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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Advanced Cloud-Managed WiFi Delivered with Insight 5.11

By Shaheen Kazi

It’s a simple fact that businesses need WiFi, from the smallest home office to the largest distributed network across hundreds of employees and sites. The last dozen meters between wired networks and business devices are increasingly connected exclusively via WiFi. Now more than ever, IT managers or MSPs providing networking services need to be able […]

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Business WiFi Myths: Busted!

By Doug Cheung

All WiFi is the same, right? And if you want something super-fast, you are going to need wired networking? Wrong. Or at least…not always right. WiFi has evolved a lot in the past decade, and some of the more recent innovations provide highly viable, cost-effective alternatives to wired networking. We’re not just talking about the […]

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