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Mojo Networks Receives 2017 Cloud Computing Security Excellence Award

Cloud Security 2017MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA, September 20, 2017 – Mojo Networks, a pioneer in Cognitive WiFi™, has earned a 2017 Cloud Computing Security Excellence Award for its advanced cloud-managed WiFi platform, Mojo Aware.

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Mojo Networks Expands Cloud-Managed Networking Solution with New, High-Performance Switches

MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA, September 15, 2017 – Mojo Networks, a pioneer in Cognitive WiFi™, today announced the availability of its new S-3000 Series Managed Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) Switches, offered in both 8-port and 24-port models.

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Improving WiFi Client Connectivity Management

Diagram for AP Load BalancingWi-Fi Alliance addresses client steering challenges in WLANs.


WLANs use techniques such as band steering, AP load balancing, and sticky-client prevention for performance optimization. They require directing client connections to specific frequency bands and/or APs, which could be generically called "client steering." Today, these techniques rely on vendor-specific methods using 802.11 protocol constructs that are not primarily designed for client steering. The result is a makeshift approach that lacks robustness and often causes connectivity problems for clients.

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Mojo Networks Names Michael Printz as Vice President of North American Sales

MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA, August 21, 2017 – Mojo Networks, a pioneer in Cognitive WiFi™, today announced Michael Printz as vice president of sales for North America. The addition marks a key appointment in the continued expansion of the company’s leadership team.

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Mojo Networks Wins “Cloud Disruptor” in 2017 Cloud Computing Awards

Stratus AwardMOUNTAIN VIEW, CA, August 17, 2017 – Mojo Networks, a pioneer in Cognitive WiFi™, has earned a 2017 Stratus Award for Cloud Computing. Mojo has been awarded “Cloud Disruptor, Enterprise,” defined as “an organization, product or service that is rapidly changing the status quo of an existing market, segment of the industry they serve or the larger cloud industry as a whole.”

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802.11ax WiFi Faces Technical Challenges

obstaclesThe emerging wireless standard promises better WiFi, but introduces significant complexity. In the past, IEEE 802.11 standards (g, a, n, ac) delivered WiFi performance improvements out of the box. They focused on progressively increasing the data rate over the wireless link. All it took to take advantage of any new standard was a radio chipset that incorporated the new radio and MAC enhancements. However, the situation is different for the upcoming 802.11ax standard.

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Mojo Networks - Creating Carrier Class Experience Through WiFi

Pravin Bhagwat

Mojo Networks defines the technological trends in the field of wireless Internet and cloud computing storage. The company that was funded from ventures in the United States have made contributions in providing secured Wi-Fi networks globally to organizations operating on large scales including government organizations in the United States of America and India. Pravin Bhagwat, CTO & Co-Founder, Mojo Networks talks about contributions in the field of cyber security, carrier class technology and graphical troubleshooting in an interview with BW BusinessWorld.

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Mojo Networks: Company behind Reliance Jio's WiFi network is now eyeing India's public WiFi market

Kiran Deshpande, Co-Founder & President of Mojo Networks told ET that initiatives like smart cities offer great opportunity for Mojo to expand in pubic Wi-Fi space.

JioArticleImageUS-headquartered Mojo Networks is bullish on India’s public Wi-Fi space and is “deeply” engaged with internet service providers (ISP) and players like Google and Facebook for the Wi-Fi deployment. The company has already deployed over 80,000 access points for Mukesh Ambani-led Reliance Jio, which is building a billion-user Wi-Fi network in India as part of a broader network expansion.

Read the full article on Economic Times.

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