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Giving Cable Providers a Little Love

May 11th, 2015 Posted by 2015, Blog No Comment yet

Okay, you’re probably NOT in love with your local cable providers. You think they block free market competition, jack up the prices, provide poor customer service and keep your Internet service slow on purpose. These are the complaints that litter the Internet. I’m not here to debate the complaints – some are valid while others […]

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What’s so Hot About Hotspot 2.0 (Passpoint)

December 4th, 2014 Posted by 2014, Blog No Comment yet

Hotspot 2.0 (Passpoint) is a comparatively new term in the Wi-Fi space. Branded as Wi-Fi Certified Passpoint™, the Hotspot 2.0 standard was driven by the Wi-Fi Alliance and Wireless Broadband Alliance, and created in partnership with mobile device manufactures, network equipment vendors and operators. (Read More)

You’ve Got the WiFi App, Now Get the Data

December 18th, 2013 Posted by 2013, Blog No Comment yet

  WiFi is everywhere – but are the companies providing it really benefitting from it as much as they could be? According to a report by research firm Informa, the number of WiFi hotspots will grow to 5.8 million globally by 2015.  Many of these will be owned by cable and telecommunications companies looking for […]

Helping Cable Operators Expand Their WiFi Footprint

March 19th, 2013 Posted by 2013, Blog No Comment yet

Loyal readers of this blog may recall that I once compared mobile operators to elephants; big, strong beings – and you better watch out when they bring their “A” game to a battle. Cable operators are kind of like that, too.  They’ve been around for a long time now, and while they may not possess […]