First Mile Wireless provides integrated, high-speed connectivity that extends the office experience out to oil and gas fields,creating the platform for advanced sense-and respond capabilities that enhance asset productivity and optimization.
Baltimore’s M&T bank Stadium, home to Super Bowl XLVII Champion Ravens, deployed wireless technology to support the NFL’s desire to offer fans a unique and comfortable experience with ‘Anywhere, always-on’ coverage throughout the facility, and added benefits only accessible while at the game. To meet these expectations, the Stadium selected a state-of-the-art active distributed antenna system (DAS) for enhanced cellular coverage and capacity with access to fast 4G LTE data services. Here’s how the Stadium did it!
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Published By: Level One
Published Date: Jan 07, 2011
With LevelOne branch offices in 18 different countries, we're able to share different project ideas from all around the world. Today our branch office, DDC East Africa, shows us how they worked with local systems integrator, Pioneer Technologies, to build several large wireless networks in luxury hotels using LevelOne product.
The Need for Comprehensive Wireless LAN Security: WLANs face many threats that strong authentication and link encryption do not address. Because wireless is a shared medium, it is subject to malicious attacks such as de-authentication broadcasts, evil twin access point/Honeypot. Therefore you need to implement the same protection mechanisms that you deploy ubiquitously on your WAN gateway, on your wireless LAN as well.
Published By: Toshiba
Published Date: Jul 15, 2015
The typical on-premises business environment of a decade ago called for the standard corporate rollout of strictly managed desktop PCs running Windows. And it was considered forward-looking to use similarly configured laptop computers with desktop docking stations, enabling workers to take their computers on business trips or take them home, perhaps to triage email or perform other maintenance tasks during off hours.
This decade has seen rapid changes in the technology world outside of work. We’ve seen the rise of mobile computing devices of all kinds, pervasive wireless broadband Internet access, and an explosion in mostly consumer-oriented cloud-based services. These changes have impacted IT and business computing, just as they have impacted the expectations of users.
Evolve your communications with 3CX Phone System for Windows. An IP Phone System that completely replaces your proprietary PBX, supports standard SIP soft/hard phones, VoIP services and traditional PSTN phone lines.
Examine the common operational and business challenges of traditional desktop management facing SMB organizations, including infrastructure investment and implementation-related IT services and costs. Get a clear understanding how Citrix VDI-in-a-Box, an affordable, predictable turnkey VDI package, offers unique advantages compared to other VDI solutions and why SMBs can now realize the same enterprise-class desktop virtualization benefits.
Examine the top five VDI considerations from an SMB point of view and compare two approaches to implementing VDI: the traditional enterprise VDI architecture and VDI-in-a-Box with a shared-nothing architecture.
This video shows you how the new Citrix VDI-in-a-Box 5 makes deploying virtual desktops easier, more intuitive and simpler than ever before. With a completely revamped administration interface, the latest HDX technology stack, expanded hypervisor choices to include Microsoft Hyper-V and a completely integrated Citrix offering, VDI-in-a-Box 5 makes virtual desktops a breeze.
This video shows you how easy it is to deploy VDI-in-a-Box and highlights all the Citrix products with which it works. You can go from zero to production in under an hour. Its open architecture runs on the most popular hypervisors: Citrix XenServer, Microsoft Hyper-V and VMware VSphere.
Published By: WAV, Inc
Published Date: Jan 30, 2014
Since 1990, WAV has been helping partners to be more profitable and successful in all of their wireless product needs. Click here and find out why WAV is truly the premier distributor for the Cambium Networks product line.
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Published By: AirTight
Published Date: Oct 22, 2014
While 802.11ac and the Internet of Things confer a lot of benefits, they also expose your network to a whole host of security threats. This white paper will describe these threats and address ways in which you can mitigate these threats with AirTight Networks solution.
The battle lines for corporate computing have been re-drawn. Corporate smartphones and tablets are game-changers for solution providers. And with more mobile devices in the office than ever before, opportunistic solution providers are reaping the benefits of jumping on the mobility bandwagon.
From server back-ends and wireless networks, to security, connectivity and cloud-based applications, the mobility revolution is giving solution providers access to the holy grail of reselling, a complete incremental profit pool.
The mobility revolution is upon us. And the market is about to explode, with the details playing out on the pages of CRN's Mobility eZine. Readers will get the details on the changing face of mobility and a glimpse at what the future has to offer. They'll get tips on how to succeed in mobility, a list of the 56 Mobility Vendors they need to know if they want to make a splash in the mobility market, and even a list of the 10 most useful apps to have on a desert Island.
So much is happening today to give you a chance to rethink your wireless architecture. Indeed, you're almost forced to rethink and unify wireless into your overall network architecture. The good news is the payback from such changes in terms of lower IT management costs and increased productivity for your organization's increasingly mobile workforce can more than pay for the effort.