Tag Archive: Patrick Foy

May
23
2011

Gamble in Vegas – not on your WLAN solution. – by Patrick Foy, Vice President of Engineering, Bluesocket

Fresh off of my trip to Interop in Las Vegas I was once again amazed to see the slot machines when I arrived at the LAS airport.   From the moment you arrive gambling opportunities abound and most visitors are buzzing with excitement to hit a big jackpot.   Slot machines seem to be a big attraction …

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May
06
2011

Bluesocket Featured in Two Conference Sessions at Interop Las Vegas on Tues., 05/10/11

Bluesocket will be featured in the following sessions at Interop Las Vegas: Tuesday, May 10, 2011, 2:15 PM-4:30 PM (Wireless & Mobility Conference Track) Just What is a Controller, Anyway?: The Great WLAN Architecture Debate Location: Lagoon L With wireless LANs now the edge of the corporate network, many firms have big expansion plans for …

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Jan
28
2011

What radios are in your tablet?

Are you as intrigued with the new tablets as I am? Where do they fit into our social networking lifestyles and will they further change that way we get our news, educate students, order pizza, and watch sports. In the latest CES show, there were dozens of new tablets introduced – so here they come! …

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Jan
24
2011

Turn up the speed of your wireless security – Go distributed

Faster Wi-Fi devices and streaming applications are driving discussions around speed, speed and more speed. Customers need to ensure they have a solution that can handle their forever growing, bandwidth hungry, multimedia Wi-Fi devices. Well, Bluesocket has a virtual app for that and is highly secure. Security sometimes takes a back seat in these discussions …

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Dec
24
2010

Good to Great

I was sitting in my office looking at a book in my book shelf, Good to Great, by Jim Collins and it reminded me of a discussion I had recently with a long-term healthcare customer and was asking about their network and their plans to upgrade to 11n. This particular customer initially had issues with …

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