Technology

How AI and Machine Learning Impact Cloud-Managed Networking: TRANSPORTATION Edition

Over the past few weeks, we’ve been looking at the impact of AI and machine learning on specific industries. As was with mobility, different industries will grab ahold of new technology and leverage it to increase revenue, simplify operations, and increase productivity. Through AI and machine learning, organizations can become faster, leaner, and drive growth. […]

ML-Driven Traffic Insights Available with HiveManager’s Location-Based Services

Real Time Location Services (RTLS) and other location tracking technology have long been utilized within organizations looking to use business intelligence to learn more about effective planograms in retail, asset tracking, and other location-based analytics. The problem is that they are typically complex to deploy, expensive to purchase, and cumbersome to use. Today, we’re excited […]

How Enterprise Networks Benefit from IoT

With the advent of the ‘smart’ products, people’s homes are transforming to leverage the power, comfort, and convenience of AI and machine learning-driven IoT appliances such as smart TV’s, kitchen appliances, and autonomous vacuums. And IoT, much like mobile phones, tablets, and wireless connectivity, which first saw proliferation in our personal lives, is quickly spilling […]

IT Departments: Secure Your Access Network with Aerohive’s A3 NAC Solution

This overview video explains the benefits of Aerohive A3 for IT departments. A3 is the industry’s first cloud-managed solution to control network access and secure all devices, wireless or wired, corporate, guest, BYOD and IoT across your enterprise network. With A3’s advanced feature set and cloud management, it provides the efficiency, flexibility and scalability needed […]

IoT and How We’ve Given Control Back to IT Departments

One of the current IT buzzwords is IoT, which stands for the Internet of Things. We’ve written about it previously when discussing how Aerohive A3 works. “First off, A3 offers a capability called device profiling. Each type of device (e.g. a Windows laptop, MacBook, Android phone, iPhone, Chromecast, etc.) has a unique electronic signature, which is also […]

What is Operating Mode Indication (OMI)?

In previous blogs, we have discussed both downlink OFDMA as well as uplink OFDMA for true multi-user communications between and 802.11ax AP and Wi-Fi 6 clients. In either case, that 802.11ax access point wins a transmit opportunity (TXOP) and is in control of the medium. During the TXOP, the AP uses OFDMA technology to partition a […]

Why OFDMA is the Secret Sauce for Wi-Fi 6

At the Wireless LAN Professionals Conference, David Coleman (Senior Technical Evangelist) spoke about Wi-Fi 6, and why OFDMA is the most important aspect of the new standard. Watch the video below to learn more about Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax), how it works, and why it’s important. Key Takeaways What is Multi-User (MU) in Wi-Fi 6? Transmissions […]

Wi-Fi is Going to Get More Efficient – Why You Should Migrate to 802.11ax / Wi-Fi 6

Since we announced our family of Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax) access points last year, we’ve continued to hear the same simple question from customers. When should we upgrade our network to 802.11ax /Wi-Fi 6? Do we upgrade now, or wait until we have Wi-Fi 6 clients? This question is common whenever a new standard is released […]

The Future of Enterprise Networking: Wi-Fi 6, Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence, and More

Ahead of our 2019 Channel Xperience Day in Amsterdam, Aerohive’s own Alan Cuellar Amrod (Senior Vice President and General Manager – Products and Marketing) was interviewed by Vincent Everts about a multitude of topics ranging from 802.11ax, Machine Learning, AI, Atom AP30, Aerohive Connect, and more.  Top 5 Takeaways: Speed is just a biproduct of 802.11ax. […]

6 Things to Expect from 802.11ax (Wi-Fi 6)

On the CWNP Blog, they published a new post called 6 Things to Expect from 802.11ax that is a great read. If you’re having trouble falling asleep, try reading the draft of the latest standard IEEE 802.11ax. David Coleman, CWNE #4 and Senior Tech Evangelist at Aerohive Networks, jokes that while the 682-page document isn’t […]