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Cometh the hour, cometh the technology

Secure Access Service Edge’s hour has arrived and its policies are destined to redefine the enterprise network and remodel the security landscape.


Cloud tech establishes continuity during a pandemic

Cloud technology enables remote users to be an extension of the corporate network, says Pete Nel, business development executive for Extreme Networking technology at Duxbury Networking.


RV park chooses Extreme cloud technology

Leveraging Extreme’s outdoor AP1130s, the casino and recreation vehicle park is able to provide guest access to its visitors. [Local rep: Duxbury Networking]


Fighting the pandemic: The advancing role of technology

COVID-19 will be a significant catalyst for digital transformation, particularly when it comes to alternatives to personal contact and touch interfaces.


Sophisticated path selection capabilities underpin SD-WAN

Leveraging SD-WAN solutions that use dynamic path selection policies to optimise how traffic moves is critical to accelerating digital transformation strategies.

Jun 5, 2020

What does WiFi 6E mean for future generations?

The FCC recently agreed to open up an additional 1.2GHz of spectrum to use for unlicensed WiFi.


SD-WAN: The wave of disruption

The industry has gone through enterprise SD-WAN waves of infancy and insanity, and is now firmly in the wave of reality.


The treacherous waters of IOT security

Cyber attacks and malware will continue to mushroom along with the number of installed IOT devices, providing an ever-expanding attack surface.


Connectivity in an age where the application is king

The way enterprises manage and control their most essential applications is changing and approaches to connectivity must adapt to meet this change.


Ten things to know about WiFi 6

WiFi 6 is a WiFi paradigm shift, pushing the envelope with regard to WiFi speeds and introducing numerous performance improvements.


Top five business trends driving network transformation

Traditional networks were designed for client-server access to centralised information by a set of stationary, IT-controlled endpoints, but today’s business doesn’t operate that way.


Duxbury Networking adds RF Elements tech to its portfolio

The product offerings reinforce Duxbury Networking’s mission to deliver scalable wireless networks that mitigate interference without sacrificing performance.

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