Meraki’s Eye in the Sky

Meraki may be the last name you think of when it comes to security cameras. But the engineering effort put into their line of on-premises security devices is very impressive. Tom Hollingsworth takes a look at a couple of their new offerings that they showed at Tech Field Day Extra at Cisco Live US 2019 and gives his perspective on how Meraki sees the world.


Meraki in the Middle – Smart Security Cameras

John Herbert got to hear from Cisco Meraki during Tech Field Day Extra at Cisco Live US 2019. The company detailed their new second generation MV security cameras, which John sees as a entering into a new market for the company. These fall somewhere in the middle between consumer cloud-managed cameras and high end centrally managed enterprise one. In terms of features and quality, Meraki’s cameras approach the high end, but with the same underlying cloud-managed simplicity with which it has approached wireless, switching and security. For John, the new lineup looks “really neat”.


Why We’re Not All Flocking to Mist and Meraki Wireless: The Layer 2 Situation

Lee Badman has nothing against cloud-managed wireless solutions like he saw from Mist Systems and Merakiat Mobility Field Day last month. But he thinks there are some barriers to wider adoption, something he calls the “Layer 2 Situation” in this post. Controller-based wireless may have over stayed it’s welcome, but it does make deployment and changes to large numbers of APs somewhat easier at this point.


Analyzing analytic offerings

Sam Clements reviews some of the recent analytics solutions, including many from Mobility Field Day earlier this year. He looks at solutions from Nyansa, Mist Systems, Meraki, Aruba, and Cisco.


Meraki Is Now In The “F’ACK” Game

Jim Palmer wants his readers to know that Meraki’s FAST-ACK as presented at Mobility Field Day last month isn’t the same as fracking. Instead, this patented technology designed to speed up content from a remote device. He digs into the use of ACK in a traditional Ethernet network, and how Meraki is innovating on this for wireless networks.


Meraki’s LittleTable Isn’t So Little Anymore

Jennifer Huber heard from Cisco’s Meraki team at Mobility Field Day earlier this month. She was impressed with the responsiveness of their Wireless Heath dashboard. This allows her to view the massive LittleTable database and evaluate which client devices are behaving badly.


Meraki at Wireless Field Day

Meraki at Wireless Field Day


New Awesomeness Feature on my list – from Meraki

New Awesomeness Feature on my list – from Meraki


The evolution that will start the revolution

The evolution that will start the revolution


The best (cloud) infrastructure? It is managed from the cloud!

The best (cloud) infrastructure? It is managed from the cloud!


The Meraki Gnome and The Seventh Wireless Field Day Awards

The Meraki Gnome and The Seventh Wireless Field Day Awards


Wrangling a Cisco Meraki Wireless network into VPN duty

Wrangling a Cisco Meraki Wireless network into VPN duty


Cisco Announces Meraki Cloud-Managed Network Service

Cisco Announces Meraki Cloud-Managed Network Service


Cisco / Meraki & Motorola clothing

Cisco / Meraki & Motorola clothing


Meraki: Little Table – Big Ideas For Pokes, Fetches and Queries.

Meraki: Little Table – Big Ideas For Pokes, Fetches and Queries.


Meraki Demo kit

Meraki Demo kit


Building Meraki’s cloud controller architecture

Building Meraki’s cloud controller architecture


Why don’t ALL Wireless LAN vendors do this?

Why don’t ALL Wireless LAN vendors do this?


3 Lessons Learned from Wireless Field Day

3 Lessons Learned from Wireless Field Day


Meraki Acquired by Cisco: now What?

Meraki Acquired by Cisco: now What?