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Mojo Networks Announces Two New SDK-Enabled Access Points Based on Open Standards

Mountain View, CA, March 30, 2017 – Mojo Networks, a pioneer in Cognitive Cloud WiFi, announced today the availability of the C-100 and C-110, two new ONIE-capable, SDK-enabled Access Points.

At the recent Open Compute Project (OCP) Summit in Santa Clara, California, Mojo Networks demonstrated the world’s first Enterprise-grade Access Point based on ONIE (Open Network Install Environment) open standards, setting the stage for a future where Access Points from various Enterprise WiFi providers can interoperate.

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Mojo Networks Joins Open Compute Project Foundation (OCP) to Drive Open Standards in Wireless Industry

Mountain View, CA, February 22, 2017 – Mojo Networks, a pioneer in cloud-managed WiFi, announced today it has joined the Open Compute Project Foundation (OCP) as a Community Member to further the drive toward open standards across the wireless industry.

The OCP Foundation is a rapidly growing global community of technology leaders working together to break open the black box of proprietary IT infrastructure to achieve greater choice, customization, and cost savings.

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Product Review: Mojo Networks C-130 Tri Radio

WiFi is king in the technology realm. From digital businesses to coffee shops to schools to hospitals, everyone depends on WiFi. Compliance security requirements, a rising population of wireless devices on the network, and the increasing dependence on WLAN as a primary access method have only continued to increase the importance of a good WiFi infrastructure.

Businesses depend upon effective WLAN performance optimization, a strong WIPS (wireless intrusion prevention) security platform and flexible troubleshooting options in their WiFi infrastructure to keep, protect, and maintain the reliability of networks and keep users content accessible.

Read full review on YourDailyTech.

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Mojo Networks Closes $30 Million to Fuel Growth and Further Disrupt the WiFi Networking Industry

Mountain View, CA, February 8, 2017 – Mojo Networks, a pioneer in cloud-managed WiFi, announced today that it has closed a combination of Series E funding and debt of $30 million to strengthen its worldwide go-to-market strategy with a focus on investing in sales, marketing and engineering.

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Mojo Networks Announces the Launch of Mojo Aware™ Cognitive WiFi™

Mountain View, CA, February 6, 2017 – Mojo Networks, a pioneer in cloud-managed WiFi, announced today the launch of Mojo Aware™, an advanced Cognitive WiFi™ platform that harnesses the power of cloud, big data, automation, and self-awareness to deliver a pristine experience to WiFi users.

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Mojo Networks C-130 Access Point Wins School Planning & Management and College Planning & Management 2016 New Product Awards

Mountain View, CA – December 21, 2016 – Mojo Networks, a leader in secure, cloud-managed WiFi, announces that its flagship access point, the C-130 Access Point, has been awarded a Gold New Product Awards in both the School Planning & Management and the College Planning & Management New Product Awards. The publications are leading information resources for those charged with planning, designing, constructing, equipping, operating and maintaining the physical learning environment.

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Mojo Networks Partners with Westcon-Comstor for North American Distribution of Industry Leading Cloud Managed WiFi Solution

Partnership Brings Best-in-Class WiFi Solution to New Marketplaces

Mountain View, CA – November 21, 2016 -- Mojo Networks, a leader in secure, cloud-managed WiFi, announces that Westcon-Comstor, the value-added technology distributor of category-leading solutions in security, collaboration, networking and data center, has added Mojo Networks’ industry leading cloud managed WiFi solution to its distribution network.

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New Survey Finds Enterprise IT Administrators Struggle With WiFi Troubleshooting

ZK Research Study of 100 Enterprise IT Administrators Pinpoint WiFi Complaints and Issues

Mountain View, CA – October 18, 2016 -- Mojo Networks, a leader in secure, cloud-managed WiFi, and ZK Research, release the results of a new survey finding that WiFi continues to be the source of serious problems and confusion in enterprise and K-20 education. The most common issues reported were WiFi association and WiFi performance, followed by the vague category of unknown. Often times, WiFi is reported as the issue but after further diagnosis, it is determined that WiFi is not the actual cause of the problem. The survey makes it clear that there are big opportunities to provide better connectivity solutions to end-users and customers.

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