Metageek Plus/Pro and Rampart

Jake Snyder is a familiar face at Mobility Field Day and we were thrilled to have him return for our event over the summer. He’s been familiar with MetaGeek for a while, and had kind of wrote off their solutions set. But after seeing their presentation at Mobility Field Day, but was really impressed by the value of their Rampart tool as part of their Metageek Plus and Pro subscriptions. Be sure to check out the post for the details that changed Jake’s mind on the company.


The Contention Window: S1E13 : MFD4 Hodgepodge & Wrapup

Scott Lester and Jake Synder were both at Mobility Field Day over the summer. The event provided a wealth of information on the latest in wireless and mobility. Be sure to check out both of them on this episode of The Contention Window, where discuss what they saw at the event.


Wearing Superhero Capes Around the Office

This summer, Cape Networks presented at Mobility Field Day in Silicon Valley. Jake Snyder was there and wrote up how their wireless sensor helped resolve some persistent issues at work with newly installed APs. While not without issue, recent software updates have expanded the devices capabilities, which combined with great customer service makes it a worthy addition to a wireless professionals utility belt.


Blogging and Vendor Blowback

Jake Snyder shares a post about the difficulty of being a blogger while working in enterprise IT.


Mojo Networks: Driving Value With Open Hardware Standards

Jake Snyder sees Mojo Networks going in the right direction with their open hardware approach at their Mobility Field Day presentation, saying, “wireless access is not enough. You have to do more to show value.” He was impressed by CEO Rick Wilmer’s opening presentation, setting the stage for Mojo to show the ways in which they differentiate themselves with their cloud management, machine learning and wireless security.


Mist Systems: A first look

At Mobility Field Day, Jake Snyder was pleasantly surprised by Mist Systems. In this post he talks about the easy to use, well-designed dashboard as well as the AP41, which Mist sent to all delegates before the event. Jake was very impressed by the AP41, saying it ran flawlessly with no connection issues whatsoever, only lamenting that the lack of issues did not allow him to see the AI part of Mist’s product in action.


One week to MFD2: What’s in store

Less than a week from Mobility Field Day, Jake Snyder introduces what he will be looking forward to from each presenter. This includes Mist Networks’ approach to big data analytics, Cape Networks’ cloud based wireless network monitoring, as well as the future plans of Nyansa, Mojo Networks, and Netscout.


CMX Cloud with Mobility Express is here

CMX Cloud with Mobility Express is here


Aruba AP 330: Resilience and RF Performance in the Access Layer

Aruba AP 330: Resilience and RF Performance in the Access Layer


Cradlepoint as a Backup WAN

Cradlepoint as a Backup WAN


Transmit Failure: #WFD8 and the ACMA

Transmit Failure: #WFD8 and the ACMA


Post WFD7 RX-SOP Musings

Post WFD7 RX-SOP Musings


Avaya: Building the Shortest Path Bridge

Avaya: Building the Shortest Path Bridge


Airtight and Scrape: An Interesting Social Wifi Use Case

Airtight and Scrape: An Interesting Social Wifi Use Case


Why SDN is coming to a wireless network near you

Why SDN is coming to a wireless network near you


Airtight Networks: A look at WIPS Part 2 – Over the Air

Airtight Networks: A look at WIPS Part 2 – Over the Air


Airtight Networks: A look at WIPS – Part 1

Airtight Networks: A look at WIPS – Part 1


Onward to Wireless Field Day 6

Onward to Wireless Field Day 6


WLW051 – It’s All About the People

WLW051 – It’s All About the People


Begun, the Chipset Wars Have

Begun, the Chipset Wars Have