Wireless Networking Article Archive:
Technology, like time, marches on. For 2014 there’s a new set of tech trends on the radar. Here’s what we see shaking up the channel in the year ahead.
Channel and sales veteran John DiLullo is taking over as global head of sales and channels at Aruba Networks. His charge: lead the growth of next-generation wireless networking.
In a move that can only be described as curious, Chinese IT vendor Lenovo Group Ltd. this week went Hollywood, tapping well known actor Ashton Kutcher as its newest product engineer.
Cisco is giving partners several new ways to sell business modernization solutions to the growing number of clients with distributed workforces using disparate devices.
HP beefed up its Just Right IT partner program with several integrated and pre-designed server, storage, networking and security blueprints aimed at cost-conscious SMBs.
AirTight this week added security features to its AirTight C-60 wireless sensors that can detect cell phone use in restricted areas and alert administrators of the unauthorized activity.
Wireless networking vendor Netgear is debuting a streamlined and more secure 802.11n access point with attractive features for solution providers looking to upgrade their small business customers from existing 802.11g WiFi.
Comcast Business continues to refine its indirect sales efforts, naming a new channel sales executive and introducing a configuration tool for solution providers.
Wireless mesh network vendor Firetide scored a corner-office coup this week, naming veteran Cisco executive John McCool as its new CEO. The move is part of Firetide’s push into high-growth government, commercial and industrial applications with its high-bandwidth mesh software and hardware technology.
We already know what companies like Google Inc. and Cisco Systems Inc. think of patent trolling. Turns out, some politicians aren’t particularly fond of the questionable practice, either.