Networking & Wireless Articles

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Aruba Launches Controllerless WiFi Solution

Aruba Networks has released a new controllerless WiFi solution, Aruba Instant Enterprise, a software solution for distributed enterprises that requires no physical or virtual controllers.

Putting the IT in Team

Here are CT's 5 top picks for how IT shops can help athletic departments increase their visibility, improve efficiency, and develop more winners.

New Wi-Fi Sensor from Fluke Networks Eliminates Need for Ethernet

A company that specializes in network troubleshooting solutions has updated a sensor product line for Wi-Fi network monitoring to eliminate the need for Ethernet cabling.

IT Services Firm Atrion Promotes ForeScout in Security Work

An IT firm that caters to K-12 and institutions of higher education has adopted products from ForeScout Technologies in its security-oriented services.

U Alabama Enhances Wireless Coverage for Football Stadium

The University of Alabama's new distributed antenna system (DAS) has increased wireless coverage and data speeds to mobile device users at the institution's Bryant-Denny Stadium.

Tuning the Wireless

CT examines the 6 biggest challenges to improving wireless service on campus--and learns how three schools are forging solutions.



Connecting the Dots in DAS

With the use of smartphones soaring, distributed antenna systems (DAS) offer schools a way to improve cellular service, even in the most problematic corners of campus.

Arcadia U Shifts to Aruba for Wireless LAN

An infrastructure upgrade at Arcadia University in Philadelphia has replaced gigabit Ethernet with 10 gigabit fiber optic cabling and a predominantly Cisco-based wireless network with a new one built on Aruba Networks gear.

Community College of Baltimore County Beefs Up 'Fab Lab' Network

CCBC enhances the network services at its Fab Lab to meet the growing bandwidth demands of the students, faculty, and community members using the high-tech digital fabrication workshop.

10 Do's and Don'ts of Outsourcing the ResNet

Students living on campus demand ever-increasing levels of network bandwidth, coverage, and services. When tackling a residential networking overhaul, consider these best practices.