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How Zebra Products Could Impact Your Network

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Learn why common Zebra products benefit a host of organizations, and how these IoT devices may affect your Wi-Fi network Zebra products help teams of all sizes and across many industries, improving processes and increasing workplace efficiency. These devices include hand-held computers, tablets, barcode scanners, imagers, printers, and more, all assisting workers with instant access […]

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Tracing Wi-Fi Experience Issues Back to DHCP

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As you may already know, wireless performance is often affected by the wired infrastructure. Often when people complain, “The Wi-Fi’s broke” many times it isn’t a wireless issue at all. Therefore, looking at end-to-end performance offers a better view of end user Wi-Fi experiences. Another complicating factor is that end user experience is sometimes not […]

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Time to Start Giving Upload Throughput More Respect

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Sharing Digital Experiences is Part of Our Culture I pay my Internet Service Provider for 30 Mbps of download throughput and 5 Mbps of upload throughput. But this unbalanced ratio is no longer valid in today’s world. In 2017, we are not just content consumers, but we are all content creators too. Therefore, quickly uploading […]

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WifiTrek 2016 from New Orleans has come to a close, but not before some incredible presentations from innovative professionals and vendors and took the stage and dazzled us with their Wi-Fi knowledge and wisdom. WifiTrek is hosted by CWNP, the organization responsible for training and certifying Wi-Fi network engineers. The annual gathering brings industry experts together to discuss […]

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In part 1 of our blog on RF automation, we began to compare Cisco and Aruba’s RF automation features using 7signal’s system of Sapphire Eyes and Mobile Eyes for Wi-Fi performance Management. We looked at power levels and channel balance. Today, we are going to continue our comparison by taking a closer look at channel stability, […]

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