First, let me say that I have been using Google Wi-Fi for over two months now and it has virtually eliminated all of the Wi-Fi handoff problems and all of the dead zones in the house. Let’s get this out of the way early: it’s powerful, it is designed for easy setup and management. Compared to the other folks in the market, it is the price:performance leader by far. But it has some warts too. Big warts. I will continue to use it (for now), but I am not 100% bought in on the long-term strategy. Continue reading
Edge compute has become more prevalent as technologies like IoT are beginning to be deployed and more enterprises are becoming more distributed. Hewlett-Packard Enterprise has a strategy to ensure security throughout the chain, from the datacenter to the edge.
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Open source and networking are getting closer together as more innovation is being driven in the networking space by open source organizations, not proprietary vendors. The Open Networking Foundation and ON.LAB are merging to help drive more innovation by aligning resources.
Mesh networking, a staple in enterprise environments, is finally coming to the home in order to solve some of the nagging issues of coverage and performance. Google is leading the pack but there are plenty of other competitors lining up to try their hand in this space.