WPA3: Improved Wi-Fi security

WPA3The nature of electromagnetic waves is such that anyone in a wireless network can receive the data sent over the air. With high-gain antennas, it is possible to listen in on the data that passes through an office from outside the building. That is why, right from the outset, a great deal of importance has been attached to wireless network security.

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Pablo Nogueira: Telecommunications Engineer in the R&D department. Within that department he is specialized in Ethenet and WLAN networks.

WPA3, the new safety standard for safer Wi-Fi networks

wpa3Nowadays, all offices, hotels, parks, hospitals and above all private domiciles, have Wi-Fi connectivity for laptops, tablets and smartphones. Likewise, we must consider the new lines of intelligent domestic equipment, also connected and remotely managed via Wi-Fi. There is, however, a question we all ask ourselves: how safe are wireless networks?

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Francisco Navarro: Francisco Navarro, graduated in Physical Science, is a Business Line Manager working within the Marketing Department and responsible for the Teldat Corporate Routers.

Access to guest networks

wifi captive portalNowadays, all companies provide their customers with Wi-Fi in some form or another. We find it in shopping malls, airports, restaurants, offices and even on transport. It is fair to say that Wi-Fi has become a commodity.

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Francisco Navarro: Francisco Navarro, graduated in Physical Science, is a Business Line Manager working within the Marketing Department and responsible for the Teldat Corporate Routers.

The near future of Wireless technology : Wi-Fi 802.11ax

wireless technologyEach time we download an application, browse the Internet, read an email or watch something on YouTube on our smartphones, we’re using some type of wireless technology. For mobile networks this means 3G or 4G LTE. However, when it comes to our home or work environment, we’re probably using Wi-Fi.

From 802.11a, endorsed in the 90s (reaching speeds of up to 54 Mbps over 5 GHz radio waves) to the current range of 802.11ac routers (up to 1.3 Gbps over a 5 GHz band and 450 Mbps over 2.4 GHz), many things have changed. (more…)

Alicia Ruppel: Sociologist and part of the Teldat’s Corporate Marketing Department, Alicia is especially  involved in Design, Events and Video Production.

ALL IP by the short hairs – Part 2

all ipThe following example will probably clarify the issue we had last week regarding the alternative approaches to ALL IP solution. A system which is automatically provisioned with basic functions such as Internet access, registering SIP/VoIP accounts, and a setup for basic telephony should also provide Wi-Fi for guests and business partners.

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Bernd Buettner:
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