Looking to "cloudify" its software-focused products and simplify IT operations, the tech giant acquires the Wi-Fi and cloud-networking start-up.
The networking giant is said to be shedding more of its consumer businesses by asking Barclays to help it sell the home wireless-router company.
iPads chew up more Wi-Fi data than do iPhones, iPods, or Android devices, according to a new report from cloud-networking company Meraki.
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Meraki announces a program that offers $150 credit toward a new purchase of its wireless-N access point for each legacy wireless access point made by its competitors.
Meraki released a report: Mobile Internet sees a huge increase between 2008 and 2009 with the increased popularity of Apple, RIM and Nokia devices.
Wireless network provider Meraki taps into federal stimulus funds to bring broadband wireless to the masses.
Maraki makes new products that simplify and cut costs to set up enterprise wireless local area networks.
Meraki launches its first Wireless-N outdoor router, the MR58, which can withstand harsh temperatures and offers long-range signal coverage at high throughput speeds.
San Francisco-based Wi-Fi equipment maker Meraki is partnering with a nonprofit to help make universal broadband to low-income residents a reality.