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The promise of 802.11ax – What should we expect?
Posted by Jatin Parekh on Jun 18, 2018
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What is new in 802.11ax
802.11ax promises a lateral progression of the WiFi standard. Until now, all new WiFi specifications were focused on improving the peak data rates. 802.11ax takes a side step and promises higher efficiency rather than higher peak rates. It promises to improve the total throughput in a cell and deliver more data to the clients rather than try to improve the speed at which the data is transmitted. 802.11ax features will be available in 2.4 GHz band as well (as opposed to 802.11ac which was available only in 5GHz).

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How Will the Wired and Wireless LAN Access Infrastructure Landscape Evolve?
Posted by Freddy Mangum on Sep 22, 2016

In today’s mature networking market, there are a good number of wired and wireless networking vendors. They offer traditional hardware pricing, complicated packages, expensive on-premise appliances, and limited cloud managed WiFi solutions. They are trusted logos and appeal to the “play it safe” mindset.

However, there are a good number of organizations that don’t want more of the same. They are looking for something innovative. They are looking for networking infrastructure solutions that offer:

Enterprise Wireless LAN Controllers No Longer Needed. See For Yourself.
Posted by Freddy Mangum on Aug 3, 2016

There has been much chatter over the years on controller versus controllerless WiFi for large networks. No matter your WiFi religion, there is nothing like a real-world use case to see how the market is evolving, and we have an impressive one for your consideration.

Mojo Networks has captured anonymized data from a Global 2000 customer who runs both a cloud managed WiFi and a Cisco wireless LAN controller network. This customer supports large distributed and campus networks in K-12, higher education, enterprise, hospitality, retail, and an array of other verticals. They will eventually roll out one million access points.

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How Can You Reduce Your Overall Enterprise WiFi Costs By Up To 56%?
Posted by Sean Blanton on Jun 1, 2016

We hear this question a lot. The explosion of mobile devices and the increased bandwidth possibilities of 802.11ac Wave 2 mean even greater demands on WiFi networks. That often means more pain for network managers, but eliminating those pains is our goal at Mojo Networks.

8 TCO Advantages for Cloud Managed WiFi
Posted by Sean Blanton on Apr 26, 2016

What factors enter into a calculation of the total cost of ownership of a WiFi network, in terms of money, time, and trouble? Let’s start with the obvious.