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Mist Systems built the first AI-driven Wireless LAN (WLAN), which makes Wi-Fi predictable, reliable, and measurable and enables scalable indoor location services like wayfinding, proximity messaging and asset visibility. Now, the Mist next-generation Wireless LAN (WLAN) platform is combined with Juniper’s best-in-class wired LAN, SD-WAN and security solutions to deliver unsurpassed end-to-end user and IT experiences. In addition, the Mist AI technology plays a key role in bringing automation and insight across the full IT stack, delivering seamless end-to-end user experiences and substantial IT cost savings.
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Ekahau Analyzer turns the Device in Your Pocket into a Powerful Wi-Fi Tool! It provides mobility and convenience for troubleshooting the most common network problems — with the mobile device right in your pocket. By using your mobile device as a powerful Wi-Fi tool, you can diagnose your network faster, be more mobile and safer. In addition, it puts a spectrum analyzer in the palm of your hand allowing you to be more mobile to troubleshoot more quickly.
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One of the problems with trying to find a small platform on which to install performance testing software is that it needs to have enough performance to make it worthwhile. A limiting factor of most of the single board computer options, like the Raspberry Pi, is that very few can actually push anything close to a gigabit of throughput, even if they have a gigabit Ethernet interface. They just lack the horsepower. - Enter the WLAN Pi. It changes all that!
The WLAN Pi is a portable wireless analysis and performance testing device. It is a single board computer with a gigabit Ethernet interface that can push almost 900Mbps! This provides a great platform for testing throughput of both wired and wireless networks. There is nothing else like it.
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Gjermund Raaen has been a significant contributor to the wireless community. He has authored several blog articles regarding bits and bytes in the 802.11ax protocol, trying to describe how OFDMA works and how to interpret captured 802.11ax frame. In addition he has put together a WiFi AirTime calculator to visualize airtime usage for OFDM (non-HT), HT, VHT and HE TXOPs. His engagement and questions on social media, webinars, and conferences are pointed directed and are helping make the wireless community stronger.
Blog Site: www.gjermundraaen.com
Rowell Dionicio is a Wi-Fi superhero and does it all from podcasting, blogging, speaking, consulting, to running huge networks. During the day he works as a network engineer in higher education. Outside of those duties has his own consulting side business where he helps organizations with their Wi-Fi needs. On a weekly basis, he co-hosts a Wi-Fi centric podcast with previous Wi-Fi Awards winner, François Vergès. Rowell has a passion for technology and using it to improve our lives, create change, and encourage growth. No matter what he is doing, Rowell delivers interactive, relevant topics with a unique perspective that captivates audiences.
Blog Site: rowelldionicio.com
Peter Mackenzie (President of the WLAN Association) is an internationally recognized expert in Wi-Fi and co-author of the CWAP study guide published by Wiley. Peter is currently the Head of Technical Operations for UK company MarQuest, where he is the principle instructor for the CWNP courses. Peter has taught courses in various countries around the globe. When not instructing courses, Peter provides consultancy services specializing in wireless networking and network analysis, to many industries including local government, education, and retail. Peter also heads up the wireless installation team at MarQuest working with many different wireless vendors and holding many of their certifications, along with the vendor natural CWNE and CWNT certifications. Peter is CWNE #33.
Blog Site: mackenziewifi.com