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ALSO CALLED: Wireless Fidelity, WiFi
DEFINITION: Wi-Fi (short for "wireless fidelity") is a term forcertain types of wireless local area network (WLAN) that use specifications in the 802.11 family. The term Wi-Fi was created by an organization called the Wi-Fi Alliance, which overseestests that certify product interoperability. A product thatpasses the alliance tests is given the label "Wi-Ficertified" (a registered trademark).Originally,  … 
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Ixia Introduces 802.11ac WiFi
sponsored by Ixia
VIDEO: Watch this short video to learn more about a Wi-Fi solution that improves video streaming, data syncing between mobile devices and data backup.
Posted: 27 Feb 2014 | Premiered: 27 Feb 2014

Ixia

Extreme - IndentiFi
sponsored by Extreme Networks
WEBCAST: This exclusive webcast discusses wireless networking solution that allows your organization to provide your users with the wireless performance needed to seamlessly access critical applications and data, even if the workloads are media-intensive.
Posted: 03 Jun 2014 | Premiered: Jun 3, 2014

Extreme Networks

Understanding the Network Impact of 802.11ac
sponsored by Aerohive Networks
WEBCAST: This crucial webcast takes an in-depth look at 802.11ac and the impact it will have on your network, examining current wireless trends along with how you can best prepare your infrastructure for the next generation of Wi-Fi.
Posted: 17 Feb 2014 | Premiered: Feb 17, 2014

Aerohive Networks

Xirrus provides the Australian Turf Club with a High Performance Wireless Network
sponsored by Xirrus
WEBCAST: Access this exclusive webcast to find out how the Australian Turf Club is able to provide high performance Wi-Fi connectivity to its thousands of visitors and how you can experience similar wireless success.
Posted: 30 Oct 2013 | Premiered: Oct 30, 2013

Xirrus

Alcatel-Lucent Unified Access
sponsored by Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise
WEBCAST: This brief webcast examines a unified access solution that allows both wired and wireless to be one network, letting users experience high performance on both Wi-Fi and LAN, improving productivity, efficiency, and worker satisfaction.
Posted: 28 Oct 2013 | Premiered: Oct 28, 2013

Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise

Case Study: Liverpool FC
sponsored by Xirrus
WEBCAST: Watch this exclusive webcast to find out how the Liverpool Football Club provides wireless connectivity to its visiting fans.
Posted: 24 Oct 2013 | Premiered: Oct 24, 2013

Xirrus

Case Study: National Exhibition Centre
sponsored by Xirrus
WEBCAST: Watch this exclusive webcast to find out how the National Exhibition Centre provides wireless connectivity to its thousands of visitors.
Posted: 24 Oct 2013 | Premiered: Oct 24, 2013

Xirrus

Case Study: Liverpool FC
sponsored by Xirrus
WEBCAST: This informative case study discusses how Anfield, home of the historic Liverpool Football Club was able to provide high-quality Wi-Fi access to the thousands of fans that attend the team's matches. Tune in now to learn how your organisation can achieve similar results.
Posted: 23 Oct 2013 | Premiered: Oct 23, 2013

Xirrus

AirMagnet WiFi Analyzer
sponsored by AirMagnet
TRIAL SOFTWARE: AirMagnet WiFi Analyzer is the industry "de-facto" tool for mobile auditing and troubleshooting enterprise 802.11a/b/g/n networks. AirMagnet WiFi Analyzer solves end user WLAN issues while automatically detecting security threats and other wireless network vulnerabilities.
Posted: 08 Jun 2010 | Premiered: 15 Aug 2011

AirMagnet
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WI-FI DEFINITION (continued): …  Wi-Fi certification was applicable only toproducts using the 802.11b standard. Today, Wi-Fi can apply toproducts that use any 802.11 standard. The 802.11specifications are part of an evolving set of wireless networkstandards known as the 802.11 family. The particularspecification under which a Wi-Fi network operates is calledthe "flavor" of the network. Wi-Fi has gained acceptance in manybusinesses, agencies, schools, and homes as an alternative to awired LAN. Many airports, hotels, and fast-food facilitiesoffer public access to Wi-Fi networks. These locations areknown as hot spots. Many charge … 
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