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Tanaza features a splash page editor that allows in few minutes the WiFi network administrator to create and customise the authentication page of a public hotspot. In this article, you will find the 4 rules to create an effective splash page for your WiFi users in...
The world is quietly experiencing a “hotspot revolution.” Since 2015, the world’s total count of public WiFi hotspots has grown exponentially. A Cisco research found 64.2 million public hotspots operating at the end of 2015. And this growth is accelerating—by the end of 2022, Cisco projects 432.5 million global public hotspots.
Simply put, it’s impossible to ignore the incredible rate of WiFi hotspot growth and the public’s dramatically escalating standards for convenient access. Here are four potential takeaways for your business.
Juniper Networks has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Mist Systems, a wireless LAN vendor pioneering AI-driven WLAN, for $405 million.
Ubiquiti Networks is currently working on a fix for a recently discovered security issue affecting its devices. This vulnerability affects over 485,000 devices around the world.
Wi-Fi Alliance announced WIFi Certified 6 as part of their WiFi certification program. This latest industry certification program is based on the IEEE 802.11ax standard and will be coming online in Q3 2019.
Open Mesh Inc., one of the most popular makers of wireless networking devices in the SMB segment, has been acquired by Datto, a data protection vendor that sells its products exclusively through managed service providers. With this acquisition, Datto wants to broaden its offering in the networking sector with the launch of a new line of SMB-focused networking solutions.
Nowadays, public bodies such as international, federal and state entities are becoming more and more supportive of the open source movement and in general of “open” approaches. In many countries, such as the US, the UK and France, governments have recommended adopting...
The exponential growth in demand for wireless internet connectivity has led to the need, for companies in most business environments, to upgrade their Wi-Fi networking infrastructure. Many companies within the networking industry aim at establishing lock-in barriers...
The next standard for wireless LANs, IEEE 802.11ax, has been conceived to transmit data faster, to better allocate bandwidth among several devices connected to a WiFi network and to more reliably deliver high-bandwidth applications (such as video streaming) than its predecessor, 802.11ac, also known as WiFi 5.
Tanaza has created a symbol. An original trademark that impersonates our shared values. An iconic symbol for our community of Wi-Fi professionals who embrace open networking. We’re proud to introduce HIRO: the new symbol for our community of Wi-Fi professionals.
Tanaza multi-vendor’s approach allows WiFi professionals to choose the hardware they want to work with when designing their WiFi network infrastructures. Tanaza supports many brands from consumer-grade access points to enterprise-grade wireless devices, facilitating...
CES is one of the biggest meetings for businesses of consumer technologies to present their new products and speak about the main innovations. During four days, more than 4K companies including manufacturers, developers, and suppliers of consumer technology hardware...
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.