Putting Mojo in Your Benchmark Testing

Posted by Robert Ferruolo on Jun 29, 2016 10:00:00 AM

So Many Variables, So Difficult to Control

Wireless testing is hard. Any variable can change the results. This post is for those of you who are interested in WLANs and comparing the myriad AP performance tests published by AP vendors, third-party test labs, universities, and anyone who has an AP and a client.

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Topics: WiFi, WLAN networks, testing

Without Classroom WiFi, STE(A)M Doesn’t Exist

Posted by Rick Wilmer on Jun 27, 2016 12:00:00 PM

Since the introduction of the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) and STE(A)M (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math) movements about 10 years ago, there has been a focus on making sure that our students in the United States receive a great education to stay competitive in a worldwide market.

For me, the STE(A)M movement has a deeply personal connection. My background is in engineering and technology, my degree from Cal Berkeley is in Chemistry, which lead me to a 25-plus year career in technology. My education and career path have been very “left brain” (i.e. logical, analytical) focused. What I discovered over the years is that my “right brain” (intuitive, thoughtful, creative) not only needs a release but that giving that part of my mind regular exercise makes me better at my job.

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Topics: Education, STEM, ISTE, ISTE2016, C-130, STE(A)M

Why You Need a Tri-Radio AP for the Best Real-Time Application Experience

Posted by Sriram Venkiteswaran on Jun 23, 2016 10:00:00 AM

Last week, Mojo introduced the C-130, the industry’s first tri-radio Wave 2 access point with a 2x2 802.11ac third radio. (In an earlier post, Hemant Chaskar explained the security benefits of a 2x2 third radio.) In this post, I will show how that third radio provides significant performance improvements, especially for enterprises running voice and video over WiFi.

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Topics: access points, C-130

Why 802.11ac Wave 2? Speed and Capacity

Posted by Robert Ferruolo on Jun 22, 2016 10:00:00 AM

WiFi, like walkie-talkies, uses a shared medium. Only one device can effectively transmit at a time. When two people talk on walkie-talkies at the same time, neither is understood. The serial nature (one transmission at a time) limits the capacity of the channel. Capacity can be increased by having users talk faster, or by compressing what is said by using abbreviations for words or phrases. (OMG, this blog post has TMI!)

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Topics: WiFi Access, Wave 2, MU-MIMO

Why Your Access Points Need a Third 2x2 11ac Radio for Security

Posted by Hemant Chaskar on Jun 21, 2016 10:24:44 AM

WIPS monitoring requires scanning all WiFi channels in round-robin fashion to detect threats and vulnerabilities. This scanning can be in one of two forms:

  1. background scanning, in which a radio that provides WiFi access service intermittently scans off-service channels, or
  2. dedicated scanning, in which a radio is dedicated to security and does not provide WiFi access service.

For enterprises that desire strong WIPS security and/or those that deploy real-time applications, background scanning isn’t adequate for the following reasons:

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Topics: WiFi, Security and WIPS, 802.11ac, Wave 2, C-130

Introducing the C-130: the Best-Priced, Highest-Performing 802.11ac Wave 2 Access Point

Posted by Freddy Mangum on Jun 16, 2016 10:00:00 AM

As a leader in secure cloud managed WiFi, we look to introduce products that push the envelope in the industry. With that in mind, we’re extremely excited and proud to introduce the C-130 for a few key reasons.

First, the C-130 is the most powerful, versatile, and multi-purpose tri-radio 802.11ac Wave 2 access point. Second, Mojo Networks pricing makes the C-130 the best option on the market, even better than dual-radio access points.

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Topics: access points, C-130

Easier WLAN Troubleshooting with Wireless Manager’s New Monitoring Tab

Posted by Sean Blanton on Jun 7, 2016 9:59:33 AM

Hello, Mojo world! As you saw, in April we had a new release that brought new features to our access points and our cloud. Today I want to hone in on Mojo Wireless Manager’s new Monitoring tab. We recognize that the average IT organization spends almost 80% of their day on monitoring and troubleshooting, and that with the growing demand for fast, reliable WiFi it’s paramount that you see what’s happening everywhere, so you can take action fast.

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Topics: WiFi, WLAN Troubleshooting, Mojo Wireless Manager, Monitoring

Easy WiFi Network Planning: Announcing Mojo Planner v6.0

Posted by Abhinav Mathur on Jun 2, 2016 10:00:00 AM

Simplify Your WLAN Planning

Mojo Networks recently announced the new version of Mojo Planner, a Windows-based predictive wireless LAN planning tool for our customers and partners. It optimizes your WLAN based on WiFi coverage, capacity, and security.

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Topics: WLAN planning, WiFi network deployment, Mojo Planner

How Can You Reduce Your Overall Enterprise WiFi Costs By Up To 56%?

Posted by Sean Blanton on Jun 1, 2016 12:30:00 PM

We hear this question a lot. The explosion of mobile devices and the increased bandwidth possibilities of 802.11ac Wave 2 mean even greater demands on WiFi networks. That often means more pain for network managers, but eliminating those pains is our goal at Mojo Networks.

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Topics: WiFi, TCO, ROI

Stop Getting Ripped Off: Don’t Overpay for Enterprise Grade WiFi Access Points

Posted by Rick Wilmer on May 12, 2016 11:00:00 AM

Your current WiFi vendors are making a fortune on your back. They’re overcharging you, keeping you tied to on-premise controllers, and limiting your choices. They’re doing what’s best for them and not what’s best for you, all under the premise of “enterprise grade” and “high performance” marketing jargon.

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