As the demand for connectivity continues to grow, your customers are looking for a better way to deliver a service to personal and corporate devices connecting to their work network. Of course, this is your problem. You’re the one that … Continue reading The growing customer call for cloud-based network management
If one Wi-Fi stream just about keeps up with your day-to-day devices and applications – what would happen if you had access to four streams at once? Multi-User MIMO (MU-MIMO) delivers the highest available dual-band data rates with multiple Wi-Fi … Continue reading The world is ready: Multi-User MIMO
As with any technology, Wi-Fi is rapidly evolving – becoming easier to use, easier to manage, and boosting performance. This is driven by a demand for uncompromising connectivity. Take a look at the state of the market 20 years ago. … Continue reading The evolution of networking: from on-premise to cloud
Changes to the home will always leave wireless networks susceptible to interference and Christmas decorations are no exception to this rule. Christmas lights will not only affect the wireless environment, but their power adaptors can also interfere with broadband speeds. … Continue reading Why do Christmas lights slow down Wi-Fi?
Check your internet connectionFirst of all, to verify that the problem does indeed lie with your Wi-Fi network and not your broadband connection, connect a PC directly to your router using an Ethernet cable and run an internet speed test. … Continue reading 5 Tips for improving your Wi-Fi performance
In the early days of networking, switches were all pretty much the same. Provided they had enough ports and didn’t fail too often, one was as good as another. Even the name ‘switch’, familiar from its more mundane everyday usage, … Continue reading Why no one was ever fired for buying a managed switch
At the end of October, we spent a few days at Broadband World Forum – an annual conference for industry leaders – where it became clear just how much the way we access the internet is changing. For example, let’s … Continue reading DSL and LTE bonding: the remedy for rural broadband?
Everybody’s doing it Cloud is well on its way to becoming mainstream. This isn’t hype – Gartner projects that the worldwide public cloud services market will grow by 16.5% on last year, to a whopping $204 billion. Wi-Fi has got … Continue reading Is cloud-based network management right for you?
There it is. That grey, spinning ring in the middle of your screen. And it’s taunting you. All you wanted to do was watch your favourite film, in the warmth of your own home. You paid extra for super-fast Wi-Fi … Continue reading Beating the wheel of boredom: how to get less service calls