New tech ‘catapulted’ electoral management, says IEC
While voters shunned this year’s municipal elections, the Independent Electoral Commission says the tech deployed was the most technologically-advanced.
WiFi management added to WatchGuard Cloud, enabling MSPs to simplify security service deployments across company’s full tech portfolio
The addition of WiFi in WatchGuard Cloud provides cross-platform integration and centralised management of all WatchGuard products.
NETGEAR’s top-of-the-line, tri-band wireless access point
NETGEAR Insight Managed WiFi 6 AX6000 Tri-band is suitable for environments with open spaces where there is a need to provide connectivity to many concurrent users.
ASUS announces Vivobook 13 Slate OLED
The device includes a 13.3-inch OLED Dolby Vision PANTONE Validated touchscreen, quad-speaker Dolby Atmos audio and WiFi 6 with ASUS WiFi Master.
WiFi 6 tech deployed for the first time in SA elections
The latest generation of W-LAN technology was deployed to support the Independent Electoral Commission in running the Local Government Elections 2021.
ZTE records over 100% gain in net profit in H1 2021
For the six months ended 30 June 2021, ZTE achieved operating revenue of RMB53.07 billion, 12.4% higher than a year earlier.
Duxbury shares wireless knowledge through Cambium Connections
The online event will explore the drivers behind next-generation multi-gigabit wireless networks.
WiFi 6 is the future of remote working
WiFi 6 offers far better redundancy, so users don’t need to depend on a single work connection, and it guarantees they can remain productive, says Pinnacle's Nyeleti Shikwambane.
Top seven requirements for a next-gen, edge-ready network
One of these requirements is preparing for IOT and WiFi 6 with data centre-class performance at the edge.
Powerful, affordable new WiFi 6 access point for small business
NETGEAR’s new WAX204 dual band WiFi 6 AX1800 wireless access point delivers easy to set up and manage high-performance business WiFi for home offices and small businesses.
Understanding the different WiFi technologies
A little over three years ago, there was no such thing as WiFi 4, 5 or 6, so where did these standards come from, what is the difference and what happened to WiFi 1, 2 and 3?