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Dec 5, 2017 1:56:37 PM

How Small Modeling Errors Can Lead to Big Costs

Have you ever wondered what could be the impact of selecting a wrong wall material in a wireless design project? How about setting the floor plan scale a tad incorrectly or modeling a flat surface instead of an inclined surface? The answer is, seemingly small modeling errors can have huge impacts on network performances and project costs.

Learn how to avoid small errors that might lead to significant flaws. Join our next webinar with resident Wi-Fi expert, Vladan Jevremovic!

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Dec 5, 2017 10:33:33 AM

Wi-Fi Design Strategies in a Converged World Webinar Questions Part 4: Industry Related Questions

It took us some time but here is the final installment of our follow-up posts on this webinar. This one is all about industry-related questions posted during the webinar.

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Oct 5, 2017 8:36:00 AM

Wi-Fi Design Strategies in a Converged World Webinar Questions Part 3: iBwave Products

With iBwave Release 9 successfully launched we thought this is a great time to share the third installment of this post webinar blog series since this one is all about iBwave products.

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Sep 1, 2017 1:00:00 PM

Wi-Fi Design Strategies in a Converged World Webinar Questions Part 2: Convergence

We are a few days late in posting our second installment but here it is. This week's topic is convergence. Our attendees had a lot of great questions about this topic and here are the answers by our experts. 

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Aug 9, 2017 1:00:00 PM

Wi-Fi Design Strategies in a Converged World Webinar: Your Questions Answered.

We had an amazing webinar on “Wi-Fi Design Strategies in a Converged World”. Our guest speaker Ronald van Kleunen, CEO of Globeron did a great job discussing why it’s important to understand the impact of convergence while designing high‑performing Wi‑Fi networks and how different wireless technologies can work together.

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Dec 7, 2016 1:00:00 PM

Recap-How to Design High Capacity Wi-Fi Networks

Andrew von Nagy, Wi-Fi Expert and Owner of Revolution Wi-Fi was the guest speaker at our very successful webinar on “Designing High Capacity Wi-Fi Network’s”. The webinar also featured a Demo of iBwave Wi-Fi’s Capacity Planning capabilities by Sr. Manager Technical Product Management Marc-Antoine Lamontagne. During the webinar we received a large number of questions from attendees, some of which Andrew and Marc-Antoine were was able to answer live. However, we did not have time to answer all of them. This week Marc Antoine and Vladan Jevremovic, Research Director, iBwave took some time to address some key questions asked during the webinar. Read on and let’s keep the discussion going.

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Apr 11, 2016 1:00:00 PM

Unity Webinar – Recap on Project Management Best Practices

7 Best Practices

Hi all,

We just had a great series of webinars on a cure for your project management woes. It was fun and educational! (The dream scenario of every teacher and parent.) We covered some points of contention we face in the world of wireless network deployments. Not least of which are the dreaded “4 Pillars of the Project Apocalypse” – Software, Hardware, Regulations, and People!

OK, maybe apocalypse is a little strong, but wireless network deployment projects are really complex. So many interested parties, so many things to consider, so many things to organize and so little time. Y

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Dec 4, 2015 1:00:00 PM

Deep Dive Webinar Update: Matching Smart Shoppers with Smart Networks

In our most recent deep dive webinar, we took a detailed look at how we can design optimum networks for shopping mall environments.

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Sep 17, 2015 12:00:00 AM

Deep Dive Webinar : How to design better wireless networks for stadiums

As of 2014, 934 stadiums worldwide have 30,000 or more seats: 228 in North America; 129 in Central and South America; 243 in Europe; 98 in Middle East and Africa; and 236 in the APAC region. The USA alone has 217 stadiums with 30,000 seats or more, and about two thirds of these are used primarily for American Football.

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Jun 21, 2015 12:00:00 AM

Underground Wireless Design for Rapid Rail Transit: Challenges and Best Practices

Most subway routes in core urban areas are located deep underground, where macro cellular coverage is non-existent. In big cities worldwide, hundreds of thousands of commuters depend on the subway (or Métro, MTR, MRT, U-bahn, Underground, etc.) on a daily basis. They need dedicated wireless networks to stay connected. First responders also need reliable public safety networks in subways stations and tunnels. Subway systems are one of the most challenging environments for wireless network design.

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