2018 is over, and we at Tanaza already started 2019 with great motivation and enthusiasm!
The year just passed has been a year of growth for Tanaza’s blog, as more and more people read our articles and interact with us every day.
In this post, you will find the list of the ten articles our readers appreciated the most in 2018.
Tanaza now supports the MikroTik hAP AC Lite TC. This device is a Dual-concurrent Access Point: this means that it provides WiFi coverage for 2.4GHz and 5GHz frequencies at the same time.
By empowering MikroTik hAP AC Lite TC with Tanaza’s firmware, you will get a full set of professional features to manage your WiFi networks and your social hotspots.
In response to the demands of high tech companies for a more so-called “mid-band” unlicensed spectrum, on October 23rd the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) unanimously voted to propose making available up to 1,200 MHz of spectrum for use by unlicensed devices in the 6 GHz band.read more
As of the begining of December, LigoWave is officially a Tanaza Tech Partner. Tanaza’s software solution is now fully compatible with LigoWave’s NFT series of wireless access points. LigoWave develops high-quality networking equipment that enables customers in the...read more
The situation With Tanaza, WiFi network administrators can currently limit the bandwidth for their WiFi networks by controlling the bandwidth per SSID and controlling the bandwidth per client. These two features allow WiFi administrators to first, limit the overall...read more
A report commissioned by the Wi-Fi Alliance estimates that the annual global economic value of WiFi is $1.96 trillion in 2018, and predicts that it will grow in the next five years by almost 80%, surpassing $3.47 trillion by 2023.read more
Starbucks plans to introduce a new tool aimed at preventing customers from viewing pornography or other explicit content in its stores. This solution will begin to be introduced to the company’s US locations in 2019.Watching pornographic content has long been banned...read more
After the cancellation of the first call, put out by the European Commission on May 15th, the tender for WiFi4EU - the initiative promoted by the European Union for the diffusion of free WiFi connection in public spaces - officially reopened on November 7th at 13:00...read more
Tanaza features a splash page editor that enables WiFi network administrators to configure their captive portal by adding a logo, text, redirection links and authentication methods. Furthermore, the Tanaza hotspot system enables WiFi users’ data collection which can...read more
We are excited to announce Tanaza’s win of two Wi-Fi NOW Awards. This year, Tanaza took home the awards in two categories: Best Wi-Fi Startup and Best Enterprise Wi-Fi Solution.read more
Tanaza features a splash page editor that allows WiFi professionals to configure, edit, and customise their captive portal. The editor’s drag and drop system enables WiFi network administrators to create in a few clicks their splash page by adding a...read more
The WiFi alliance recently announced a change in the names for the IEEE 802.11 wireless standards, the specifications composed of a set of protocols determine the technology requirements of wireless networks.read more
The WiFi technology is evolving fast (WiFi 5, also known as 802.11ac, and soon WiFi 6, also known as 802.11ax) and so are the needs of our partners. We at Tanaza are focused on our customers’ development and are thus choosing new features to develop according to their...read more
Tanaza has developed a feature to help WiFi network administrators collect additional custom WiFi user data in addition to the data already collected with authentication methods like social login, like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc. Once collected, this data can...read more
Tanaza’s couponing system feature was updated so that WiFi network administrators could enable users to see details regarding the usage of their WiFi vouchers.read more