North American IPv6 Summit

Friday, September 12, 2014

RMv6TF
If you're attending the North American IPv6 Summit in about two weeks, we welcome you to drop by our booth (#07) to discuss your IPv6 needs, questions, or deployment.

You can also catch Brandon's presentation about municipal IPv6 on Thursday, September 25 @ 11am, or watch online if you are unable to attend. In the meantime, follow the conference for news and updates.

The Internet of Things Advances for IPv6 Enabled Devices

Wednesday, September 10, 2014

The Internet of Things (IoT) is another step closer to an everyday reality thanks to the development of an ant-sized, wireless radio by Stanford engineers (see video below), which could monitor and/or control IPv6 enabled devices. Additionally, Goldman Sachs' recent infographic below (scroll horizontally to view, or right click to save), and report helps illustrate the importance of Stanford's advancement, and the role IPv6 will have.


IPv6 Enabled WiFi

Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Below is today's presentation from the GMIS International conference in Savannah, regarding the planning and deployment of the IPv6 enabled, municipal WiFi network we built for the city of Douglasville, GA. Please feel free to post any questions or comments you may have.

Network Engineering and BMX?

Tuesday, August 12, 2014

As an Atlanta-based company, we try to support our community. Last year, we sponsored a little league baseball team that won their league championship. This year, we're sponsoring the Peachtree City BMX track. If you're not familiar with BMX, check out the two videos below - the bottom one is from the Georgia track we're sponsoring.


Wireless Market Overview

Monday, August 11, 2014

Below is an overview of the wireless market (size, growth and projections) from the second quarter of 2014. Feel free to contact us with any additional statistics, and/or charts we should include.