Monday Mobility Fast Ideas | The Networking Nerd

I’m preparing for Mobility Discipline Day 8 later this week and there’s been quite a lot of effort ensuring we’re able to go. Meaning I’ve spent a lot of time fascinated by occasion planning as an alternative of writing. So I wished to share some fast ideas with you forward of this week in addition to WLPC Europe subsequent week.

  • I stay satisfied than half of the objections which might be raised by oversight organizations in relation to adopting new know-how come from the very fact they acquired caught flat-footed and weren’t prepared for it to be well-liked. Whether or not it’s the Wi-Fi 6E security difficulty or the report earlier this yr from the FAA about 5G and airports it simply looks as if organizations spend much less time doing precise investigation and extra time writing press releases about how they’re able to determine all of it out but.
  • I additionally stay cautiously optimistic that the brand new Apple gadgets rumored to be popping out later this yr, specifically the iPad Professional and MacBook Professional with M2 chips, could have Wi-Fi 6E help. Sure, the iPhone didn’t. It’s additionally a smaller system with much less room so as to add new {hardware}. The iPad and MacBook have traditionally gotten new chips earlier than the smaller cellular system does. If I’m mistaken then I suppose we’ll get to see if 6E is sufficient of an element to get folks to ditch their Apple system for a Google or Samsung one.
  • As we rely increasingly on software program to broaden the capabilities of our {hardware} I believe we’re going to see increasingly firms working towards the mannequin of hardware-as-a-service. As in you lease the tools from them for a month-to-month cost and, in return, you get to have a base degree of options that may be expanded in greater “tiers” of service. Count on some extra on this concept within the close to future with the launch of options like Nile.

Tom’s Take

Be sure you tune in for Mobility Discipline Day 8 and don’t overlook to inform us what you assume! Possibly by subsequent yr we’ll have a lot of Wi-Fi 7 content material to debate.


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