AirTight Networks Named by CRN as One of the IT Industry’s Tech Innovators. AirTight’s C-75 802.11ac AP Takes Top Honors in the 2014 Wireless Category. Read more
Rick Farina describes his Wi-Fi investigations at Wireless LAN Professionals Conference Europe in Maastricht, Netherlands 2014. WIPS Read more
Choose your wireless network carefully. Cloud and APs are not all created equal.
Clearly we’re not in Kansas anymore … According to IDC, the growing global Internet of Things (IoT) market is on course to hit $7.1 trillion by 2020. With the rapid rise of connected devices in the IoT landscape there is growing concern about elevated security risks associated with the sheer volume of new devices coming online. AirTight can help you plan for IoT capacity and network traffic, as well as optimal secure coverage across your site. Read more
October 13-15 2014: Wireless LAN Professionals EU Summit #WLPC_EU | video archive available | Keith R. Parsons Read more
Did you know that sales of enterprise-grade wireless LAN equipment with the new 802.11ac Wi-Fi standard are expected to skyrocket over the next four years? This is partly due to the aggressive pricing strategies, according to a report from Dell’Oro Group. Find out why customers should interested in AirTight Networks for their 11AC needs. Read more
C-65 Wi-Fi AP/sensor makes the 802.11ac transition easy and affordable as connected devices proliferate. On September 4, 2014, we announced the launch of our new AirTight C-65, an 802.11ac Wi-Fi point AP / sensor. It eliminates current and emerging wireless security threats and removes the tradeoffs in functionality often associated with upgrading to 802.11ac. Read… Read More
The third webinar in AirTight Networks’ 802.11ac webinar series [available on-demand] featuring Robert Ferruolo. Includes Q&A and video.
Throughput and Client density: 802.11n vs. 802.11ac
802.11ac use cases by Industry
Determining if 802.11ac is the right choice
802.11ac Performance ROI calculator Read more
Following are seven clues to help the delegates resolve this Wireless Field Day 7 riddle.
1) It is personalized
2) There is one for each day of the week
3) Helps you relax
4) Smooth and sweet
5) Travel size
6) Better than a t-shirt
7) Works like magic
The answer to this Wi-Fi brain teaser will be unveiled during AirTight’s #WFD7 segment. Addition insight can be found in Wireless Field Day: Are you ready for Lucky Number 7? As a viewer tuning in, you’ll be able to see which of the delegates manages to solve AirTight’s #WFD7 riddle. More on AirTight via TechFieldDay archive. Read more
Wireless Field Day 7 (#WFD7) is just around the corner and AirTight Networks is pumped about being in the vendor line-up. This is our third WFD and certainly won’t be our last.
You won’t want to miss our session which takes place on Wednesday, August 6 from 13:30-15:30 (Pacific time). Most vendor presentations – including ours – are streamed live at TechFieldDay.com
Can’t make it for the live session? Keep calm and view video recordings of our presentations at your convenience. Read more
Popular literature on 802.11ac describes 40 MHz and 80 MHz operation (channel bonding) as doubling and quadrupling of the data rate, respectively. Every time I saw that mentioned, the following question came to my mind.
When radio transmits over 40 MHz (or 80 MHz) channel, is the total transmit power proportionally increased over 20 MHz to maintain the SNR (signal to noise ratio)? And, how is the data rate multiple with channel bonding distributed over the cell?
This question nagged me like a little stone in the shoe that is impossible to ignore. My subsequent findings from the lab tests show that the popular literature is only partially true. Read on to find out why. Read more