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Guerilla Engineering Part 2
Welcome to the second installment of our “Guerilla Engineering – Tales from the Start-Up Trenches” series of blog posts. This edition is half bravado and half ingenuity with […]
Comcast’s new Wi-Fi solution only solves half of the problem
For a moment it seemed that Comcast had listened to our plea to service providers. At CES the company previewed its new smart home platform designed to make the onboarding of Wi-Fi […]
What’s ahead in 2017? – XCellAir Trends Blog
2017 presents a wealth of prospects for the wireless industry, especially as operators seize opportunities in the home. But all will not be so easy if operators cannot overcome the […]
You Likely Need More than One Wi-Fi AP
I’d like to start off by saying how excited and humbled we are with the overwhelmingly positive response to our Home Wi-Fi Advisor tool. Both the number of press outlets covering […]
BestBuy wants to help Home Wi-Fi Engineer
For consumers, internet means Wi-Fi and that’s the technology of choice for their entertainment & work to security & convenience at home. In the quest to solve the home […]
Battle of the bands – do you have the best, the fastest or the strongest Wi-Fi?
Comcast recently claimed to have “the fastest internet in America”. A pretty big and bold claim – and one that was quickly retracted thanks to the National Advertising Division […]
ISPs must fight for their place in the home
Walk into your local Best Buy and another device is fighting for space alongside the 4K televisions and ever-thinner laptops: routers. It was once the case that these devices were […]
Ofcom’s plans aren’t enough – service providers need to manage Wi-Fi congestion
How do you solve a traffic jam? If the traffic on a road is congested during rush hour every day, what measures should the authorities take to manage the road better?
A very […]
Ring’s Single Point of Failure
Pop quiz… what do a recent CBS Good Morning segment, the Wall Street Journal, and the best man from my wedding all have in common? They all provided the Wi-Fi based, camera-enabled […]
Future of Home Networking – Single Play?
As my wife and I prepared to move house, I was given the task of making sure the Wi-Fi would work in every corner of our new home – not just because I am the techie of the house, […]
Huge Data Bills from Apple IOS9 Wi-Fi Assist – I’m Skeptical
The pendulum of love and hate for Apple devices swings ever more quickly. In the spirit of full disclosure, I tend to be an Apple fan over Android, but I’m far from an Apple junkie […]
How to NOT Hate Business Travel – Posted from SW Flight 900
If you’re like me you spend way more time in the air and away from home than the average working adult. Some years have been crazier than others, but for the last 7+ it’s been […]
Taking Connectivity for Granted – Cuba’s 35 WiFi Hotspots
Every once in a while you read a few articles over a few days and realize how easy it is to take the good things you have for granted. I not only rely but revel in connectivity – […]
Business Dinners – Someone take charge please!
As promised we’ll periodically have blog entries that have little to do with technology or industry news. This here is the inaugural one. We all have numerous business dinners […]