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Review: Comparing Google Wifi to other mesh networking heavyweights – Ars Technica

We’re here to test mesh networking, and we came prepared. Jim Salter Google Wifi. Jim Salter The underside of Google Wifi. Jim Salter A Plume pod. Jim Salter The back of a Plume pod. Jim Salter The AmpliFi router. Jim Salter One of the AmpliFi mesh points. Jim Salter Separate …

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The Ultimate Networking Guide: 4 Ways to Expand Your Network – Entrepreneur

One of the make it or break its for a lot of entrepreneur’s is having a world-class network. If you have a strong network, your business can withstand just about anything and opportunities will always come your way. Often more opportunities than you know what to do with, but that’s …

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Rollback Networking in INVERSUS – Gamasutra (blog)

The following blog post, unless otherwise noted, was written by a member of Gamasutra’s community.The thoughts and opinions expressed are those of the writer and not Gamasutra or its parent company.   [Original Article] INVERSUS is a fast-paced shared-screen multiplayer game for up to four players. It is the type of …

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What Is Mesh Networking and Will It Solve My Wi-Fi Problems? – Lifehacker

You know how when you sit on your couch, the Wi-Fi on your laptop cuts out? Or when you’re in the bathroom your phone refuses to connect? From Google to Netgear, everyone’s rolling out expensive “Mesh Network” kits that promise to fix Wi-Fi dead zones. But only some people should …

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8 holiday networking tips – The Tennessean – The Tennessean

Enjoy holiday networking but avoid having too many hors d’oeuvres​ and cocktails.(Photo: Getty Images/iStockphoto) The holiday season is the best time to get out to local networking events to meet new people and see old friends. Get started by reviewing your inbox (and spam folders) for invites you might have …

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Cisco Introduces Cloud-Scale Networking for Enterprises – Top Tech News

A new cloud-scale networking solution introduced by Cisco this week aims to help service providers and web companies reap the benefits of software-defined networking (SDN) and network functions virtualization (NFV) as they transition their central offices to next-gen data centers. According to the company, the networking solution includes a …

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