A couple of years ago at Cisco live in Las Vegas Nevada, Chuck Robbins took the centerstage to talk about the future of Cisco. Mixed in through the presentation about growth of the company, new products, new services an so on, was a statement that he made. “Wouldn’t you love to see some highschoolers here […]
Why do we have to wait 45 seconds before getting online?
Building an Internet service provider has three main components. A robust connection to the internet, scalable and capable of supporting all users The transport network to get the data to the end-user A way to connect the end-user to the network. The first part is easy enough to obtain: call a carrier, get a circuit, […]
I had the opportunity to attend one of the larger shows for the restaurant industry, MURTEC 2029 in Las Vegas. Over 500 executives from over 300 brands all across North America were here to take a look and share ideas about some of the latest technology in the restaurant industry. From how to better serve […]
This doesn’t really have anything to do with wireless and more to do with being better at what you do. But I guess you could apply it to wireless too now that I think about it. I learned a lot this week at a training (of all places, go figure!) While it wasn’t a training […]
There is really only one reason that wireless nerds will wake up early on a Saturday morning or be glued to their computers counting down the time to 8:00 AM Pacific tomorrow, Saturday December 15th. Tomorrow morning at 8:00 AM Pacific, registration for the Wireless LAN Professionals Conference in February begins. This limited seat conference […]
Scott, thanks for the friendship and memories. The way that I was introduced to Scott Stevens has a lot to do with urban legend, pioneering Wi-Fi networks, and good old fashioned friendship. In or around 2004, three people were in charge of figuring out how to create a Wi-Fi network in one of the most […]