Friday, October 26, 2012 by
In Part 2 of the Aerohive
SKO 2012 pair of blogs (see also Beach Olympics
), we focus on the PEOPLE.
see all the awesome people who make up the Hive, just some really
great shots of some really great people. Enjoy.Smiles and great energy all around.
The original Queen Bee.
Focusing on the...
Thursday, October 11, 2012 by
Bonjour services are very useful for finding and connecting to
local services on the network, like Apple TV’s (via AirPlay),
printers (via AirPrint), file sharing (via AFP), remote audio (via
AirTunes), etc. And using Aerohive’s Free Bonjour Gateway
or Bonjour Gateway
within one of our...
Friday, March 30, 2012 by
Part 3 of 3 iPad 3 Wi-Fi
Performance Analysis – Throughput Analysis (Graphical CDF Statistics)
In the previous two posts – iPad 3 Wi-Fi Reception Analysis – Transmit
and iPad 3 Wi-Fi Performance Analysis – Throughput
– we talked about the differences in power and throughput
Thursday, March 29, 2012 by
Part 2 of 3: iPad 3 Wi-Fi
Performance Analysis – Throughput Analysis (Simple
In the previous post,
iPad 3 Wi-Fi Reception Analysis – Transmit Power
discussed the raw Tx power between iPads and various other devices.
In those results it looked like the iPad 1 trumped the iPad 2,...
Wednesday, March 28, 2012 by
This is a series of three posts – all concerning the
variation and consistency of various Apple iPad models with respect
to Wi-Fi Performance.In this first post, we’ll be focusing on just the output transmit
power of the different devices. This is important because for
accurate and consistent data...
Friday, March 9, 2012 by
I’m not usually prone to hyperbole, but I absolutely think it
goes without saying all the tremendous announcements from Apple
this week have them focused on great product execution (a forte of
the new CEO Tim Cook) with an eye clearly toward the enterprise and
education market domination. Without...
Thursday, March 8, 2012 by
Well, it’s here … Apple’s iPad 3
was announced today! If your
organization is anything like mine, swept up in Bring Your Own Device (BYOD)
consumerization of IT, you’ll be seeing those beautiful devices
land on your Wi-Fi network faster than Devin can say
“controller-less” But with
Tuesday, March 6, 2012 by
I said it in another article
, but it’s worth
Bring Your Own Device (BYOD)
consumerization of IT may be overused as
market terms but they are unquestionably a
trend that is changing network
architectures in almost every enterprise. In a recent
survey by Dimensional Research of 750
Thursday, January 26, 2012 by
Last Thursday, the second draft of 802.11ac
went out for
what’s called a letter ballot. (I think the term “letter ballot” is
an anachronism from back when ballots were actually mailed, with
stamps!) To submit the draft to letter ballot, all the comments
from the draft 1.0
had to be resolved.Ju...
Thursday, October 20, 2011 by
Many developers have tried to address the needs of network
admins – some have developed individual apps focused on a single
function. Others have tried to build groups of functions in a
single app. These are useful reference apps – those things IT
admins might want to have readily available.