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NetCommWireless wins innovation award
NetComm Wireless has taken out the 2015 ACOMM Award for innovation for the fourth year in a row.
Gisborne puts its hand up for Round 2 of Government broadband funding
Gaps in connectivity: “We’re also asking for existing wireless networks to be strengthened to get better speed and capacity.”
Is your workplace ready for GenMobile with their BYOD obsession?
Many businesses are ill prepared for the high-risk, security-indifferent mind-set of the GenMobile workforce.
Wi-Fi networks more important now than ever before
Increased adoption of the Internet of Things and Bring Your Own Device is resulting in growing demands for Wi-Fi networks.
Wi-Fi Aware: Enabling a better connected world
"Wi-Fi Aware has the potential to put Wi-Fi at the forefront of those experiences, enabling social and local applications to come to life."
Auckland Council WiFi - gateway to 'objectionable' material
"Nothing is 100% foolproof," - Auckland Council explains how explicit images can be accessed using its WiFi service.
Public Wi-Fi - how risky is it?
“The hackers collected detailed browsing history, VoIP calls, email accounts, contacts, online financial services, email and social media accounts."
Fortinet acquires Meru Networks, looks to enterprise Wi-Fi market
Fortinet has closed its acquisition of Meru Networks for an approximate $44 million in cash. Meru employees officially join Fortinet.
Ruckus Wireless launches smart Wi-Fi bridging system
"The P300 represents one of the most advanced Wi-Fi bridging solutions on the market today.”
Wi-Fi calling gaining traction with consumers
"Wi-Fi calling is affecting communication behaviour among those already using it and providing consumers with a number of benefits."
Netgear launches cloud IT service platform and wireless module
Netgear has launched a cloud-based IT service platform for resellers and end-users, with its first module providing centralised Wi-Fi management.
Wi-Fi in schools: how safe is it?
With Wi-Fi becoming a standard, questions are raised on the health implications of wireless networks.
Windows 10 WiFi Sense: Security risk?
The Windows 10 feature WiFi Sense is raising security concerns due to the fact that it automatically shares WiFi passwords with a user’s contacts.
Data#3 takes majority stake in WiFi analytics company
Data#3 has upped its investment in Wi-Fi analytics company, Discovery Technology, to take a majority stake in the company.
Hands on review: HP Elite X2 1011 G1 Hybrid Tablet Laptop
I can recommend the X2 for those who want that ability to go from desktop to laptop to tablet without using a multitude of devices.
Tomizone, AU$5 million the richer, executes growth plan
Kiwi Wi-Fi company Tomizone is gearing up for a major assualt on international markets after securing AU$5 million in public capital funding.
An iPhone controlled BBQ?? Are you kidding????
Green Mountain Grill sports a Wi-Fi access point and is iPhone controlled. It's an improbable combo, but in use it worked well.
VoIP and IMS market hits $1.3bn
The carrier VoIP market is off to a strong start in 2015 and shows no signs of letting down, with more providers expanding their offerings.
Hills top dog for Ruckus Wireless
Hills has taken out the Distributor of the Year award for Ruckus Wireless, after helping grow the vendor’s Australian revenues by 30% year on year.
Tomizone eyes major expansion following capital raising
Kiwi managed Wi-Fi service company Tomizone completes AU$5 million capital raising today as international sales pipeline 'explodes'.
Could Google upset the mobile Apple cart with Google Fi?
“If you want to become a millionaire, buy into telecommunications - just make sure you’re a billionaire to start with.”
Dell-Aerohive deal to counteract HP-Aruba acquisition?
Dell will resell Aerohive wireless products, boosting its portfolio in the wake of HP's acquisition of Aruba.
Connector Systems' deal brings WaaS to resellers
Connector Systems' resellers can now offer a WiFi-as-a-service offering, after the distributor inked an exclusive distribution deal with CloudRuckus.
Cloud-based Purple WiFi sets it sights on ANZ
Cloud-based social WiFI provider Purple WiFi has today announced its expansion to Australia and New Zealand.