U4EA’s WLAN Earns the Highest Grade with Award-Winning School in the UK. Deploying a Complete Plug-And-Play Wi-Fi System with Advanced Functionality.
LONDON – 19 May 2009 – U4EA Technologies, a leading provider of integrated access technology for unified communications, today announced that its new partner, TrellisWorks, has successfully delivered and installed a total new WLAN solution to one of its customers, Dyke House School, a high school with more than a thousand students based in Hartlepool, UK. Continue reading Review: U4EA’s Fusion 300 WLAN Controller in action→
Shaw Web Designs informed me of something interesting. While monitoring their clients web analytics they noticed a trend. Visitor traffic dropped on the weekends and increased on Monday’s at many of their client’s web sites.
Web Traffic increases on Monday? Hmm is that telling us people tend to surf more at work? I think so.
Perhaps it is time to enforce Internet policies at the office. Install a Barracuda web content filter. SF WiFi is a Barracuda reseller – blatant plug.
The Fusion 300 WLAN controller and Fusion 50 802.11b/g access point are designed specifically for small-to-midsize businesses (SMB), which often lack wireless expertise. This WLC offers Enterprise features, such as fast roaming and rogue-access-point detection and mitigation and offers a simple Web-based user interface and wizards for fast deployment.
The Fusion 300 is the ideal WLAN Controller for next generation Wi-Fi networks for the small to medium sized business (SMB), providing an unmatched voice and data mobility solution.
SF WiFi owes a big thank you to Shaw Web Designs for getting up our blog and mobile pages up and running so quickly. The blog is a great method for SF WiFi to keep current with products, news and announcements.
SF WiFi is pleased to announce we now resell the U4EA Technologies Fusion 300 Wireless LAN Solution.
The Fusion 300 solution consists of two main components: the Fusion 300 Wireless LAN Controller and Fusion 50 Access Points which combine to allow the fastest and most cost effective entry to the rapidly growing Wi-Fi mobility market.
How would like to individually manage your wireless network consisting of 6, 10, 20 access points? Maybe you already do? Cumbersome and not practical in today’s environment.
Time to bring in the Wireless Controller – the heart of the wireless network. The controller contains the features necessary to manage, control, monitor and support the wireless network. Typically management can be configured via a web interface or via SNMP. (Simple Network Management Protocol).
Typical WLAN controller features:
Centralized Management: The functions of lightweight access points are managed at the controller. Functions such as signal channel, access point power and data rates.Additional proprietary features include configuration settings and the ability to install firmware updates. That is the ability to roll out software updates to all the access points from one point of management. No more sneaker net for rebooting devices, no logging into each individual AP to monitor and install updates. No more mixed and matched firmware across all your AP’s. Easily maintain all the OS updates to the AP’s.
These management features include monitoring network status pages providing for a quick review of network uptime, usage, connected users, access point status, errors, rogue AP’s, bandwidth usage and security notifications. Basically the status of all the WLAN devices.