I recently joined the advisory board for M2M Evolution magazine, a new publication from TMC. I will be a regular contributor for the magazine, which provides in-depth coverage of the shift toward greater connectivity in the rapidly expanding machine-to-machine environment.
If you happened to miss the live event, don't miss this on-demand webinar from RIS News and Gartner: Retail at the Speed of Change: 5 Major Trends Uncovered from the RIS/Gartner Tech Trends Study.
With our latest Cradlepoint in Action Facebook photo contest we challenged our customers to demonstrate how they connect, and they showed up.
With the recent 4.1 and 4.2 firmware releases, we have bulked up our arsenal of advanced routing protocols, adding all of the following protocols to Cradlepoint COR and to the MBR1400 and ARC MBR1400:
VRRP – Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol STP – Spanning Tree Protocol Dynamic Routing Protocols: RIP – Routing Information Protocol OSPF – Open Shortest Path First BGP – Border Gateway Protocol
One of the salesmen who sits near me likes to say that he's "saving the world, one router at a time …" He means it tongue-in-cheek, of course, because while things like business continuity solutions and really awesome 4G-powered digital signs are, well, really awesome, they aren't exactly curing cancer or eradicating poverty …
Many in the enterprise world are moving toward implementing 4G networking solutions to run critical applications. That's a wise move that can increase uptime and save money – if the 4G solution is truly enterprise-ready. What are some of the key considerations when integrating 4G into a business's network infrastructure?
It starts with the right solution.
Treefort Music Fest (think South by Southwest, except in the Pacific Northwest) was a huge success again this year as thousands converged to watch more than 260 bands perform in downtown Boise.
Everyone loves March Madness. The passion, the energy, the hustle. The pressure of one-and-done. Dramatic comebacks. Last-second heroics. David vs. Goliath. Trash-talking. Bracket battles.
Oh, and networks that crawl to a halt because everyone is streaming NCAA tournament games.
By now, you've probably seen this crazy play from this highschool state basketball championship in New York. It's been on ESPN. It's been everywhere. And if you haven't seen it, do yourself a favor and watch the video.
When Mt. Vernon disrupts New Rochelle's last second effort to score the game winning basket, New Rochelle's failover solution kicks in to win the game. Failover, it's kinda like that. Check it out.
Software Defined Networking (SDN) has been an area of rapid innovation for the last three years. For IT managers faced with managing complex distributed networks, cloud-based SDN offers the promise of more efficient management, improved reliability, lower capital investment and operating costs.