Extreme Defender for IoT – a tiny, but powerful guardian!

New inventions and technologies have always driven the development of mankind. But the progress sometimes comes at a price – Alfred Nobel, the inventor of dynamite, could tell us a thing or two about it. Nowadays a lot of attention is given to the Internet of Things, bot...
Scheduled downtime: a real catch-22

“That’s some catch, that catch-22” – utters, almost in admiration, captain John Yossarian, as he’s stuck in the middle of army bureaucracy. "It's the best there is", Doc Daneeka agrees. IT specialists around the world have their own catch-22 and that would be scheduled d...
We have the game!

We’re kicking 2020 off with a bang, as the upcoming Super Bowl, the 50th modern-era National Football League (NFL) championship game, will decide the champion for the National Football League's 100th season. When the stakes are high and emotions soar through the sky, Ext...
Find a clue, solve the case, fix the problem. Getting the truth out of network with Insight Architecture!

Crime story aficionados are often hung up on one simple question: „who did it?”. And sometimes their gut is right as they’re able to identify the killer halfway or even at the very beginning of the story. However, problems with computer networks usually prove a tougher n...
Wi-Fi 6, 5G and CBRS walk into a bar – or which technology will we use in the future?

3, 2, 1... in a few moments we will see the market launch of ground-breaking 5G and Wi-Fi 6 technologies, and before we know it, CBRS will quickly gain in popularity too. If you look at each of them in detail, you may ask the question whether any of them will soon prevai...
Data Center Automation. Merely a trend or here to stay?

The world as we know it, the reality around us, nearly all of it can be described as information which is stored and processed in data centers. Email messages, photos from the holiday trip which we’ve just put on our Instagram, even the flight home itself, as Boeing 787 ...
When the “label” actually matters… Wi-Fi 6 devices – how to recognize certified equipment?

Year 2019 in a nutshell? The Chinese space probe Chang’e 4 lands on the invisible side of the Moon, Donald Trump is the first American president to cross the border between North and South Korea, and Wi-Fi 6 Certification process is becoming one of the hottest topics in ...
Extreme Elements: the elements of innovation

An approach wherein the operation of a device is based on cooperation with people allows to reach a higher technological level and open up entirely new possibilities. The basis for such innovation, however, is not only newer, better hardware, but also a more intelligent,...
20 years have passed... How has Wi-Fi changed?

For more than 20 years, Wi-Fi has been used as a standard of connectivity - in corporations and in everyday life. Despite the continuous development of wireless infrastructure (including 5G and CBRS), Wi-Fi will remain a fundamental and irreplaceable element of our every...
How to implement a modern network in an old building?

Revitalization of old buildings is more than just repainting facades or replacing windows. It is a recovery of something immaterial – the spirit of time, a unique atmosphere, and sometimes also... a system of communication. However, there is a technology that allows you ...
Extreme Defender for IoT – a tiny, but powerful guardian!

New inventions and technologies have always driven the development of mankind. But the progress sometimes comes at a price – Alfred Nobel, the inventor of dynamite, could tell us a thing or two about it. Nowadays a lot of attention is given to the Internet of Things, bot...
Scheduled downtime: a real catch-22

“That’s some catch, that catch-22” – utters, almost in admiration, captain John Yossarian, as he’s stuck in the middle of army bureaucracy. "It's the best there is", Doc Daneeka agrees. IT specialists around the world have their own catch-22 and that would be scheduled d...
We have the game!

We’re kicking 2020 off with a bang, as the upcoming Super Bowl, the 50th modern-era National Football League (NFL) championship game, will decide the champion for the National Football League's 100th season. When the stakes are high and emotions soar through the sky, Ext...
Find a clue, solve the case, fix the problem. Getting the truth out of network with Insight Architecture!

Crime story aficionados are often hung up on one simple question: „who did it?”. And sometimes their gut is right as they’re able to identify the killer halfway or even at the very beginning of the story. However, problems with computer networks usually prove a tougher n...
Wi-Fi 6, 5G and CBRS walk into a bar – or which technology will we use in the future?

3, 2, 1... in a few moments we will see the market launch of ground-breaking 5G and Wi-Fi 6 technologies, and before we know it, CBRS will quickly gain in popularity too. If you look at each of them in detail, you may ask the question whether any of them will soon prevai...
Data Center Automation. Merely a trend or here to stay?

The world as we know it, the reality around us, nearly all of it can be described as information which is stored and processed in data centers. Email messages, photos from the holiday trip which we’ve just put on our Instagram, even the flight home itself, as Boeing 787 ...
When the “label” actually matters… Wi-Fi 6 devices – how to recognize certified equipment?

Year 2019 in a nutshell? The Chinese space probe Chang’e 4 lands on the invisible side of the Moon, Donald Trump is the first American president to cross the border between North and South Korea, and Wi-Fi 6 Certification process is becoming one of the hottest topics in ...
Extreme Elements: the elements of innovation

An approach wherein the operation of a device is based on cooperation with people allows to reach a higher technological level and open up entirely new possibilities. The basis for such innovation, however, is not only newer, better hardware, but also a more intelligent,...
20 years have passed... How has Wi-Fi changed?

For more than 20 years, Wi-Fi has been used as a standard of connectivity - in corporations and in everyday life. Despite the continuous development of wireless infrastructure (including 5G and CBRS), Wi-Fi will remain a fundamental and irreplaceable element of our every...
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