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Analyst Angle: The promise of better Wi-Fi with AI

Artificial intelligence, or AI for short, has been described variously as a threat to humanity, a boon to economies, and many other things in between. All valuable technologies solve a pertinent problem. Until recently AI and its favorite children, machine learning and predictive analytics, have...

AI is the end of legacy networking solutions (Reality Check)

What do 42 grocery stores, a large corporate office and a 350,000 square foot distribution center distribution center have in common? They all make use of artificial intelligence. AI-powered Wi-Fi as-a-service enables our company to focus on our core competency, which is to manage...

AI-powered Wi-Fi as a service: part of a $60 billion market by 2025 (Reality Check)

The market intelligence firm Tractica forecasts that the revenue generated from the direct and indirect application of AI software will grow from $1.4 billion in 2016 to $59.8 billion by 2025. Key industries for AI adoption will include automotive, business services, investment, media &...

Nyansa hones network analytics with IoT in mind

If time is money, businesses can assign a dollar value to network performance issues if they know how many hours of work were lost due a network problem. That's the thinking behind analytics software that measures and prioritizes the cumulative impact of performance issues...

Wi-Fi case study: EmployBridge deploys KodaCloud

We've all heard the predictions about Wi-Fi: it will someday connect everything in our homes and offices; it will gather our data and show us customized content and offers; it will help us stay healthy, safe and informed throughout our lives. If Wi-Fi is...

2017 Predictions: Is 2017 the year 5G brings together IT?

Mobile, cloud, IT services, security, the “internet of things,” and mergers and acquisitions are set for potential change in 2017, with 5G playing an unknown role. Editor’s Note: With 2017 now upon us, RCR Wireless News has gathered predictions from across the...

Wi-Fi as a service helps future-proof enterprise networks

Enterprise IT departments have learned a lot about wireless in recent years, with one of the primary things being technology changes fast. While many corporate technology buyers are evaluating the costs and benefits of 802.11ac Wi-Fi, chipmakers are already touting their 802.11ad solutions that...

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