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What in the world do Cisco IOT, Xilinix SmartNIC network cards, a Movie theater, and storage have in common? A can of worms. Which is exactly what Tech Field Day brings to the table at each of their events. This go 'round, I was invited to contribute as a delegate for Tech Field Day 24.... Continue Reading →
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Should a fiber optic deployment strategy be part of an overall digital inclusive community plan? Absolutely. It’s one component out of many that should be considered. But that doesn’t mean fiber to the home is a necessity, nor does it mean that fiber is the end-all-be-all solution for solving the problem of the digital divide.
Wi-Fi Predictive Analysis is the process where you use software to design a wireless LAN or network predicatively by taking in information about the location that Wi-Fi is requested. In order to get accurate information from a predictive analysis, you need to provide quality information up front! This is an older video, but I wanted... Continue Reading →
I thought I would take a second to post and share this. I’m looking at some Meraki MR 70 units, which is their outdoor version of the popular MR 33 access point. It seems like a pretty cool fit for a low-cost, outdoor Wi-Fi deployment. After opening the box, I realized there were only a... Continue Reading →
Please note: Text transcript below is unedited and may not be entirely accurate. Today I want to talk about what's working for outdoor Wi-Fi when it comes to the foodservice industry we've seen a lot of people that have started to do curbside delivery curbside picked up a lot of outdoor payment processing a lot... Continue Reading →
Please note: Video transcript below is unedited drew lentz the wireless nerd and today I want to show you something I'm working on behind me you see the Meraki MV 32 camera now this is the fisheye lens camera and then sitting on top of this tripod using our camera stand adapter the thing was... Continue Reading →