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A Mojo Customer Story: Merseyrail's Seamless WiFi Experience for Passengers
Posted by Erika Hashemi on Jun 29, 2017

Merseyrail is one of the most punctual and reliable railway networks in the UK, running 800 trains and carrying over 100,000 passengers daily.
Merseyrail is currently 14 years into a 25-year concession managed by local transport authority, Merseytravel. Concession reviews are undertaken every five years, and it was between two review dates that Kevin Lindsay, Business Systems Support Analyst for Merseyrail became aware of the spike in passenger demand for WiFi access and recognized that something had to be done.

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Mojo Cloud Managed Platform Release 8.1 — July 2016
Posted by Sean Blanton on Jul 18, 2016

Happy summer, Mojo World! It’s time again for another cloud release and I want to take some time to highlight a couple of key items. Our goal is simple: deliver superior enterprise WiFi. And though our past releases focused on our cloud architecture built around WiFi analytics and automation, this time we want to hone in on the cool new things our access points are doing to help ensure your WiFi is the best it can be. So let’s focus on two specific additions: Mojo Air and the Mojo Cluster Protocol (MCP).

Radio Resource Management That Never Sleeps
Posted by Sriram Venkiteswaran on Jul 16, 2016

RRM (Radio Resource Management) is a collection of techniques in which access point radios continuously analyze the RF spectrum to do the following:

  1. Adjust the operating channel to mitigate co-channel interference.
  2. Adjust the operating power to optimize coverage.
  3. Provide coverage hole protection by automatically increasing the power when neighbor APs fail.
  4. Ensure clients are evenly load-balanced between the APs, between channels, and between bands.
  5. Ensure clients are connected to the best possible access points (address “sticky client” behavior) by steering them to the right access point.
  6. Ensure air time fairness by making sure less-capable clients do not consume excess bandwidth.