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Broadcom’s 5G Wi-Fi chips will triple bandwidth for wireless home networking

January 6, 2014 5:00 AM Dean Takahashi Broadcom is unveiling new 5G Wi-Fi chips for home networking devices that can triple the typical bandwidth for wireless Internet access in the home. The Irvine, Calif.-based chip maker made the announcement at the 2014 International CES trade show that takes place this week in Las Vegas. The new [...]

Aer-Lingus Planning WiFi Connections

Aer Lingus Plans For WiFi Connections On Flights

CIARA O’BRIEN Passengers on Aer Lingus’s European flights will soon be able to log on while airborne, as the company prepares to roll out in-cabin wireless internet access. The service, which is being provided by JetBlue Airways subsidiary LiveTV, will be available from mid-way through next year. Customers will be able to to connect their [...]

SmallCells complete Wi-Fi Connections

Now Trending: Wi-Fi Small Cell Wireless will Be Key to Successful Mobile Deployment

December 10, 2012   By Tony Rizzo, TMCnet Senior Editor Cisco (News  - Alert), an important vendor in the rapidly growing small cell market segment, has recently uncovered a number of trends (or at least has quantified a number of trends that we already intuitively know about) that strongly suggest there will be significant uptake in the small cell market [...]

Wi-Fi Connection Domains

Marketing Opportunities With Wi-Fi Connections’- Technology Domain’s

Wireless LAN companies now have an exciting alternative to marketing their company products and services.  Thanks to, who have accumulated 50 exact match keyword domains, wireless companies now can attract customers with lazer like focus. The domains are all technology related with the focus being on the Wi-Fi industry.  They are being offered as [...]


Remember, Not All VPNs are Created Equal- Protecting Your Wi-Fi Connections

Posted on Monday, October 8th, 2012 by Kent Lawson Most of us probably assume that if we are using a virtual private network (VPN) either at home or at the office, we are completely safe from hackers. After all, who can hack a supposedly encrypted network? Well, it turns out that not all VPNs use the [...]


Is It Possible Huawei Is Stealing More Than Data?

Huawei and ZTE equipment and service deemed dangerous  by the state department. Last Sunday I watched with interest the piece on 60 Minutes concerning Huawei working in the States.  I have a few thoughts. Propaganda does not only originate from outside and against the US.  Some of it actually starts here in the states.   Propaganda [...]

Blue Butterfly uses NFC for instant Wi-Fi Connections

What Does NFC, Wi-Fi And Digital Start-Up Blue Butterfly Have In Common?

What does NFC, Wi-Fi and UK based Blue Butterfly have in common?  First off, they all work together for the common good.   Secondly, the Blue Butterfly app, TapToWiFi has found the right chemistry for businesses and customers to enjoy a “win-win” scenario while using a facilities Wi-Fi connections. Here’s how the process works-  You [...]

Wi-Fi Connections- How are you connected?

Mexican Mobile Users Prefer Wi-Fi Connections

Published on: 5th Oct 2012 Mexican mobile users prefer Wi-Fi networks because the networks are considered faster, more cost-effective and more reliable when connecting to the Internet, according to a Cisco study. The mobile network traffic in Mexico is expected to increase 23-fold from 2011 to 2016, with Mexican broadband users owning 2.85 mobile devices, a [...]


Aerohive Announces $22.5 Million Mezzanine Equity Financing

Aerohive Networks unleashes the potential of enterprise Wi-Fi, enabling customers to stop buying copper, move applications to the air, and maximize workforce productivity. The company’s award-winning cooperative control architecture eliminates costly controllers, saving money and providing unprecedented resiliency, up to 10X better application performance, and an opportunity to start small and expand without limitations. As [...]


Meraki upgrades wireless portfolio for ultra-secure WiFi environments

SAN FRANCISCO – July 17, 2012 – Meraki, the leader in cloud managed networking, today announced a major upgrade to its MR wireless solution. This upgrade introduces Air Marshal, a state of the art wireless intrusion detection and prevention suite. Also included in the upgrade are advanced mobility features and dozens of other enhancements. Air [...]

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