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MADGIG.COM  We are a one-stop solution for all of your WiFi technology, communication and mobility needs. We offer survey, design, installation and support.
 
Managed IT Support MADGIG.COM offers complete IT management solutions that take the hassles out of managing and maintaining your critical IT systems. We'll customize a support...
 
Server Installation - Management We are a Microsoft Partner and trained in Microsoft Server management. We are approved Microsoft SPLA provider. No matter what infrastructure you may have...
 
GoBig, Inc  GoBig, Inc. is a platform for retailers, restaurants and others to monetize their WiFi through marketing, advertising, social media and operational services.
 
GoBig Smart Wi-Fi GoBig's all-in-one solution includes WiFi, Data Capture, Email & Mobile Text Software, Rewards/Loyalty Program & Integrated Social Media.
WiTuners, Ltd  WiTuners, Ltd provides real-optimal WLAN planning, on-going performance auditing and automated true performance based WLAN optimization through an online software as a service (SaaS) backed by its advanced Wi-Fi Tuning...
AirTight Networks  AirTight Networks delivers secure and flexible WLAN solutions embedded with the industry's top rated WIPS. Plug-and-play Wi-Fi APs and controller-less architecture eliminates the cost, complexity and inefficiencies of...
 
Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) Protecting the enterprise from the onslaught of personal smartphones and tablets
 
SpectraGuard Enterprise SpectraGuard Enterprise is a comprehensive wireless IPS and Performance Management Solution.
 
Edgewater Wireless  Edgewater Wireless is leading the way in Next Generation of WiFi Multi-channel Wireless Technology.
 
Indoor Wireless Access Points Edgewater Wireless offers a suite of indoor wireless access points designed for a wide array of installation applications. Our proprietary chipset is the...
 
Wireless Outdoor Access Points Ruggedized for outdoor use, Edgewater’s EAP3030-0, EAP3031-0 and EAP3130-0 multi-channel access points are uniquely designed for high-performance,...
Matchbox  Matchbox has developed software for a major US carrier to provide a better experience for their Smartphone subscribers when connecting over their WiFi network. The carrier rolled out a national Wi-Fi network providing...
 
Mobile Software Development We have been at the forefront of mobile software development since the last century, when real smartphone devices still lay in the future. We remain ahead...
Sky-Packets  Sky-Packets, is a forward thinking company whose mission is to provide WiFi mesh technology to Property Managers, Developers, Municipalities, Commercial and Business Districts. With Wi-Fi Mesh, Sky-Packets offers a...
 
Meraki Indoor The Meraki indoor is a wireless mesh access point, gateway, and repeater. Small, sleek, and packed with new features, the indoor is the central building...
 
Meraki Wall Plug Use the Meraki wall plug to cover large indoor areas with unparalleled speed. Simply plug it in to existing wall outlets to expand your network.
 
Cranberry Networks,Bangalore  Developer of Advanced Wireless Solutions Have strengths in Wireless Hardware and Software Helped created advanced wireless systems for SMB/Enterprise Markets Dedicated team in India for support and development
 
Wireless Controller Controller to manage AP
 
Wireless Manager Manage Legacy AP
Aicent  Aicent's innovative mobile data services build a bridge between the IP world and the wireless world, delivering powerful wireless communications services to mobile operators. Aicent serves more than 2.5 billion mobile...
 
Aicent Connection Manager A single client software for all types of networks: Aicent Connection Manager supports both legacy username/password based authentication and SIM based...
Hermon Laboratories Ltd.  Solution for PSTN, Acoustic, xDSL, VoIP, T1/E1 and ISDN PRI interfaces. Includes; VQT (PESQ), Audio, Wi-FI, Bluetooth, CDMA2000/GSMWimax/TD-SCDMA audio testing
 
TCA 4100 TCA 4100 test equipmnet for acoustics testing
 
TCA 8200 TCA 8200 Analyzer is an innovative product that provides the most comprehensive testing solution for telecom access equipment according to world`s major...
Amika Mobile  Amika Mobile is privately held and specializes in WiFi and SMS emergency mass notification alerts, ideal for those concerned with public safety as per FEMA's FPC 65 directive for emergency notification systems. Amika...
 
Amika Mobility Server - Emergency Alerting Edition The Amika Mobility Server provides mobile users with access to email, phone, data, applications and the Internet from any SMS-enabled device. Our real-time...
Pronto Networks  Pronto Networks provides carrier-class Operations Support Systems (OSS) that enables network operators to deploy and manage large public WLAN networks. The company's software handles provisioning, configuration,...
 
 Pronto Point Service Controller (PPSC) The Pronto Point Service Controller (PPSC) is an Internet gateway that allows WiFi operators to control the use of WiFi at their location.  In its default...
 
Pronto Service Controller The Pronto Service Controller (PSC), a component of the UniFi Converged Services Suite, is an intelligent, plug-and-play IP network access controller /...
 
Tanaza  Tanaza allows you to enjoy cloud AP management, thanks to an agent that reaches your Wi-Fi Access Points. Thanks to Tanaza Agent, which can be smoothly installed inside your Local Area Network (LAN) or inside the AP...
 
Centralized Management Manage all your Wi-Fi Access Points through a single centralized dashboard. With Tanaza you can change the passwords of all your wireless devices, add a...
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WiFi - Product Reviews

WiFi (also known as Wireless LAN or WLAN)

WiFi or WLAN’s 802.11n challenges industry to ramp up in a hurry to the new wireless standard.

“This changes everything” is the sentiment from people like Robin Layland, president of Layland Consulting, when it comes to the future of wireless LANs now that the 802.11n standard has been ratified and vendors are pumping out compatible products. “WiFi connect rates jumped up by 6 times and throughput nearly 8 times,” he says about the presence of 802.11n. The new standard’s throughput of 100 megabits per second (Mbps), with even more speed waiting in the wings that could easily top 200Mbps, has encouraged Motorola, Apple, D-Link , Trendnet, Buffalo Technology, Belkin, SMC and Netgear to put out new product lines. For the enterprise, the new standard means that wired networks have a real challenger; wired might well be headed into obsolescence.

Faster wireless networks open the door for high-definition video conferencing, video streaming and, for large corporations, no more running wires to 1500 employees. The age of “No more wired connections” is fast approaching and WLAN’s 802.11n is just the beginning, suggests John Brandon at ITWorld.

Best-in-Class WiFi or Wireless LAN features:

  • For security, office WLANs offer Wi-Fi Protected Access 2 (WPA2) standard.
  • Less signal interference from other devices and better at maintaining connections
  • Range increase to 250 feet up from standard 60 up to 100 feet

Top Considerations before Buying WiFi or Wireless LAN:

Strategy of moving away from “two-network” enterprises (a/k/a wired and wireless) with a cost-effective full wireless LAN upgrade, which offers a single, integrated network with automated network management that could significantly reduce operational complexity.

Key Providers:
 
1. Acclaim Networks offers VPN design, including initial network assessment, VPN integration, employee training, and equipment recommendations for WatchGuard, Cisco and Barracuda and others that employ strong cryptographic standards and offer maximum security of sensitive company information. The company also offers AcclaimWatch Managed Services program (maintenance and support expertise to manage business networks).
 
2. 3Com Corporation  3Com sells networking hardware and software, including LAN-level infrastructure gear (switches, routers, gateways), Internet telephony systems, network intrusion prevention systems, and wireless networking equipment for enterprises, as well as maintenance and support services, for enterprises and public sector. 3Com has three global brands—H3C, 3Com, and TippingPoint—that offer high-performance networking and security solutions to enterprises large and small. In May of 2009, 3Com reorganized its three working groups into two primary businesses: Networking Business and TippingPoint Security Business. No longer active in the consumer and tele-communications carrier markets, 3Com is now focused primarily on enterprise customers. Half of the company's customer base is in China. 3Com was acquired by Hewlett-Packard in 2010.

3. Proxim Wireless (formerly Proxim Corporation; and previously known as Western Multiplex) offers scalable broadband wireless WAN and LAN networking systems which consist of wireless modems, routers, gateways, and Ethernet bridges and are used to expand private networks in homes and businesses, including high-capacity, license-free PtoP bridges from 11Mbps to Giabit Speed. The company also develops wireless network management software, most notably with Intel for WiMAX base stations and subscriber access points. Proxim Wireless was acquired by Terabeam Wireless in 2005. Proxim Wireless.
 
4. TeleCommunication Systems, Inc. (TCS), founded in 1987, provides messaging, location, and deployable wireless communications to both enterprises and government. The company offers commercial services and systems that enable wireless carriers to deliver short text messages, location-based information, Internet content, and other enhanced communication services to and from wireless phones. Its hosted commercial services include E9-1-1 call routing, mobile location-based applications, and inter-carrier text message technology, including the ability for its customers to use software functionality through connections to and from its network operations centers, hyper-local search, asset tracking, social applications, telematics and navigation. Government agencies use TCS's cyber security services and secure deployable satellite solutions. 

WiFi or Wireless LAN
Definition: WiFi, Wireless LAN, or WLAN is a wireless local area network that links devices via a wireless distribution method and usually provides a connection through an access point to the wider internet. Connecting to the internet via a WLAN provides users the mobility to move around within a local coverage area and still maintain connection to the network.

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Benefits of Wi-Fi Sectorization
XIRRUS
Executive Summary TherearemanyproblemsthatlegacyOmni-direc tionalaccesspointshaveincreatinghigh performanceWi-FiTM networks.Xirrushasdeliveredasectorizedap proachtoWi-Finetworking throughtheWirelessLANArray.TheXirrusWire lessLANArrayprovidesthebandwidthand capacitybenefitsofchannelre-use,eliminat ionofhiddennodes,reducedmulti-path,and enhancedRFperformanceinherenttoasectored ...
 
Radios, Antennas and Other Wi-Fi Essentials
MADGIG.COM
Radios, Antennas and Other Wi-Fi Essentials Doesn’t Everyone Already Understand Wi-Fi? Wi-Fi (802.11) is an access technology that connects IP devices to a wired network using wireless radios. The client devices have radios (wireless adapters) that connect to access point (AP) radios. These radios transmit over unlicensed radio spec- trum; either the 2.4 GHz or 5 GHz bands. So how does an IT ...
 
Deploying High Performance Wi-Fi Networks
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Wi-Fi Power Analyzer Helps Wi-Fi Networks Fly
Berkeley Varitronics Systems
As WLAN Technology continues to make its presence known across the enterprise, the complexity of wireless communication highlights the need for extensive functionality testing. Intended for use by network and test engineers or interested network administrators, Berkeley Varitronics Systems has introduce Catepillar, a low-cost handheld frequency and power analysis meter designed for 802.11a, ...
 
Washington State Ferry uses Wi-FI - Case Study
Proxim Wireless
The Washington State Ferry system was in need of a license-free WiMax solution for their entire fleet of vessels in order for them to provide easy-to-use wifi to their passengers. Find out how Proxim Wireless designed a ship-to-shore point-to-multipoint wireless backhaul network for the WSF that could maintain connections within the vessels as they traveled.
 

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