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Cambium Networks rolls out Wi-Fi 6 & fixed wireless solutions
The company aims to bridge the gap between fixed wireless and Wi-Fi technologies through its new product lines that provide an alternative to last-mile wired networks.
D-Link releases Wi-Fi 6 enabled smart router
Features the latest in Wi-Fi standards as well as compatibility with Alexa and Google Assistant.
World's best city for WiFi speed and 5G revealed
The study looked at the number of free wifi spots, the average cost of data, the number of restaurants with free wifi, as well as the average upload and download speeds.
D-Link A/NZ launches EasyMesh COVR-1102 mesh system
The kit is one of the world’s first Wi-Fi Alliance certified EasyMesh home and home office mesh router systems.
Cisco sets sights on SMB market with new product portfolio
Rolling out from April, the new products are designed to suit the needs of small businesses and Cisco is ‘doubling down’ on SMB-specialist partners.
Hands-on review: Why the ASUS Dual Band RT-AX88U Wi-Fi Router is like a Formula 1 racing car
We look at the high end 802.11ax Wi-Fi router from Asus, with it's impressive specifications.
D-Link launches new wireless router for remote working
D-Link Australia New Zealand has launched a new wireless router designed specifically for people working from home.
Grandstream adds two new Wi-Fi access points to GWN range
Grandstream’s family of GWN Wi-Fi access points (APs) is now joined by two new additions: a long-range outdoor AP, and a new Wi-Fi AP with integrated internet switch.
Rough times ahead for networking market
Two new reports from Dell'oro Group outline bad news for the networking market in the near future.
D-Link launches Wave 2 Unified Access Points in A/NZ
The devices are designed with SMEs in mind, allowing for deployment of a flexible, scalable Wi-Fi network in sometimes challenging high-density areas.
HP’s new convertible laptop for business
The new Elite Dragonfly is less than 1kg and features optional 4G connectivity. Plus, two new curved monitors.
Telegistics announces distribution agreement with Ekahau
Telegistics strengthens its portfolio with Ekahau’s solution surrounding smart wireless network design.
Three product innovations announced by ADTRAN
After a tough 2018, the telco network equipment vendor is innovating its way into 2019.
Newcastle smart city initiatives win two IDC awards
The City of Newcastle won awards for two of the 14 categories in the IDC Smart City Asia Pacific Awards 2019.
Aruba releases complete Wi-Fi solution for SMBs
Available through channel partners, the Instant On solution is designed for simple set up and management through an app or online portal.
Kiwi Smart City projects win big in IDC Awards
New Zealand initiatives won three categories in the IDC Smart City APAC Awards – Civic Engagement, Education, and Sustainable Infrastructure.
Q&A: Aruba optimises UX through network monitoring
UXI enables IT teams responsible for managing networks, such as office spaces, healthcare facilities and schools, to simulate real-world network usage experiences.
Three new AI enterprise products, services from Mist
New AP uses AI to support 802.11ax, Mist Edge delivers microservices agility to the campus, and introducing AI integrated support.
Aerohive debuts 'FAST' approach to enterprise WiFi
Aerohive is backing artificial intelligence and machine learning as technologies that provide greater insights into WiFi connectivity and features.
inTechnology adds WatchGuard network security to portfolio
InTechnology Distribution will now work with WatchGuard to recruit partners who have traditionally been Wi-Fi specialists.
Ruckus Networks adds four specialisations to partner program
Support, MSP, Federal and CBRS Specialisations enable partners to showcase their value.
Cisco arms customers for the new era of Wi-Fi 6 & 5G
Wi-Fi 6, also known as 802.11ax, is the newest and fastest available version of wireless internet technology to date.
Are WiFi networks putting you at risk?
WiFi names can often be simple, quirky, or downright bizarre – but did you know those names are all it takes for somebody to find out exactly where you live?
WiFi to provide infinite opportunities as the lifeblood of modern cities
It's become virtually impossible to imagine our personal working lives without WiFI, but Ruckus says there's still so much more it can do.