With more than 1,200 MHz of unlicensed spectrum available, more than triple the number of high-bandwidth channels available, and freedom from supporting legacy devices, Wi-Fi 6E promises a massive leap in wireless performance and efficiency.
WIFI 6 – – the new standard for wireless networks, with even more bandwidth and security Advantages over 802.11ac Minimize wireless connection failures 3x speed increase Ability to transfer significantly more data Reducing battery consumption by improving energy efficiency Improvements for 2.4 GHz band Integration with 5G networks Since the standard is still being certified,… Read More
A large number of users (up to several thousand) are concentrated in a limited area. Often, such events have a main conference room, which brings together almost all participants (plus speakers, organizers) who need Internet access. You also need to organize Wi-Fi in other rooms with a lower density of users.
Wi-Fi in the office is convenient, but not always secure Office Wi-Fi can be a weak point in your security system. Almost every office has its own Guest wifi solutions, and sometimes there is more than one. In the modern world, it is difficult to do without wireless Internet: few people want to connect laptops using a cable, and with smartphones and tablets this is often completely impossible. However, a wireless network can be a weak point in your IT infrastructure.
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Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) assigns IP addresses to devices on a network. It centralizes address ownership so that no single device on the network has a permanent address. DHCP is part of the TCP / IP suite of protocols and is considered an application layer protocol in the TCP / IP stack.
DNS, DHCP, IPAM – together they form what we often call DDI. They all work together to manage, assign and resolve IP addresses and form an important part of any network.Read on as we explain what each of these components are, what they are used for, and why you need them.
In 2020, the world will spend $ 124 billion on the smart city industry. Citizens can already receive documents, make appointments with doctors and pay fines online. In the future, a lot in smart cities will happen automatically: the application of the polyclinic based on the data from the fitness bracelet will register for a… Read More
Hotel brands of all sizes seeking to create a seamless WiFi experience across their various properties will need to consider a central guest WiFi platform to offset the challenges of disparate systems and service providers worldwide.
Residents of cities where an intelligent transport system has been created or some of its elements have been introduced can feel with their own hands and experience the changes in the transport situation in general and in the operation of public transport in particular.