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Ruckus’ new access point leverages .11ax for complex networks
The new offering is ready for IoT and LTE and uses the latest 802.11ax technology.
Cambium Networks launches enterprise-class outdoor Wi-Fi access point
High capacity outdoor Wi-Fi deployments must withstand challenging outdoor environments, such as high winds, rain, and extreme temperature ranges.
Chorus to expand Wi-Fi trials following Christchurch success
Chorus and N4L announced they are expanding a trial that uses Chorus network infrastructure to bring free internet into the homes of students.
Dimension Data and Cisco take anti-poaching tech into Africa
The expansion follows a successful pilot in South Africa which reduced rhino poaching incidents by 96%.
D-Link launches new Wi-Fi range extender
The AC2600 Wi-Fi Range Extender includes four external antennas and amplifiers designed to optimise coverage and maximise range.
Hands-on review: This Wi-Fi router is both aesthetic and effective
The Blue Cave is a dual-band wireless router which claims to provide superior Wi-Fi coverage with a Smart Home friendly look.
Chorus and Spark comment on the impact of last night’s storm
The majority of issues have been caused by power outages.
Dunedin’s free Wi-Fi network complete
The city network offers free gig-enabled hotspots in 15 separate locations across the city – from Mosgiel to Port Chalmers.
Microsoft Azure unveils collaboration with Databricks
“With Azure Databricks, we are able to process 25,000 homes – 10 billion records – in 14 minutes.”
Dunedin is on the road to city-wide free wi-fi
With speeds up to 50 times faster than average public wi-fi, Dunedin’s GigCity wi-fi network is attracting more than 50,000 unique users a month.
Warbiking tour reveals the Aussie city with stellar WiFi security
Only 6% of this city's access points were using no network security at all. But which city is it?
Survey reveals next three years to be crucial for IT in Aussie retail
More than half confided their company would need to adopt new technology within the next three years in order to evolve and stay competitive.
Busy families rejoice! Yet another central hub for your smart home
The new Lenovo Smart Display comes with Google Assistant built into a full HD touchscreen display...
IoT, cryptocurrency, Linux & WiFi hacks: WatchGuard's security predictions for 2018
WatchGuard Technologies has whipped up some key IT security predictions ranging from IoT botnets to Linux attacks.
Netgear debuts DIY Wi-Fi for small businesses
Orbi Pro is supposedly the perfect Wi-Fi solution for commercial locations...
NetWireless cuts network risk down to size with free network audit
WiFi and wireless networks are dangerous, but they’re also an inherent part of your devices, network and your employees’ mobility.
Exclusive interview: Ruckus on public Wi-Fi and A/NZ smart cities
For organisations with a Wi-Fi network with hundreds of thousands of access points, keeping on top of huge volumes of data traffic can be a challenge.
Exclusive: Aruba boss outlines reseller opportunities, new investment and new markets
An expansion into security, broadening the SMB offerings and moving deeper into the core switch infrastructure - Aruba's got big plans for 2018.
Krack vulnerability puts Wi-Fi networks and devices at risk
This exploit requires an attacker to be in the proximity of the wireless device or network in question.
Extending Wi-Fi connectivity in today’s hotels for tomorrow
Although some hotels can afford to offer unlimited amenities, it is key that they provide what all travellers are looking for - reliable Wi-Fi.
Kiwis get ready to Wi-Fly: Air New Zealand trials in-flight Wi-Fi
“We’re launching in-flight Wi-Fi as a trial initially in order to gather feedback and ensure it meets the needs of our customers..."
Why IoT and Wi-Fi testing are crucial for security
IoT devices may be more cost-intensive than they could be if organisations don’t invest in ones that can handle the security complexity.
NETSCOUT says channel partners can add value with Wi-Fi
The company says with more businesses providing Wi-Fi to customers and guests, it’s essential to have adequate troubleshooting capabilities.
Lag? I've never heard of it, thanks to this router
The GT-AC5300 is based on a PC-grade 1.8GHzhigh-performance processor...