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Reflections on Wireless Field Day 6

February 6th, 2014

What a week it was with WFD6 edutainment! Great minds from different vendors presented their great Wi-Fi stuff during WFD6. With so much happening, our challenge was to fit in as much update as possible in two hours.

Cloud comes first

Cloud is what AirTight is and will be evangelizing for years to come. Cloud is much more than just making device configurations remotely from a manager hosted in the Internet. Efficiency of cloud operations, provisioning to suit multiple business models including managed service providers and aggregation of services into single sign-on architecture will dictate what cloud Wi-Fi is about. We are focused on exactly this approach and WFD6 was an opportunity to display some of AirTight cloud’s capabilities to a tech-savvy audience. They say that what matters for success in e-commerce business is not just what is online, but what is in the back-office technology and processes. This applies to cloud Wi-Fi too. In order to scale the cloud, your back-end has the biggest role to play.

AirTight Networks Evolution – Cloud & MSP

Our security DNA: wireless intrusion prevention (WIPS)

WIPS business has been our hidden jewel, because we cannot publicly talk about most of customer success stories to abide by their security policies. There are subtle but crucial points which differentiate between WIPS adding value to infrastructure security or just becoming a nuisance due to false alarms. Whenever we get to demonstrate this point one-on-one with customers in bakeoffs, it was always an “aha” moment and they chose us as an overlay vendor on top of other Wi-Fi infrastructure. It is cheaper from TCO perspective and more secure. While that trend continues, now that WIPS is available at no extra cost with AirTight APs, we will see even more enterprises benefiting from it.

AirTight Networks WIPS at Wireless Field Day 6 WFD6

Finally, the great balloon heist

No WFD6 blog can be complete without the mention of our Wireless Field Day balloon. While WFD5 balloon was put to rest during a short off-camera ceremony at the beginning of AirTight’s session, a new contender has already emerged.

Watch the videos from WFD6:

More on AirTight from WFD6 delegates and participants:

AirTight Networks Rising by Lee Badman (@wirednot)
Wireless Field Day #6 – Day 1 Recap by Glenn Cate (@grcate)

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