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Wireless Is EdTech’s New Star Pupil

By Doug Cheung

Technology is fundamental to the learning experience while also helping staff perform their jobs efficiently and improving student life. Great education technology (EdTech) depends on great network connectivity to keep information flowing, people communicating, and systems working. The current environment also requires network technology flexible enough to adapt across in-person and online situations, or a […]

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Network Topology for WiFi and More Launched with NETGEAR Insight Remote Management 6.0

By Bret DeCelle

Wireless connectivity is the lifeblood of business. As your business grows, so do wireless and wired networks, creating complexity for network managers. As SMB networks become more complex, IT pros need the ability to gain immediate, accessible and consumable information on their networks across segments, devices, links and clients. Whether it be an SMB owner, […]

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WiFi Start-up Kit for the Entrepreneur

By Doug Cheung

COVID-19 has been a challenge to many people, both financially and emotionally. Lifestyles have changed. Work routines have been disrupted. Scores of jobs in various sectors were eliminated. In recent months, faced with the new reality, hundreds of thousands of people have decided to turn a crisis into opportunity, starting their own businesses to fill […]

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10 Reasons Why Customers Love Our Plus Switches

By Marynel Rapinan

Business networks are growing rapidly. Due to the increased use of Voice-over-IP phones, wireless access points, IP cameras for surveillance, and applications like Internet of Things (IoT), networks need to provide businesses with more control, more security, and easier management. To address the industry’s need for an integrated solution that can meet businesses’ needs, NETGEAR […]

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The Case for Standalone Business WiFi 6 Access Points

By Doug Cheung

The Age of WiFi Networking In the beginning, networks were a collection of hard-wired devices such as Ethernet routers and switches connected to end-point devices – usually computers. There was widespread market demand to connect these networks wirelessly using an industry-standard protocol, to avoid the inconvenience of wires. Shortly before the turn of the 20th […]

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Tolly Test of NETGEAR LAN Switches vs. Cisco and Aruba

By Tolly

There is no question that edge switches have become more sophisticated in recent year. In fact, we now see some edge switches with throughput and failover capabilities that, in the past, one would only find in a pricey, chassis-based LAN switch. NETGEAR commissioned Tolly to benchmark performance, power consumption and non-stop forwarding (NSF)stack failover of […]

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