The last session on the first day of Wireless Field Day 5 was spent with Timothy McCreery and Jay Botelho of WildPackets and it got crazy. There were packets flying everywhere as Jay took us through the soon to be released OmniPeek 7.8 with support for 802.11ac.
!(http://https://www.techvangelist.net/content/images/wfd5/xirrus-ufo.jpeg) Xirrus came out and tried something new this morning for their inaugral session at Wireless Field Day (or any Tech Field Day event for that matter). First they gave a brief solutions overview with lots of stats. Typical deployments […]
!(http://https://www.techvangelist.net/content/images/wfd5/cloudy-with-a-chance.png) Aerohive is a pretty unique company, they’re a bunch of troublemaking wi-fi whisperers (I can’t remember who said wi-fi whisperers earlier today, but I’m taking it and claiming it as my own) who love to shake the competition up […]
During the first session of Wireless Field Day 5, Fluke Networks announced a slew of upgrades to the AirMagnet Survey software package. They geared the updates towards the coming torrent of 802.11ac devices and are touting the ability to measure […]
Warning: I’m angry about this. I’m ranting. I’m sitting here at Airtight Networks for Wireless Field Day watching a demo of their new wireless networking offering. Right off the bat all the delegates in the room noticed one thing, HTML5 […]
This week I will be joining a group of incredibly talented individuals in San Jose for another installment of Tech Field Day. The vendor line up is interesting this time around. We’ll be introduced to a company that has not […]