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What, wireless security violation over flower vase?

November 26th, 2009

Ever cared to take objection to someone putting flower vase on the table in your office, as it violates your wireless security policy? That is preposterous, isn’t it? Not any more. Look at the artistic WiFi router design from STC.

stc-wireless-router

So next time you see a flower vase on someone’s table, you have to “check it out” to ensure that it is not a rogue AP in the enterprise network.

Just a thought, can the flower stems also serve as antennas?

Hemant Chaskar

Hemant Chaskar is Vice President for Technology and Innovation at AirTight. He oversees R&D, product strategy, and intellectual property.Hemant has more than 15 years of experience in the networking, wireless, and security industry and holds several patents in these areas.

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  1. March 19th, 2010 at 00:06 | #1

    This is very interesting. Is this on sale somewhere?

  2. Manik
    November 26th, 2009 at 04:24 | #2

    STC stands for Saudi Telecom Company and it is the leading telco in the Kingdom. This can be a 3G-WiFi router as well!!

    In that case your laptops will connect directly to the internet, no need to fetch a working ethernet cable.

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