Category: Hardware

Hardware, Software

Cradlepoint extends SD-WAN to first responders with new router

February 23, 2018

Via: RCR Wireless News

Cradlepoint unveiled a solution package for its NetCloud service, which includes a new router intended to bring the benefits of software-defined wide area networks (SD-WAN) to first responders and related fleet-based organizations. First responders rely on 4G LTE technology to […]


5 top hardware-based Wi-Fi test tools

February 2, 2018

Via: ITWorld Networking

Software tools for testing Wi-Fi can run on a laptop, but dedicated hardware tools offer the convenience of a sometimes less cumbersome form-factor that are compact enough to fit in the pouch of a laptop bag. This article looks at […]


Synchronize Network Management Parameters across Network Devices

January 23, 2018

Via: ipSpace

While I have stock homework assignments prepared for every module of the Building Network Automation Solutions online course I always encourage the students to pick a challenge from their production network and solve it during the course. Pavel Rovnov decided […]


Google to expand cloud infrastructure with undersea cables

January 17, 2018

Via: RCR Wireless News

Google announced Tuesday it is expanding its global infrastructure with the addition of three new submarine fiber-optic cables and five new cloud computing regions to be launched later this year. The five new areas Google is adding to its infrastructure […]


What to do about internet-connected toys?

January 4, 2018

Via: CSO

This holiday season, the Internet of Toys brings a new twist to the world of technology and children. While the connectivity and “intelligence” of these new and exciting interactive toys are amazing, they are also their greatest weakness. It’s important to be […]

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What to consider when searching for the best NAS

October 5, 2017

Via: James Hughes

Network attached storage or NAS is a technology that functions as a network node in a box. Without implying the same complexity of a file server, this storage system has a greater storage capacity and network administrators (and applications or […]


Report confirms on-premises data center spending declined

September 21, 2017

Via: Networkworld Software

Just a month ago we had research that indicated on-premises data center investments were dropping in priority as companies moved to the cloud. Now a second report confirms this suspicion that companies are de-emphasizing their on-premises data centers in favor […]


AT&T outlines plans for drone use

September 7, 2017

Via: RCR Wireless News

AT&T is already using unmanned aerial vehicles to survey and inspect cell towers, and now the carrier is investing in software to help drones autonomously repair tower equipment and carry radios to places where network traffic is heavy. Right now, […]


Are Smart Wearables Right for Your Business?

August 31, 2017

Via: Toms IT Pro

Start-ups around the globe and virtually every major tech company have developed smart wearables of some sort — watches, fitness bands, smart clothing, eyewear and much more. While these gadgets and gizmos are still relatively young and consumer focused, the […]


Verizon’s New SmartHub Combines WiFi Hotspot and Smart Home Control Interface

August 29, 2017

Via: The Fast Mode

Verizon has introduced a new 4G LTE router that provides a combination of WiFi hotspot and smart home control interface for $199.99 or $99.99 with a two-year contract. Dubbed as SmartHub, it allows customers to keep their existing home phone number […]