Wi-Fi Certified Easy Connect for Device Onboarding
Posted by Hemant Chaskar on Jul 9, 2018
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Wi-Fi Alliance®  has introduced three new enhancements to security of Wi-Fi, namely WPA3, Enhanced Open and Easy Connect.

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If You Can't Beat 'Em...
Posted by Mike Feibus on May 1, 2018

The industry’s big boys are starting to talk the disaggregation talk. But can they walk the walk?

This spring, HPE’s Aruba, the second-largest enterprise Wi-Fi provider, took aim at Cisco’s all-in-one market approach with its new Mobile First Architecture, which the company described as an open architecture that lets customers mix and match the best tools from multiple vendors at competitive prices. The very same week, networking giant Cisco also began recasting itself as disaggregation-friendly.

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WPA3 Security Enhancements
Posted by Hemant Chaskar on Apr 12, 2018

The current standard for security over WiFi links is WPA2. WiFi Alliance recently announced plans to introduce WPA3 for improvements to WiFi security. While no technical details on WPA3 have been announced, there are clues in the announcement and in the technical literature, to what WPA3 may contain. This blog reviews security protocols, namely OWE and Dragonfly, that are believed to be introduced in WPA3.

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Bigger is Better! Big Data Fuels Mojo Cognitive WiFi
Posted by Jeff Olson on Mar 30, 2018

Mojo Networks is excited to announce General Availability of Mojo Cloud Release 8.6 on March 30, 2018. This release contains many terrific enhancements, but two key features stand out: Big Data platform and Network Alerts.

Open WiFi Success at OCP Summit 2018
Posted by Robin Jellum on Mar 23, 2018

I have been around the networking business long enough to remember the early days of the InterOp trade show, before it became N+I and the other variants. The two things I remember most about it was laying out a thick Ethernet cable the length of the show for the network backbone, and the excitement that we were part of changing the world.

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WiFi Knowledge Summit - A Forum for the Advancement of WiFi
Posted by Nadeem Akhtar on Mar 14, 2018

The 5th WiFi Knowledge Summit was held in Bangalore on March 9, 2018. Billed as a gathering of WiFi enthusiasts and practitioners, the Summit drew an audience of 200+ from 80 organizations. The attendees represented OEMs, ODMs, chipset companies, Telcos, ISPs, Govt. officials and members of the academia.

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Delivering WiFi to Stream Asia - The "UnConference" for Media & Technology 
Posted by Nadeem Akhtar on Mar 7, 2018

WPP's Stream Asia is the leading Asia-Pacific media and technology event. This ‘unconference’ brings together a highly exclusive set of (un)conventional thought leaders from the media and technology industries to discuss the future of creativity, communications and business. This year’s event was held at the Fairmont Hotel in Jaipur, India Feb 28 through March 3, 2018.

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Wireless LAN Pros - Phoenix 2018
Posted by Robin Jellum on Mar 1, 2018

The Wireless LAN Pros conference in Phoenix last week was a great event. Thank you Keith Parsons for routinely organizing some of the smartest minds in WLAN.  I was lucky enough to be selected to present to that august group on why I believe every access point should include a 3rd, non-access, WiFi radio. 

Natural Language Interface for Mojo Cognitive WiFi
Posted by Murthy Jvr on Feb 20, 2018

You may have experience asking the digital assistant on your smartphone to schedule a meeting or provide weather update. What if you could have a similar assistant to ask about the overall health of the network, debug client issues or take corrective actions?  

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How the iOS Telugu bug impacts WiFi 
Posted by Bhupinder Misra on Feb 15, 2018

The latest Apple bug, in which one Telugu character can crash a user's Messages app on any iOS device, also affects WiFi networks.  

If a malicious user creates a WiFi network with the specific Telugu character in the SSID (network name), it crashes the WiFi app (Settings --> WiFi) on iPhones, iPads, and other iOS devices. In our testing, it also renders the menu bar WiFi settings unusable on Macbook laptops.