifies the device. Apple introduced with iOS 8 a new feature that...

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Shared tablet connecting to the WiFi through Facebook Login

When a shared device (a communal tablet or laptop) is used by multiple users in a day to connect to a WiFi network, a problem with Facebook login emerges. If you set up a password-protected network, you can set the session and idle timeout at 30 and 10 minutes...

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Tanaza integrates VK.com with WI-Fi and expands to Russia

Tanaza, the Wi-Fi cloud management software startup, is expanding its brand to Russia, Belarus and Ukraine; the company announced the integration of its software with VK.com and a new release in Russian language. Strong investments have been made to significantly...

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Why tomorrow the number of your Facebook Likes will drop

  Why tomorrow the number of your Facebook Likes will drop   Facebook announced on 5th March a change in the Facebook Page Likes count. Business page audience data will become more meaningful: Facebook will delete all the memorialized accounts (for deceased...

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Where to find great free images for your splash page

  When you create a Wi-Fi splash page, you can choose and upload images.   There are many types of rights on the images you find on-line: Public domain images. Images with no existing intellectual property rights. Free of charge for public use. Creative...

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Rumor – Aruba Networks could be acquired by HP

Bloomberg reports that Aruba Networks Inc., the wireless infrastructure technology vendor, could be acquired by Hewlett-Packard Co. The purchase could be officially announced the next week. This would be the largest acquisition made by Hewlett-Packard in the last...

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How to promote your Wi-Fi and get more Wi-Fi clients

  If mobile Internet services are available in your location, it’s not so easy to convince people to connect to your Wi-Fi public hotspot.   Maybe they subscribed to a flat plan for 4G data and they don’t want to authenticate to your Wi-Fi...

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3D Mapping of Wi-Fi signal

The YouTuber CNLohr developed a low-tech tool to map the WiFi signal of any 3D space   How it works His tools are an ESP8266 Wi-Fi module, a single WS2812 LED and a little Hubsan battery pack. His computer connects to the ESP8266 to ping it; an application on his...

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Farm animals carrying Wi-Fi: rural IoT

Gordon Blair, of Lancaster University, launched a simple idea: connecting farm animals to Wi-Fi, to create a sort of rural version of the IoT (Internet of Things). The concept has been tested with the help of the Sami people, that are nomadic shepherds. Animals carry...

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Free Wi-Fi on French trains from 2016

Free Wi-Fi in SNCF trains, from 2016. The general direction of SNCF (France’s national state-owned railway company) presented yesterday its digital strategy and announced SNCF will invest 450 million Euros in digital innovation. Users will be able to connect to...

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The Super Bowl 2015: the Wi-Fi champion

The New England Patriots’ 28-24 victory over the Seattle Seahawks holds a record: during the game, the fans used 6.23 TB of Wi-Fi data. At the second place in the WiFi history, there’s the Collage Football Playoff Championship at AT&T Stadium with 4.93...

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Linksys WRT1900AC: unboxing video and description

LINKSYS WRT1900AC   Linksys 1900 AC router has been defined “without question the most ambitious consumer wireless router networking hardware available” by PCmag.com.  It’s a simultaneous dual-band 4×4 Gigabit...

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About Wi-Fi interoperability

About interoperability and the Wi-Fi alliance Lee Badman, Network Engineer & Wireless Technical Lead within a private university, published “The Case For WLAN Interoperability”, an article about the historical, actual and future role of the Wi-Fi...

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Enforce Google Safe Search using Rawstream’s DNS server

ENFORCING GOOGLE SAFESEARCH TO ENSURE CHILDREN SECURITY ONLINE Rawstream announced that it allows admins to keep inappropriate content away from search results by enforcing Google Safe Search. Read Rawstream blog post about Google SafeSearch enforcement Rawstream is a...

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5 ADVANTAGES OF WI-FI ADVERTISING

5 ADVANTAGES OF WI-FI ADVERTISING Marketing agencies are exploring Wi-Fi as the new channel for advertising and lead generation. With Wi-Fi advertising, it’s easy to target a profitable niche of users with customized advertisements and promotions, based on...

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Video advertisements: how to track views and minutes watched

THE YOUTUBE ANALYTICS TOOL YouTube Analytics is an easy tool to monitor the results of your videos, overtime and real-time. Reports include the number of views that a single video had, with the number of minutes watched from your entire audience. Two other metrics...

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Marriott gives up: it won’t block personal WiFi

Marriott International announced on Wed. 14th January 2015 that it won’t block any personal Wi-Fi device at any of its managed hotels, after originally saying the opposite. The company had to pay a $600,000 fine in October to resolve an investigation made...

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Ryanair will test movie streaming and WiFi on its flights

The Dublin-based airline Ryanair announced that it will test in the next months an in-flight entertainment service and the on-board WiFi service. The trial is going to start imminently for the flight to and from Dublin. The Wi-Fi connection to check e-mails and surf...

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Cuba starts offering public Wi-Fi, but at killer prices

The Cuban monopoly telecommunication’s company ETECSA announced that an experimental WiFi connection will become available in Santiago de Cuba Ferreiro Park during January 2015. The price will be 4.50 CUC (5.00 USD) per hour, the equivalent of an average week’s salary...

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A LOW COST CLOUD MANAGED HOTSPOT WITH TL-WA5210G

A LOW COST CLOUD MANAGED HOTSPOT WITH TP-LINK WA5210G: The TP Link WA5210G 2.4GHz High Power Wireless Outdoor CPE is a low cost outdoor access point. It integrates the functions of a Wireless Access Point, WISP Client, high gain antenna and weatherproof enclosure....

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7 CRUCIAL WIFI TRENDS AND PREDICTIONS FOR 2015

7 CRUCIAL WIFI TRENDS AND PREDICTIONS FOR 2015  Insight-based customer engagement for public-facing companies Public-facing enterprises (like retail shops, shopping malls, sporting venues) will engage with their guests at their venues through WiFi. The...

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Tanaza Wi-Fi couponing management software: a preview

  Hello!   We are happy to announce that we are going to release the new couponing option, that allows you to create and manage Wi-Fi coupons. Wi-Fi couponing is a very interesting feature for the hospitality, travel, food & leisure sectors and enables a...

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Remote monitoring and social hotspots with Picostation 2

PicoStation 2 by Ubiquiti is a very small but powerful outdoor AP. With up to 1000mW of output power, the PicoStation family of outdoor WiFi AP’s can provide high range coverage. Download the complete datasheet for this device (click here to...

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How to cloud manage NSM2 – Ubiquiti Nanostation M2

Nanostation M2 by Ubiquiti is a 2.4 GHz Hi Power 2×2 MIMO AirMax TDMA Station. 150+ Mpbs real outdoor throughput and up to 15km+ range.  Download the complete datasheet for this device (click here to download it – PDF format)....

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8 popular tools for DNS content filtering

BENEFITS OF DNS WEB FILTERING: Parental control (block certain categories of websites, create blacklists and whitelists) Block phishing sites and malware sites Access geoblocked content and bypass web censorship 8 POPULAR TOOLS FOR DNS CONTENT FILTERING:   OPEN...

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Why and how to get Facebook Likes from WiFi

Do Facebook Likes matter? Yes, but don’t overestimate their signifiance. The Like is a proof of affinity with the brand, but it is not a bond for life (you can unlike it), not even a proof of strong interest. Telling everybody that you Like the new Ferrari 458...

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How a Wi-Fi solution provider infrastructure is made

HOW A WI-FI SOLUTION PROVIDER INFRASTRUCTURE IS MADE A Wi-Fi infrastructure is made of 4 elements: Wi-Fi hardware (Wi-Fi routers or access points) Access points management software Captive portal management software RADIUS 1. Wi-Fi hardware All starts from here: you...

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Are you ready for 5th November? No more Facebook like-gating

Facebook like-gating ends on 5th November 2014 Facebook Like-Gating (sometimes called Fan-Gating) is a very common operation. Many apps and fan pages use it to show different content to fans and non-fans, or to hide a specific piece of content (e.g. a discount coupon)...

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How to setup the Like + check-in login flow

In order to ask users to give their “Like” to a Fan Page on Facebook, and then ask them to check-in as well, you should enable the “Like + check-in login flow”. How to setup Facebook Like + check-in The user experience widely varies depending...

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Easy configuration of Facebook check-ins for your Wi-Fi

  Easy-to-create login flow Tanaza allows you to enable the social login flow in any Tanaza hosted splash page, without any complex configuration. Your Tanaza hosted splash page will not need maintenance. It will always work with the login flow you selected,...

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The benefits of Facebook check-ins for your WiFi business

  Why should Facebook Places interest me? Facebook Places is basically a way to get free word-of-mouth advertising for your company. As user check-ins are included in Facebook indexing, depending on privacy and timeline settings, the user’s friends can see...

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How to pick the right channel for your WiFi network

Why my Wi-Fi is slow? Why the signal drops out? When your deploy a wireless network you can encounter one or more symptoms: reduced range, sudden drops in transfer speeds, the wireless signal dropping out in certain places or at certain times during the day, your...

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Social login with UniFi PRO – firmware now available

If your favorite AP is UniFi PRO by Ubiquiti… this is a breaking news! Start cloud managing it with Tanaza. The firmware is still in pre-release and includes power control and channel width settings.  Social Login capabilities are now available...

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Help building the open wireless router

The Electronic Frontier Foundation, the leading anti-surveillance organization and digital rights advocate, launched at the HOPE X (Hackers on Planet Earth) Conference an experimental hacker alpha release of a wireless router software specifically designed to support...

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PowerCloud Acquired by Comcast

News from TechCrunch: PowerCloud Acquired by Comcast. Congratulations to Jeff Abramowitz, Andrea Peiro for this successful exit. Well done!    Comcast has acquired PowerCloud Systems, a spinoff from PARC that developed hardware and...

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TP-Link WA5210G now cloud manageable

Many lead users requested it and… TP-Link 5210G is now cloud manageable via Tanaza:  Cloud manage WA5210G via your Tanaza Dashboard cloud.tanaza.com Add as many WA5210G as you want, for unlimited scalability Centrally configure (and more) multiple...

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Wi-Fi Social Hotspot – When “social” is not enough…

So you have a great Wi-Fi social hotspot, you ask your Wi-Fi guests to read their Facebook or Instagram profile to provide access to internet. They can enjoy a login process without another password and internet for free, you can enjoy their data. Deal! But what if...

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Apple Makes It Harder To Track You In iOS 8

Apple has enabled MAC address randomization in iOS 8 (from Frederic Jacobs via HackerNews), which means it’s harder for marketers to keep track of your comings and goings in or around public Wi-Fi networks. In the updated software, while your iPhone is...

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Limit Dropbox in Wi-Fi hotspots

As Wi-Fi users we find this very frustrating: we’d like to have DropBox being able to synch, YouTube to work in HD, and so on… but we also understand that any Network Administrator would like to have full control in order to limit those users or services...

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ASUS Router RT-AC3200, World’s fastest Wi-Fi

We are aware that supporting higher end Wi-Fi Routers and Access Points than the ones currently cloud-manageable through Tanaza would be a good thing to do, and we constantly look at what Wi-Fi Access Points vendors are doing. Enjoy this article about the latest...

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Wi-Fi real max speed / bandwidth / throughput / bitrate

Being Tanaza a multi-vendor Wi-Fi cloud-management platform, we are often asked by users which is the maximum speed reachable by the Wi-Fi Routers / Access Points. Typical question:“Why the speed test (e.g. Ookla) is showing just 37Mbit/s if the box of the AP...

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Wi-Fi Social Login flow

The Wi-Fi social hotspot application that you can enjoy within the Tanaza Cloud Management platform now includes a new tool that allows users to simulate the exact Wi-Fi client login flow. Until yesterday, if you tried to open the splash page URL, you used to see the...

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Abuse control for your cloud-based Wi-Fi social hotspot

Have the guest Wi-Fi clients used too much bandwidth recently (see Bandwidth Control also), sitting there the whole day using “too much” free internet? Any neighbour or “guy in the street” stealing your Wi-Fi service to download large...

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Social Wi-Fi hotspot improved

The Wi-Fi social hotspot application that you can enjoy within the Tanaza Cloud Management platform now includes a few more capabilities, as requested by our Lead Users. CUSTOMIZE ANY TEXT LABEL ON YOUR SPLASH PAGE We know, it’s not only a matter of ADDING YOUR LOGO...

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Cloud-based Wi-Fi improved: scheduled reboot and dashboard

As part of our continuous effort to provide the most flexible tool to cloud-manage any Wi-Fi network device, we work both on huge features, such as zero-touch deployment or roaming, and also on smaller features, that might be just considered as little improvements. We...

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Bandwidth Control for your cloud-based Wi-Fi

Have the guest Wi-Fi clients used too much bandwidth recently, stealing it from other Wi-Fi clients who were supposed to have priority? Well, this is not an issue anymore. You can now specify the maximum bandwidth per each SSID and protect the clients that matter...

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Cloud manage TP-Link WR841N

TP-Link upgraded the hardware within the WR841N Wi-Fi Router and in turn relased hardware version V9, which substituted the previous, world famous, V8.Users started popping up from multiple countries, from New Zealand to Europe to the USA, asking us to support such...

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Cloud-based Bullet M2

We are happy to welcome a new member into our family: Ubiquiti Bullet M2, which can now be cloud-managed! This 2.4 GHz unit is perfect for low-cost outdoor wireless networks. We have a few partners who are using them directly connected to a switch in order to provide...

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Wi-Fi Social Hotspot @ seaside < Why I love networks.

This is why I personally love to work in the networking space. Networks are intrinsecally cool (might sound very nerdy but I really think so). What I love more is the idea of putting something into a pipe and then, after a while (latency?!), seeing it coming out on...

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Mikrotik RB951UI 2HnD now cloud manageable

We just joined the Mikrotik MUM event in Venice, where we announced support for Mikrotik RB951UI-2HnD and for DNET devices. It’s now possible to get a Mikrotik and make it Tanaza Powered in order to:  use it to create...

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Tanaza + SeedCamp > time to celebrate!

We just came back from an amazing Week in London at SeedCamp, where we had the honour to pitch in front of hundreds of CEOs, Product Managers, Investors, together with 19 other companies looking for funds. Well, we are glad to announce that today we officially joined...

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Tanaza Celebrates Qt during @QTDay 2014 / Florence #qtday14

Qt is a great! It made our life easier. We’d like to celebrate sharing how we used it. The Tanaza team used Qt to develop a tool that allows to make cloud-manageable the Ubiquiti UniFi Wi-Fi Access Points easily. We are glad to pre-release it today in beta,...

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Wi-Fi does not work… @%?#$!

This post is for the ones who feel frustrated when Wi-Fi is not available or, even worse, does not work properly. This is why… Maslow was right....

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Visualize RF => +1 for Meraki

Radio channel settings now integrated into maps in the Meraki dashboard. Good channel planning can limit channel overlap between access points and reduce interference, making for a better overall wireless experience for users. Cisco Meraki APs have built in...

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Evolution Of The WLAN Controller, by Michele Chubirka

Great article about the trend of WLAN controller by Michele Chubirka I’ve never hidden my love for wireless networking. There’s something so magical for me about the physics of radio waves. Even though I’ve never been in a role where it’s my primary responsibility, I...

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WLAN Market Grew 10 Percent In Q3

Third-quarter sales are just the beginning of what will be a five-year upgrade cycle to 802.11ac while new players disrupt the market, research firm predicts.  Sales for wireless local area network (WLAN) vendors grew at a modest 10% in the third quarter of 2013...

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Aruba Networks next generation cloud WIFI solution

Aruba Networks have launched what they are calling a next generation cloud WIFI solution and Chris Kozup is here to tell us more about the product and what has driven them to develop it. For more related podcasts click here. To subscribe in iTunes to receive new...

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Remotely monitor Wi-Fi Access Points load and memory

Whether you are the Sys Admin taking care of a Wi-Fi network of a small hotel with a few Wi-Fi Access Points, or a solution provider with hundreds of Wi-Fi devices deployed in multiple locations, it’s important to know the status of each single AP or Wi-Fi...

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Improved Captive Portal: HTTPS and NASID

With Tanaza 2.3.0, we just introduced an improved version of the Captive Portal. The client’s authentication process is now 1.5x faster, thanks to a more performing architecture within the Access Point (we won’t bore you speaking about the pros-cons of...

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New Dashboard to configure your WLAN through the cloud

With Tanaza 2.3.0 we released a brand new Dashboard to allow users to configure their WLAN through the cloud more easily and with less clicks. The MAP is now full width. A couple of Lead Users referred to this as moving from 4:3 TV to 16:9 HD TV… 😉 WLAN devices...

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SysLog for any Tanaza Powered AP

Last post related to the release 2.3.0: we now support SysLog for all the Tanaza Powered Access Points. There are a few important projects ready to go live, just waiting for this to be available. We are glad to inform all partners that couldn’t wait for...

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Will Dell buy Aerohive by The NetworkingNerd

We host this second article about M&A in the Cloud Wi-Fi space, as we find it very relevant. The article is the exact copy of Tom’s article (The Networking Nerd), who kindly allowed us to publish it a few minutes ago. One rumor I keep hearing about in the...

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Wi-Fi and Africa’s demand: Ruckus Wireless @ AfricaCom

The prevalence of Wi-Fi in Africa and around the world is increasing, with more and more mobile operators looking to deploy it as part of their overall networks, according to Ruckus Wireless, Inc. , an exhibitor at this year’s AfricaCom, running from 12...

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Google WiFi Passport – Easy access to hotspots

Google is testing an Android app that connects devices to city-wide WiFi hotspots, trialing an interesting new service in Jakarta, Indonesia: WiFi Passport is Android app that includes access to a variety of WiFi hotspots. It’s not easy to get...

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Wi-Fi on bus

Nice Wi-Fi story by Aerohive. Upon leaving Madrid-Barajas Airport, Aerohive Networks’ Director of Product Management Matthew Gast had an epiphany. Utilising the public transport on his way to the centre of the Spanish capital, it was another connection which had Gast...

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Wi-Fi for Retailers: Facebook Wi-Fi

Cisco announced its collaboration with Facebook to assist businesses increase brand recognition and proactively target promotions and advertisements based on customer preferences and demographics using Wi-Fi. The Cisco Connected Mobile Experience (CMX) with Facebook...

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News from the industry – Netgear Vs Ruckus

SUNNYVALE, Calif., Nov. 4, 2013 Ruckus Wireless, Inc. (NYSE: RKUS) announced today that it was exonerated on October 31, 2013 by a jury that ruled in favor of Ruckus Wireless, determining that Ruckus did not infringe on two patents, as alleged by Netgear. ...

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Starbucks – Putting Some Cloud In Your Coffee

Nice article about internet of things by TJ McCue Back in 2008, Christopher Penn of the well known Marketing Over Coffee podcast blogged how “Starbucks SBUX -1.04% is watching your every cup.” He reported on the Starbucks acquisition of Coffee Equipment...

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Wi-Fi and Retail Analytics – Aerohive and Euclid

This is an interesting article related to Wi-Fi and Retail analytics. * * * SAN FRANCISCO,CA and SUNNYVALE, CA–(Marketwired – Oct 31, 2013) – Today the results of a survey conducted by Harris Interactive around consumer sentiment —...

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Xirrus XMS Management System for WLAN – Try and Buy

This is a good approach that makes sense in this industry: prospects should always be able to completely test a solution before committing. Especially when talking about Wi-Fi infrastructure and Cloud-based WLANs. THOUSAND OAKS, CA — (Marketwired) —...

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Integrated support for your WLAN Cloud Dashboard

After quite a lot of requests, we are glad to announce that with the release of the latest Tanaza Dashboard, we also integrated two nice-to-have support features within your favourite tool to cloud manage multi-vendor WLAN Access Points. It’s now possible to:...

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Smart Wi-Fi – Ruckus Wireless

Largest IT and Telecom Industry Event in Latin America Chooses Ruckus Smart Wi-Fi for Second Straight Year RIO DE JANEIRO, Oct. 21, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — FUTURECOM (Booth A22) — Ruckus Wireless, Inc. (NYSE: RKUS) announced today that...

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Ubiquiti Networks at WISPAPALOOZA 2013

The first Wi-Fi Access Point that the Tanaza R&D empowered, making it cloud manageable was a Ubiquiti AirRouter. Ubiquiti has been so far one of the best hardware vendors in the Wi-Fi space to work with and we are glad to host this revolutionalry...

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Retail Wi-Fi – Le Pain Quotidien and Ruckus Wireless

Ruckus Wireless Inc. announced that it has been selected by Le Pain Quotidien, an international bakery retailer, to supply it with Ruckus Smart Wi-Fi products and technology for use within its corporate headquarters and bakery stores across the U.S. Le Pain Quotidien...

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Facebook Wi-Fi Check-Ins for retailers

Wi-Fi for Retailers by Jennifer LeClaire * * * For Cisco, the CMX for Facebook Wi-Fi solution shows off the programmability it’s built into the product, including the ability to customize the solution to work with a Facebook environment. For retailers that...

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Design and troubleshooting a WLAN

We are often asked by our partners, Wi-Fi resellers, System Integrators and Managed Solution Providers which are the best practices and tools to design and troubleshoot a WLAN. This is a great guide by WildPackets.  Getting the Most from Your Wireless...

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AirTight Networks Recruits Steven Glapa as New CMO

NEWS FROM THE CLOUD WI-FI INDUSTRY. AirTight Networks has lured Steven Glapa away from Ruckus Wireless to be the cloud-based wi-fi provider’s new chief marketing officer (CMO). This is only one of the handful of recent announcements of new...

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USPTO confirmed the validity of AirTight’s patent

NEWS FROM THE INDUSTRY AirTight has announced that United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) has confirmed the validity of AirTight’s U.S. Patent No. 7,339,914 (the “‘914 patent”) on October 04, 2013, in a second patent re-examination...

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Super-fast Wi-Fi: Cisco, Ubiquiti Access Points at 400Mbps

First wave of 802.11ac access points for the enterprise deliver speed, management features Nice article by Eric Geier @ Network World (source)   Earlier this year we tested several consumer-level 802.11ac routers. Here, we take a look at two enterprise-level...

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Meru Networks: Ubiquiti On The Cheap?

This is the first article we host about Meru Networks, by Paulo Santos. * * * It’s never easy for me to talk about companies losing money. The one reason for a company to exist is for it to make money. So when a company is losing money, there’s the very...

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Next-generation Cloud Wi-Fi Solution by ARUBA

Aruba Networks announced a few days ago a new cloud-managed Wi-Fi solution that combines the simplicity of a cloud service with the performance, manageability and reliability of enterprise-grade Wireless LANs (WLANs). We are glad to host this article as it’s...

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Wi-Fi Cloud-management at SMAU 2013 @ MILAN

  We are happy to announce that we will be participating at SMAU 2013 in FieraMilanoCity. WHEN: 23rd-25th of October 2013. We will meet customers, partners, solution providers and discuss about our approach to cloud management + what we can do to improve the...

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Cisco + Facebook: where the infrastructure is going

Facebook and Cisco Connect Businesses and Consumers This is one of a few posts we’ll put on our blog about the hot topic of marketing-automation. As a vendor-agnostic company, we are happy to start with the leader. Black Friday. Holiday Travel. Consumers have a...

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Cisco + Facebook – The Networking Nerd

Cisco CMX – Marketing Magic? Or Big Brother? This article is related to the previous one Cisco + Facebook, where the Wi-Fi infrastructure is going, and expresses an interesting analysis by the Networking Nerd. The first roundtable presenter...

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Real-time client statistics for your Wi-Fi network

This one has been another very requested feature and we are glad that it’s now live. It’s now possible to have full visibility, in real time, of the clients list. The following parameters are visible per each single client connected to any Tanaza Powered...

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Starbucks Wi-Fi, powered by Google!

Kevin Lo, General Manager at Google Access, just annonced this great project: high-quality fast free Wi-Fi in all Starbucks, provided by Google. This project is aimed by the same philosophy that drives Tanaza: lowering the costs of Internet deployments, increasing...

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Tanaza Release 2.0 – Zero-touch configuration

In the previous months a lot of users complained about some issues related to Java, which made it complex to enroll the Tanaza Powered Access Points to the Tanaza Dashboard. It was also required to be in the LAN of the AP and the whole procedure took 3 minutes per...

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Dogs and cats turned into mobile WiFi hotspot

To promote its new WiFi services, the company has launched an initiative Thai DTAC rather curious, transforming dogs and cats in mobile WiFi hotspot.The animals were equipped with a repeater on the collar, and sent around the city. Who was interested in just approach...

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Email alerts to know if the Wi-Fi APs are on-line or not

Many users requested alerts: “receiving an email when an Access Point dies would help me a lot and would add huge value to the Tanaza cloud management solution”. This has been the typical feedback from more than 50% of the users. Adding a feature like this...

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EnGenius EAP-9550

EAP9550: Multi-Functional Access Point/Repeater EnGenius EAP-9550 supplied by EnGenius is the most ideal wireless device decision for the ultimate grip on the office  network supremacy. You see, EAP-9550 is a Wireless N 300Mbps Access Point / Universal Repeater...

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Wi-Fi Turns Into Retail Spy

When you place an order with the likes of Amazon or other online merchants, you have no choice but to yield up lots of little bits of information. Along with the purchase itself, online retailers know what else you looked at, for how long and whether targeted...

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Alfa Network AP121 – Review and cloud manage

The Alfa AP121 Hackers Nightmare! Alfa Network AP121 supplied by Alfa is not only a High Speed Data Rater but also provides faster data rates up to a whooping 150Mbps and is well-suited to celebrated 802.11b/g. What gives Alfa AP121 a name in the market is the...

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Cisco Aironet 1240AG series – Review

The Cisco Aironet 1240AG series is a wireless access point for offices that is secure, of high quality and reliable. It has enterprise class features that are being demanded for by WLAN customers. This device has been tailored for use in environments not usually...

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Ruckus Wireless Zone Flex 7343

Zone Flex 7343: for Adaptive Antenna Technology Ruckus Wireless Zone Flex 7343 the High Performance 802.11n Mid-Range Smart Wi-Fi Access Points with Adaptive Antenna Technology has many returns to any occupation bottom-line  that  any businessperson ...

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Cloud Manage OpenWRT Wi-Fi APs

We are making improvements. Our internal version of the Tanaza Agent allows to cloud manage any OpenWRT device through the cloud. It’s currently possible to integrate the agent into OpenWRT-based firmwares, turn the devices on and add them to the Cloud Dashboard...

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Tanaza 1.16 Released – Splash pages, Radius and more…

Here is some good news about Tanaza, the vendor-agnostic solution to cloud manage any Wi-Fi Access Point. Breaking news 1 – Splash page, Captive Portal & RADIUS. After a pre-release for Tanaza Lead Users, our ultimate solution to manage hotspots in remote...

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Race to put more Wi-Fi hotspots on the map

There is a joke that the only reason why customers visit a well-known coffee chain is for the free WiFi and toilets. Certainly not for the terrible coffee. For many mobile users, being able to access the internet wirelessly has become a public convenience, in...

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Change the bloody pwd of your Wi-Fi AP, router, etc…

Here in Tanaza we are aware that security is one of the requirement for a network, also in Small Businesses. Our cloud infrastructure allows to manage 3rd party devices, adding them to the Tanaza Dashboard (cloud.tanaza.com) through a simple process shown here at...

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Top 20 Crazy Things People Do to Get Wi-Fi Connections

Results from a new survey show the unsafe, illegal and bizarre things people do for Wi-Fi. In their quest to get Wi-Fi Internet connectivity, people have done some pretty desperate things over the years. Driving around in sheer panic looking for...

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Wi-Fi in Schools

Wi-Fi in Schools Wi-Fi technology is the networking of choice in a wide range of educational settings from primary to higher education.  With equipment substantially more cost-effective and flexible than wired alternatives, Wi-Fi is suitable for the smallest...

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Ubiquiti NanoBridge M2 Review

Ubiquiti NanoBridge M2 – Providing a Stable Bridge between Two Users General Product Details When the Ubiquiti NanoBridge M2 entered the market, for the most part, current technology was lacking in usability and more importantly...

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Ubiquiti M2 Series

Ubiquiti M2 Series – The Respective Babies of the Family   General Product Details The Ubiquiti M2 Series was one of the companies newer attempts at revamping the wayoutdoor wireless networking was attacked by developing entirely new software...

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Ubiquiti Bullet 2

Connect with the Speed and accuracy of an Ubiquiti Bullet 2 The Ubiquiti Bullet 2 is a weatherproof WLAN radio system, developed by Ubiquiti Networks. It is rod-shaped and designed for simple and fast networking within the 2.4GHz...

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Ubiquiti NanoStation M2 – NSM2

Ubiquiti Nanostation M2 – A Welcome Addition   General Product Details The Ubiquiti Nanostation M2, first released in 2010, has been reported as one of the most reliable outdoor wireless access points on the market. Sticking to Ubiquiti’s sleek style to...

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Cloud WLAN – Meet Tanaza at RISK Conference

Tanaza is pleased to join the 2013 RISK Conference. We will present how to manage wireless networks, showing you how easy it is to setup your cloud WLAN, and configure and monitor any Wi-Fi Access Point model. It’s possible to register here before or during the...

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Cloud Wi-Fi Could Become Key for Network Management

Managing network infrastructure from the cloud is becoming increasingly important. The ability to manage network infrastructure from the cloud is likely to be a key technology for networking hardware vendors in coming years. That certainly seems to be the thinking...

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Wi-Fi in retail – Good news for multi-channel shoppers

It has been observed that annual retail store sales increases by 5% through the use of smartphones – according to a study done by Deloitte in 2012. It is also forecasted that this figure could rise to 19% by 2016. Deloitte found that retail stores using the mobile...

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Italy and hotspots – A step towards Free Wi-Fi

This article comes from FIPE, the Italian Authorithy that represents tourism, entertainment, and restaurants. It basically states that when you want to use Internet in a restaurant or any other public space, you won’t need to provide an ID to be registered....

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Are you ready to cloud manage any OpenWRT device?

Would it be cool to be able to cloud manage any of the OpenWRT-compatible devices?This dream is almost true. We have an internal version of the Tanaza Agent that allows to cloud manage any OpenWRT device through the cloud, adding the last missing feature to a great...

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Tanaza Instant Demo – Cloud manage your WLAN

Here in Tanaza we are excited about our new tool, the Instant Demo. It’s now possible to see how Tanaza Cloud Management works, with no need to have compatible Wi-Fi Access Points. Before the release of this tool, you had to actually build a real network in...

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Netgear WG102

Netgear WG102 Wireless Access Point Netgear is well known in the networking gear space and with WG102 it has developed a solid product for deploying and expanding wireless local area networks in offices in a secure and scalable manner. It is developed with the best...

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Ubiquiti Networks for Russia’s remote regions

Interesting news from the field Russia’s Largest Fixed Wireless Broadband Operator Works With Ubiquiti Networks to Increase Internet Penetration Across the Country  SAN JOSE, CA — (Marketwire) — 01/29/13 — Ubiquiti...

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Wi-Fi nerd life – Working at night

A popular saying goes that programmers are machines that turn caffeine into code. And sure enough, ask a random programmer when they do their best work and there’s a high chance they will admit to a lot of late nights. Some earlier, some later. A popular trend is to...

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TamoGraph – Site Survey tool for WLAN

This is another WLAN Site Survey tool. To see the full list of the reviewed ones, click here. * * * TamoGraph is a powerful and user-friendly wireless site survey software tool for collecting, visualizing, and analyzing 802.11 a/b/g/n Wi-Fi data....

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Coolest WLAN Site Survey solution!

There is a variety of smart ways to do a WLAN Site Survey. Here in Tanaza we find that the one used by Ketih using a Segway… is the coolest! Have a look a the pictures: the wlan site survey kit fits perfectly with the Segway.   Keith R. Parsons, WLAN Pros:...

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WFD – Pure madness and love for Wi-Fi

Tanaza participated to Wireless Field Day 3 just 3 months ago, where we had a chance to show the very best wireless industry experts our project and our young cloud management interface. When we saw this video by Daniel Cybulskie, we couldn’t avoid to share it....

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Cisco completes $1.2 billion Meraki buy

Cisco Systems Inc. said Thursday it had completed its $1.2 billion purchase of San Francisco-based Meraki Inc., a provider of cloud-managed networking equipment and services. Founded in 2006, Meraki agreed to be acquired just last month. The Meraki team will become...

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Wi-Fi Monitoring Software – AirMagnet AirMapper

With the ever-growing BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) phenomenon and the recent Wi-Fi explosion, IT groups within organizations face the constant challenge of flooded network resources by “foreign devices”(smartphones, tablets, …). IT staff must find...

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Wi-Fi Monitoring Software – WirelessMon

Are you setting up a WLAN? You’ll need a cloud AP management solution, in order to configure and monitor your WLAN devices, and also a WiFi Monitoring Software. One example of nice tool is WirelessMon. WirelessMon is a tool that allows users to monitor the...

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Wi-Fi Monitoring Software – Ekahau Site Survey

Are you setting up a WLAN? You’ll need a cloud AP management solution, in order to configure and monitor your WLAN devices, and also a WiFi Monitoring Software. This is a second WiFi Monitoring Software (the first one reviewed is WirelessMon). Ekahau Site Survey...

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Cloudy Days Ahead? Ruckus Wireless Blog

Cisco has made another bold move by announcing its intent to purchase Meraki for $1.2B. Yes, that’s billion with a “B.” The hefty price tag represents 20x Meraki’s estimated annual run rate  (which IDC estimated in their most recent WLAN report to be...

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ADTRAN adds Cloud Access Points with Bluesocket 1900

News from the industry: Adtran extends the cloud AP offering! itality, and retail, to be optimized for the introduction of more applications across various service providers and enterprise vertical markets. With this offering, ADTRAN also targets mobile solution...

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Real-time statistics for ANY Wi-Fi AP

We are almost there… real-time monitoring for TP-Link, D-Link, Ubiquiti, Netgear, Engenius, Ruckus Wireless as well as email alerting when an AP dies is live, at least in Tanaza R&D lab. We are completing the final debugging and testing, in order to be sure...

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Add cloud management to Ruckus Wireless APs

Today we made another step, adding cloud management capabilities to 4 new Wi-Fi Access Points made by one of the top-ranked WLAN vendors: Ruckus Wireless. Can you recognize them in the picture? It’s now possible to add to Tanaza and cloud manage: ZoneFlex 2942...

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Meraki’s Acquisition – Philip Clarke interpretation

Cisco purchased enterprise Wi-Fi provider Meraki for $1.2 Billion to expand its WLAN portfolio by integrating cloud, mobility and Bring Your Own Device (BYOD)-focused offerings to its portfolio. Enterprise adoption of consumer-oriented mobile devices, particularly...

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Ruckus Wireless SmartMesh

Here in Tanaza we enjoy to post articles of the greatest technologies available on the market. Enjoy this great solution by Ruckus! * * * Ruckus Wireless SmartMesh introduces a fresh, new approach to constructing  high-performance wireless LANs by reducing...

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Meraki’s Acquisition – Bill Cannon interpretation

We are glad to host on our vendor-agnostic blog a third interpretation of this fantastic acquisition, by Bill Cannon, Vice President of Business Development at MCPc. * * * Cisco Systems bought Meraki Inc. for $1.2 billion. This for a company that had less than $100...

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Meraki’s Acquisition – Esme Vos interpretation

Cisco buys Meraki for $1.2B, makes Ruckus, Ubiquiti, Aruba look undervalued   This is a second interesting analysis about Meraki acquisition, by Esme Vos. Original article here. Cisco is acquiring Meraki, a private company, for $1.2 billion. Meraki has sold Wi-Fi...

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Ubiquiti Networks Ships 10 Millionth Device

Congratulations to Ubiquiti and Robert J. Pera by the entire Tanaza team. We are proud to provide cloud management capabilities to great devices such as UniFi, PicoStation and other well designed Wi-Fi Access Points. Ubiquiti’s shipment volume made 3x in past 3...

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Meraki’s Acquisition – Aerohive interpretation

Wireless market is getting hot. Tanaza is glad to host an article posted on Aerohive Blog, where the CEO David Flynn, explains the impact of Meraki acquisition and the cloud networking trend. * * * The Wireless LAN market has seen a lot of action in the past couple of...

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Tanaza selected as finalist at SeedCamp Paris

  The European micro-investment fund and mentoring program Seedcamp have announced the 20 startups who will be attending Seedcamp Paris next Monday, December 3rd, and Tanaza one of them! Seedcamp accepts applications from all over Europe, and so the...

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Some thoughts about Cisco and Meraki

The acquisition of Meraki by Cisco Systems, if and when it’s a done deal, will be the smartest action undertaken by Cisco of late. Cisco reigns over networking hardware enterprise market, but has made significant inroads in the consumer wireless networking space...

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Auto detect and add multiple Wi-Fi Access Points

The goal of Tanaza is to provide operational efficiency to anyone has to manage Wi-Fi Access Points. Auto-detect functionality, currently available only on Tanaza Powered APs (APs with Tanaza firmware), allows you to deploy multiple Access Points as they come out of...

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Tanaza Can Help Developing Countries Like Haiti

Three years ago Filomondo ONLUS started a water project in Haiti, in the Mawouj Village.  Mawouj can be translated into Mare Rouge, or Red Sea.  The earth there is red, and when it rains you can see the rivers fill with the red mud, leaving the streets...

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Removing Cost and Complexity – That is Why You Need Tanaza

Removing Cost and Complexity – That’s Why You Need Tanaza You may have heard, Tanaza is on a mission to make networking easy for system integrators and small businesses. Our powerful and intuitive cloud-based service manages Wi-Fi access points with centralized...

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Centrally Configure Your Access Points

All organizations face IT challenges significantly impacting productivity, costs and other resources. Some IT challenges even impact how your customers do business with you.  To keep up with these challenges, many organizations are looking to simplify their...

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We are Headed to Silicon Valley for Wireless Field Day!

It’s time.. On September 13th we will present the Tanaza solution in Silicon Valley, at the Wireless Field Day 3 event in San Jose, unveiling how we could achieve managing multiple-vendor devices from within a single web interface. We’ve hit...

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Cloud Computing: Pros and Cons for System Integrators

 System integrators are moving into the realm of cloud computing and assisting large and small businesses with their WiFi needs.  There are many opportunities for system integrators to take advantage and reap the benefits of the cloud computing...

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The Cloud’s Purpose

 Peter Dallimore from The Fold recently answered a very important question: why do we need the cloud?  After his anecdote about a documentarian who just didn’t have the computing power to edit his piece and turn it into a final product, Dallimore’s main...

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I Don’t Know What That Means!—Stumped by Cloud Jargon?

 If you are a seasoned IT vet, cloud computing is not a new concept – just a relatively new marketing phrase to explain offsite applications and data management. The phrase helps make the concept more accessible to people who need this type of technical...

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BYOD: Bring Your Own Device

 As a business owner or corporate employee, you may have already heard of this term.  BYOD is getting more popular the small business industry.  Either you provide your employees with the devices they need, or they obtain their own devices.  In...

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Traits to Look for in a Cloud Provider

 If you are thinking of trying out the cloud for your business or are entering the cloud market, there are some suggestions to keep in mind when looking for a provider.  Cloud computing is a software application allows you to access your files and data from...

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Managing Energy in Cloud Computing

  Think of all the photos being uploaded on Facebook daily (100 million), or the many data files needing to be recorded digitally and stored somewhere, and the gaming and video streaming.  All of these actions take electricity, power, and consumption. ...

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Microsoft Report on Small Business Computing

  Microsoft recently surveyed 3,000 small and medium sized businesses in 13 countries to find commonalities and reasons to why they are moving more towards cloud computing.  The study showed SMBs “believe in themselves”: 76% of the respondents agree small...

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Pros and Cons of Cloud Computing

 So you’re a small business owner or maybe a system administrator and you are responsible for keeping tabs on all your data and information.  It is hard enough to trust a computer system to do so, but now everyone is moving to cloud computing—remotely...

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How Does the Cloud Work?

  You have probably heard a lot about something called “the cloud”.  You may have some understanding of it or a general definition.  But just in case, here is the breakdown of how cloud computing works.  You should also probably know now, it isn’t...

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Wi-Fi Access Points 101

 If you use Tanaza, we allow you to manage multiple Wi-Fi access points through our Dashboard and cloud.  But, how do you keep them all organized and accessible?   Without the cloud, you would have to use either a think or thick access point...

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In the Know: Top Trends in Cloud Computing for 2012

  Since cloud computing kicked off, small businesses and system integrators took advantage of the remote location of data as well as faster computing speeds.  With advances in technology, cloud computing is getting easier and better.  More and more...

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A Brief History of Wi-Fi

These days, most every notebook computer and smartphone comes with Wi-Fi wireless networking technology built in and these devices can connect to Wi-Fi networks in offices, supermarkets, malls, airports … most everywhere.  People and organizations use Wi-Fi wireless...

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Events: 2012 WiFi Summits

The world of Wi-Fi is a unique one. The technology, unconventionally born from an American government agency, is one of the most regulated innovations ever created. As the mobile market continues to see tremendous growth through the increased use of mobile devices,...

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Social Businesses: New Operations

Technology changes so rapidly it can be hard to stay up to date.  Social networking sites, mobile and media outlets are advancing more each day.  New cloud computing offerings allow you to store your files and many operating systems are already transferred...

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Cost effective guest access in Wi-Fi networks

 One of the most common problems in the management of Wi-Fi networks is the situation in which consultants or guests enter a company, ask for the password of the Wi-Fi network and the response is “I cannot give it to you, as you’ll have access to our servers,” or...

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Tanaza 1.7 Released – Extended cloud wireless management

Tanaza is pleased to announce a new advancement in cloud wireless management. Tanaza 1.7.0 is now released, adding the compatibility of four new Ubiquiti models to the portfolio: NanoStation2, PicoStation2, NanoStationM2, NanoStation Loco M2. Three TP-Link models...

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How to add cloud management to a SOHO Access Point

 Imagine you are a system integrator that manages 10 networks of 10 small business customers. Their network is made by 3 to 10 access points and they couldn’t spend money for their wireless infrastructure, as there was no budget.  Without the necessary funds...

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Top 5 problems in small business Wi-Fi networks

Networks are getting more and more complex and Wi-Fi system integrators, as well as IT managers, are getting crazier and crazier. What are the top 5 problems in Wi-Fi access point networks?  1.     DIFFERENT MODELS AND VENDORS OF ACCESS POINTS...

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AP management from the cloud – Tanaza 1.6.0 Released

We are working hard to provide cloud-based AP management with the highest possible quality. We think that today, with release 1.6.0 of Tanaza, we made another step toward our goal: controlling and monitoring Access Points in a cost effective way. Cloud-based AP...

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Netgear WNDAP360

  WNDAP360 is one of the latest models from Netgear in the enterprise access point market. It combines amazing technical features with a very attractive and sleek look. Installing this device in the office could add to the overall aesthetics of the office space...

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D-Link DWL-G700AP

  The DWL-G700AP is a great product from D-Link – an industry leading in home and office network solutions. This single band wireless G router is designed to deliver high speed wireless connectivity that allows users to share files, play online music and watch...

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Netgear WNDAP350

  Netgear’s WNDAP350 is an award winning access point designed for the enterprise customers. It comes with a wide range of features making it an ideal fit in any office environment. This unit was awarded the best channel product by Business Solutions in...

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D-Link DWL-8600AP

  As wireless networks and devices become more popular, most enterprises are looking to take the next step in moving from wired LAN solutions to wireless LAN solutions. However, this is a slow and gradual process as it is monetarily unfeasible to transform...

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TP Link TL-WA500G

  The TP Link’s TL-WA500G is a typical wireless solution for the small office home office (SOHO) setup. It is a wireless G access point with just the right features to transform a restricted wired home network to an equally secure wireless network. Despite the...

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D-Link DWL-8500AP

  The DWL-8500AP is a part of the Unified Wired/ Wireless Switching architecture solution from D-Link. With this architecture, enterprises can deploy wired LANs as well as wireless LANs in a single homogeneous manner without compromising on the security of their...

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Netgear WNAP320

  There are many independent access points in the market ideal for small business, home businesses. When it comes to mid-sized enterprises, a single access point does not suffice; there needs to be a network of access points providing wireless connectivity to the...

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D-Link DWL-8200AP

  The DWL-8200AP is a great wireless product from D-Link designed for enterprise grade deployments. It comes with the best security standards, physical design specifications and network management options that suit enterprise networks. With special features like...

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TP Link TL-WA5210G

  One of the interesting concepts gaining ground today is the WISP or wireless internet service providers who deliver internet services over Wi-Fi. With cities experimenting with public internet service, the WISP is getting very popular. TP Link’s TL-WA5210G is a...

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D-Link DWL-3500AP

  With increasing complexity of wireless local area networks (WLANs), there is a growing need to add more access points while keeping the entire operation simple and easy. Typical access points tend to carry configurations which need to be setup individually. If...

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Netgear WN802T

  The Netgear WN802T is a wireless N access point designed to provide small office, home office enhanced coverage and wireless connectivity. It supports wireless multimedia with power saving mode that helps save power up to 40%. Equipped with host of security...

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TP Link TL-WA5110G

  There are many products in the market tailored for specific network needs and unfortunately, they cannot be used interchangeably as some other kind of network device. TP Link has broken this trend with the TL-WA5110G which is a router, WISP client and an access...

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D-Link DWL-3260AP

  Sometimes more than the access points and their specifications, their placement in the office or environment becomes critical. Even the most powerful and efficient access point can be rendered mediocre if its coverage is not good enough. This is where...

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TP Link TL-WA901ND

  The TL-WA901ND is a 300 Mbps wireless router for domestic as well as commercial use in small and medium businesses. This amazing product from TP link has wowed critics all across Europe winning awards and recognitions. ITespresso online in DE awarded...

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D-Link DAP-2690

  There are many solutions for home and small office home office (SOHO), but there are few products that can serve the large enterprises with expansive wireless networks. DAP-2690 is one of the few products built to address this market segment. It is a wireless n...

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Netgear WN604

  With homes and enterprises expanding and with new wireless devices becoming popular, there is an increasing need to extend the range of the wireless networks further and this is where products like WN604 become indispensable. This wireless device supports...

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D-Link DAP2590

  D-Link is an industry leader in network solutions and the DAP2590 is one of its latest products for small to mid-sized enterprises. It comes with great security features, remote management options and wireless standards that provide safe, secure and high speed...

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TP Link TL-WA801ND

  TP link is a popular brand known for its wireless solutions. The TL-WA801ND is a great wireless access point that is a perfect fit for home networking as well as for small businesses. It has a perfect blend of features to make it attractive as a home networking...

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D-Link DAP-2553

  D-Link has a wide range of wireless products created for business and personal or home usage. The DAP-2553 is a good example of a perfect cross over between business and personal use wireless solution. It has the best in class technology with enhanced range and...

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Netgear WG602

  In the wireless internet access space the most popular standards are the 802.11b/g. These are found in all the wireless devices in the market and hence offer easy over the air connectivity solution. The Netgear WG602 is a standard wireless access point...

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TP Link TL-WA730RE

  The TP Link TL-WA730RE is a range extender designed primarily to extend the range of existing wireless access points. While the main purpose is to extend the range of the wireless LAN networks into hard to reach wireless dead spots, it can double up as a proper...

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D-Link DAP-1522

  The DAP-1522 is a wireless access point built by D-Link primarily for home use. It is a complete package of all the latest and best technological features to support a connected modern home. The small form factor and simple design allows it to be placed...

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Netgear WG302

  Netgear WG302 is a part of the Netgear’s Prosafe series of products. This is a wireless G access point designed to support 802.11g standard. This is part of award winning series of products developed by Netgear primarily for the modern...

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Linksys WAP610N

  Most times, a wireless router alone is not good enough for the enterprise. The wireless router has some limitation on the coverage area, but adding more routers to the network can be quite expensive. In such cases, wireless access points like WAP610N from...

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Ubiquiti Bullet

  Wireless networks are fast becoming a major player in the communications market. The benefits of lack of cabling are driving the costs associated with the wireless networks low enough to make them practically feasible. However, to ensure proper deployment,...

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TP Link TL-WA701ND

  With growing reliance on wireless devices all small and medium business are moving towards a mobile workforce and deployment of wireless networks so support them. TP Link’s TL-WA701ND is one such solution built with this growing market in mind. This is a...

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Meraki MR62

  Wi-Fi has predominantly been an indoor, small area technology. However, with advancements in technology, it can now be used for providing connectivity outdoors too. Meraki MR62 is one of the products launched in the market for this very purpose. Being an...

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D-Link DWL-3200AP

  The D-Link DWL-3200AP is an enterprise grade access point designed primarily for small medium businesses to transform their wired local area networks into wireless LANs. It has a host of management features, wireless security support and excellent range and...

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Ubiquiti PowerAPN

  With wireless networks gaining significant traction – both domestic and enterprise – it is no surprise that there are a wide variety of wireless products in the market. Ubiquiti PowerAPN ultra long range wireless n router is a great product in this segment. It...

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Netgear WAG102

  The Netgear WAG102 is an amazing enterprise grade wireless access point from the award winning series of product from the company. This is a dual band access point operating at both 5 GHz and 2.4 GHz range and supports a range of around 500 feet radius. At...

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Linksys WRT120N

  The WRT120N is another great product from Linksys – a popular and well-known name in networking space. This model supports the latest high speed wireless N technology and comes with all the traditional features of a Linksys router making it a great pick for any...

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D-Link DAP1360

  D-Link is a very popular brand in home and office networking. The DAP1360 is a single band wireless n range extender that can help extend the range of the wireless networks within home and office. This can help reduce the wireless dead spots that can sometimes...

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D-Link DWL-2200AP

  D-Link is a well-known brand in the networking domain – both wired and wireless. The DWL-2200AP is a single band wireless G router designed to create a high speed wireless network with high level of security for bandwidth hungry applications. Priced at around...

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D-Link DWL-7100AP

  The DWL-7100 tri-mode dualband 802.11a/b/g (2.4/5 Ghz) wireless 108mbps access point is a networking device that can be used for both old and new wireless networks. It is designed to perform within the IEEE specified wireless networking bandwidths of 802.11a,...

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Aruba AP-105 Access Point

  The Aruba AP-105 access point is a compact indoor access point that measures a trim 123mm by 135mm by 45mm in volume. This portable device weighs only 300 grams when unpacked. This slender structure makes it ideal for use in many areas within hospitals,...

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D-Link DAP1160

  DAP1160 is one of the many great home and office wireless networking products from D-Link. This product is mainly designed for the home use as well as Small Office Home Office (SOHO) use. It also has some very interesting features and versatile operating modes...

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D-Link DWL-2100AP

  The DWL-2100AP AirPlus Xtreme G Access point is an award winning product from D-Link which itself is an industry leader in networking solutions. This product has won the Best Buy award from PL-Computer in Russia. It has some of the best features...

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Meraki MR16

  Meraki is a new entrant in the Wi-Fi router market with a very unique service differentiator around the Cloud network management. The most interesting feature of the Meraki series of Wi-Fi routers is that they are practically self-configuring and the remote...

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TP Link TL-WA501G

  TP Link is a well-known brand in the networking space and has a wide range of wireless access points in its portfolio. The TL-WA501G is a one such wireless range extender designed to operate in 2.4G Hz range. It comes with many impressive features making it an...

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Meraki MR24

  Meraki is an enterprise wireless network device manufacture that has differentiated its service by providing a cloud solution for management and configuration of the wireless nodes. The biggest advantage of this approach is the drastic reduction in recurring...

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D-Link DAP-1353

  The D Link DAP-1353 wireless N router is the perfect product for your home, home office and even small enterprise. It is a great combination of top performance, high end security and ample coverage area. This router can be configured to work in a wide range of...

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Prosafe 802.11G Wireless Access Point WG103

  NetGear has been releasing and updating a series of AP devices for homes and small businesses, including the Prosafe 802.1G Wireless Access Point WG103. Aesthetically, it looks more like a large CPU for a computer. Its dark blue and grey giving a drone look...

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TL-WR2543ND 450Mbps Dual-Band Wireless N Gigabit Router

  The TL-WR2543ND, otherwise known as the 450Mbps Dual-Band Wireless N Gigabit Router, is the newest offer from Tp-Link. Promised for release earlier this year, together with another similar wireless router, the TL-WR2543ND has finally arrived a little behind...

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Meraki MR12

The MR12 by Meraki was created to easily have a reliable wifi internet signal that covers the entirety of small businesses and private teleworkers without losing connectivity. The aesthetics of the MR12 will make it fit right into any office space, home, or...

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HP A-WA2220 Access Point

  The HP A-WA2220-AG access point is a double radio Wi-Fi device that is used to provide radio coverage for indoor purposes. It usually works within the standard radio frequencies of 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz. It is also compliant with international quality standards of...

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Prosafe Wireless-N Access Point WNAP210

  NetGear has been keeping pace with their competition of wireless access points by releasing its thin and sleek Prosafe Wireless AP device, the WNAP210. Like many of the AP devices on the market today, NetGear opted to go with a white sleek and thin body. At...

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HiveAP 110 802.11n Wireless Access Point

The HiveAP 110 802.11n wireless access point is a Wi-Fi device that provides high throughput using its 2 by 2 Multiple In Multiple Out (MIMO) access door that is facilitated by a flexible 10/100/1000 Ethernet entrance port. This high level wireless gadget provides...

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Ubiquiti’s AirRouter

  In May 2011, Ubiquiti Networks released their first indoor WiFi router called the AirRouter 802.11n Wireless Router. This commercial indoor router has a sleek design that would fit well into any home or small office. The main features of the AirRouter include 5...

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UniFi AP

Ubiquiti Networks has released a new enterprise wifi system that they claim will revolutionize the wireless world. The UniFi system boasts an unlimited scalability for your business, small or large. This system has been researched and perfected for years now to get...

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