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John Solit

@johnsolit

June 18, 2015


Technology & Devices

What is 802.11ac and Why Do We Need to Protect Wi-Fi for It?

@johnsolit

June 18, 2015

It’s expected that by 2020, the world will have 50 billion Wi-Fi enabled devices. Everything from baby monitors and tablets to things we can’t even imagine today will be voraciously feeding off of the wireless broadband in our homes, cafes, and even in our public parks. It’s practically ubiquitous now, but the seemingly magical technology…

John Solit

@johnsolit

June 2, 2015


Technology & Devices

Anatomy of a Botnet

@johnsolit

June 2, 2015

The Washington Post’s recent series “Net of Insecurity” brings up the apparent, almost unavoidable reality of security risks on the Internet. While hackers, viruses, and scams are a near-inevitable byproduct of an open Internet, there are things your ISP is doing to prevent some of the most dangerous cyber attacks. Take a botnet for example. A…

John Solit

@johnsolit

May 20, 2015


Technology & Devices

What Does Cable Do to Deliver the Internet of Things?

@johnsolit

May 20, 2015

Click to Enlarge   Learn more about the future of Wi-Fi HERE Learn more about America’s Internet HERE  

NCTA

April 27, 2015


Technology & Devices

How Spectrum Sharing Will Lead to Better Wi-Fi

April 27, 2015

Hardly 15 years old, Wi-Fi technology has become the connective tissue binding our digital lifestyles. It was developed from the scrap heap of wireless spectrum to become one of the most critical technologies of our day. In fact, Wi-Fi carries more data than any other medium – more than 12,000 petabytes per month. The cable…

Steve Mace

March 13, 2015


Technology & Devices

Comcast X1 Talking Guide Highlighted at Technology and Persons with Disabilities Conference

March 13, 2015

Last week I attended the 30th Annual International Technology and Persons with Disabilities Conference. It’s the premier annual event in the United States that wholly focuses on improving the lives of people who have sensory, cognitive and/or physical disabilities, through the application of technology solutions and techniques. The solutions are sometimes in the form of…

NCTA

August 28, 2014


Technology & Devices

How Set Top Boxes Have Become Greener Than Ever

August 28, 2014

In today’s hyper competitive pay TV marketplace, cable, satellite and telco TV providers are in a constant state of innovation, working hard for their spot in the connected home.  These companies know that a big part of remaining a welcome part of entertainment centers is to be energy efficient. That’s why the voluntary energy conservation agreement…

John Solit

@johnsolit

June 27, 2014


Technology & Devices

As Entertainment Goes Up, Energy Usage Goes Down

@johnsolit

June 27, 2014

In spite of watching nearly nine hours of television every day, new reports show American home entertainment energy usage is dropping. How is this possible? First, after the new voluntary set-top box energy conservation agreement among video providers was solidified about a year ago, 85 percent of new set top boxes being purchased meet Energy Star…