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September 16th, 2019

SemFio et Meraki!

Nous sommes fier de vous annoncer que SemFio Networks est maintenant partenaire de Cisco Meraki ! Cisco Meraki offre une solution réseau complète gérée dans le cloud : Wi-Fi Routage et commutation Securité Optimisation WAN MDM Leur solution nous permet de fournir à nos client un réseau sécurisé, géré dans le cloud, à faible coûts. […]

SemFio Logo – Édition Spéciale Coupe du Monde Brésil 2014

SemFio Networks se met aux couleurs du Brésil pour cette coupe du monde 2014. Un grand merci à Cédric pour avoir créer ce logo ! Statistique sur la coupe du monde FIFA : Seulement 6 des 12 stades de la compétition possède un réseau Wi-Fi installé ! 

SemFio et Aerohive Networks !

SemFio Networks est fier de vous annoncer son partenariat avec Aerohive Networks ! Aerohive Networks réduit les coûts et la complexité des réseaux modernes à l’aide d’une solutions distribuée gérée dans le Cloud. Cette solution s’applique parfaitement au PME qui ont beaucoup de sites ou de télé-travailleurs.La solution basée sur un architecture distribuée gérée dans […]

SemFio Networks – Nouveau Blog !

SemFio Networks est un intégrateur de solution Wi-Fi.Nous aidons les entreprises à mettre en place leur réseau Wi-Fi en utilisant les toutes nouvelles technologies disponibles sur le marché. Ces nouvelles technologies permettent d’avoir une infrastructure Wi-Fi sécurisée et stable à faible coût, capable de supporter les besoins de votre entreprise.

Python – Update AP Model Name in Ekahau

When you change the type of external antenna used by an AP in Ekahau, the name of the AP model is not updated to reflect that new external antenna name: So this simple script aims to update the name of the AP models in order for them to reflect the name of the external antenna […]

Python – Auto-Populate Tag Values in Ekahau Pro

Ekahau released a new version (v10.2) last month. The best feature out of this new version (for me at least) is the ability to create personalized tags for AP objects. Each tag can have a key and a value. Description My good friend Haydn Andrews had the idea to create a script that would auto […]

Establish a Console Connection within a Python script with pySerial

I have been using the python library called pySerial and wanted to share how I made it work on my end.​I have used it to establish a console connection to a Cisco AP in order to perform send the initial set of configurations within a python script and automate the process. I will only talk about using […]

Configure a Cisco IOS-XE AP for an APoS Site Survey using Python

I wanted to play around and see how I could automate the process of preparing a Cisco AP for an APoS site survey. So I decided to try it out on a Catalyst 9120 running IOS-XE. In this article, I will explain how to use the script. You can find the script on my GitHub: https://github.com/francoisverges/semfio-cisco/tree/master/Setup-APoS-EWCYou […]

Analyze an API Call directly within your browser

Modern internet browsers (such as Chrome, Safari, Firefox) are equipped with advanced developer tools. We can actually leverage some of these tools to take a look at which API calls are made behind the scene when you view or modify settings of your favourite Wi-Fi network cloud plarform. To illustrate this feature, we will make […]

Mist – API Call within a Python Script

In a first video, I explain everything you need to create your first API call to the Mist system dashboard. In order to make this API call, I use an application called Postman. Postman allows you to build your API calls in a very easy way. This is useful to test the API calls, make […]

Assessing the Wi-Fi Network of a Warehouse

In this article, we will talk about the important of assessing the Wi-Fi in a warehouse and talk about specificities brought by these type of environments. What make the environment challenging? The main challenge of a warehouse is the fact that the environment can be moving a lot. Here is a list of changes I […]

Python – Extract AP Pictures from an Ekahau Project

When I perform Wi-Fi validation or Wi-Fi assessments, I like to take pictures of the access points and document it later. I also save these pictures and provide them to the customer. Lately, with the use of the Ekahau survey application on iPad, I have been attaching these pictures to an AP object on my […]

London ON Wi-Fi Meetup 001 – Wi-Fi 6

SemFio Networks, alongside Anixter and LHSC, organized the first Wi-Fi Meetup in London ON. The main topic of this first meetup was Wi-Fi 6. The event was very nice and attracted network Engineers supporting large wireless infrastructure in London. We even had a couple of guys coming from the GTA. We will be organizing a […]

The 802.11ax Trigger Frame

In 802.11ax communications, the trigger frame is used for multiple purposes. One of them is to allocate ressources for a specific multi-user OFDMA transmission. In this article, we are going to take a deeper look at some of the interesting fields we will find in this trigger frame. For more details, you can look at section […]

Wireshark – Find out the data rate of an 802.11ax Data Frame

As you know, all data rates are changing with 802.11ax, Hence, the new MCS table you can find here: https://www.semfionetworks.com/blog/mcs-table-updated-with-80211ax-data-rates In this article, we will see how we can figure out the data rate of a specific 802.11ax data frame. If you want to know how to capture 802.11ax data frames, refer to this article first: https://www.semfionetworks.com/blog/80211ax-remote-packet-captures-using-the-jetson-nano […]

Wi-Fi Design Day – Sydney

I was invited to attend and present at the Wi-Fi Design Day in Sydney organized by Ekahau and Dicker Data. I would like to thank Grant, Antony, Darko and the rest of Ekahau’s team for organizing such a nice event. We presented at the Opera House, which is such an iconic venue in Sydney! Stephen […]

WLAN Pi – Bridge Wi-Fi Hotspot to Ethernet Interface

In my previous article, I was explaining how you could configure the WLAN Pi to be used in a hotspot mode. Following the article, the configurations have been added to the new WLAN Pi image (starting at 1.7) and it is now part of the default WLAN Pi image (Thanks to Nigel Bowden and Jerry Olla). ​One of the […]

802.11ax Remote Packet Captures using the Jetson Nano

This solution will allow you to perform remote 802.11ax packet capture from your own laptop using the Jetson Nano.​The benefit of using the Jetson Nano (and the Intel AX200 Wi-Fi card) to perform 802.11ax packet capture is that you get a lot more information in the RadioTap Header you get.The benefit of doing it remotely […]

Customize your WLAN Pi

In this article, I will show you how you can customize your WLAN Pi and make it your own! Feel free to comment and tell me how you guys customize yours. Here is the video tutorial that explains these customizations. Create Your Own User Creating your own user allows you to have your own password […]

Python – How to Connect to a Cisco WLC (Aireos)

This is a very simple article just explaining how you can connect to a Cisco WLC (aireos) using a python script. You could use this as a first step in developing more advanced Python scripts to monitor or configure your Cisco Wireless Lan Controllers. I am still learning Python so this might not be the […]

WLAN Pi – Setup a Wi-Fi Hotspot

Update (October 2019) Thanks to Florent Lassia, we were able to configure the Wi-Fi NIC to bride to the Ethernet NIC. In the Hotspot mode, you can now have your Wi-Fi hotspot running, connect a client device to that Wi-Fi network and receive network connectivity to the LAN if your WLAN Pi is connected to […]

Setup Cisco Catalyst 9800 Controller On Your Laptop

In this article, we will explain how to install the new Cisco Catalyst 9800-CL controller on a VM (under VMFusion) on macOS.​The goal here is to have a lab controller that you can bring with you wherever you go and can be booted anytime and intended to be used for testing purposes. This is the […]

MCS Table (Updated with 802.11ax Data Rates)

I recently purchased a Wi-Fi 6 device (Samsung Galaxy S10), and when I checked which date rate it was using over the Wi-Fi, this is what I got: I wanted to find out which MCS index and which modulation was used but after doing some research online, I couldn’t find any easy resources that could […]

Wi-Fi Security Timeline (2019)

A few years ago, I created a first Wi-Fi Security Timeline. With the new security improvements introduced last year, I thought it would be a good idea to update it. Here is the updated version of the Wi-Fi Security Timeline (click on the image to download the PDF version): This following table completes the timeline with […]

My Wi-Fi Expectations and Wishes for 2019

I am really excited about 2019. The Wi-Fi technology is always evolving, bringing new challenges along the way. And this year is no exception. I am looking forward to the challenges that I will face this year and I am looking forward to the new learning experiences that 2019 will bring. In this article, I […]

5GHz Regulations in Canada (2018 Update)

This article presents the regulations around the use of the unlicensed 5GHz frequencies for Wi-Fi communications in Canada. It provides an update and consolidation of our previous articles and includes the changes made by ISED (Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada) in 2017. We are also talking about the future outlook presented by ISED earlier this year. […]

Finding our Purpose Working as a Wi-Fi Engineer

It feels good to be able to do what you like, it feels even better when there is a purpose in doing it. That is often something I ask myself when working on different projects for different customers. Am I making a difference? Who will benefit from my work? Who am I designing or installing Wi-Fi […]

The State of 6GHz in Canada

Update – May 2020 In may 2020, the FCC officially announced that the 6GHz frequency space will be available for unlicensed use in the US. We have contacted ISED in order to know what was the status for Canada. Here is what they told us: The is no project to free up the 6GHz frequency […]

DFS Operations Infographic

This infographic was inspired by the work of Nigel Bowden and Devin Akin. Nigel wrote this really good article on DFS that you can find on his website wifinigel.blogpost.com. Devin presented a really detailed webinar on DFS in partnership with Netscout. You can find the recording here. I would encourage you to go and take a look at their ressources. Note: […]

Retrieving the Scale from a CAD File in AutoCAD

This is a video showing you how to retrieve the scale of a floor plan in AutoCAD in order to scale it in Ekahau.  This video follows the one we published to explain how to export PDF floor plans from AutoCAD: www.semfionetworks.com/blog/preparing-floor-plans-for-ekahau-in-autocad Written by François Vergès

Preparing Floor Plans for Ekahau in AutoCAD

Floor plans are very important for us WLAN professionals. We need them to do our designs and surveys. Sometimes, the quality of the floor plans we receive from our customer (when we receive some) is not always the best. Just like a baker needs quality flour to produce good bread. As Wi-Fi Engineers we need […]

Free Space Path Loss Diagrams

​Free Space Path Loss (or FSPL) represents the amount of energy that a given radio wave loses as it travels through the air away from its source.  Understanding FSPL will help us understand how far a Wi-Fi signal can go. It is also widely used by Wi-Fi survey tools to predict Wi-Fi signal propagation. It is […]

Talking Warehouse Wi-Fi at WLPC

This year WLPC was another great event. If you missed it and would like a recap, listen to the ClearToSend podcast episode #111 Rowell and I recorded. ​Glenn Cate and I proposed a talk on Warehouse Wi-Fi and we were fortunate enough to be selected as one of the main sessions. Here is how our presentation turned […]

Aruba Controller Upgrade Checklist

This blog article describe the process of upgrading an Aruba controller. It provide a checklist of tasks to perform in order to prepare, perform and validate the software upgrade. You can also download the PDF version of this checklist. You can get the full detailed procedure in each Aruba OS release notes. TODO Before the Upgrade Backup […]

Convert a Cisco CAPWAP AP to a Mobility Express AP

This article will explains how to convert a CAPWAP AP to a Cisco Mobility Express AP. The AP model used as an example in this article is a Cisco Aironet 2802i. Note: if you are planning on doing an AP-on-a-stick site survey with a Cisco Aironet 2800 or 3800, you will have to convert the […]

Configure a Cisco Mobility Express AP for an APoS Site Survey

This article explains how to configure a Cisco Mobility Express AP for an AP-on-a-Stick site survey using the CLI (Command Line Interface). It is also possible to do it using the provisioning SSID.Right before configuring the AP for the survey, I had to convert it from the CAPWAP mode to the Mobility Express mode. Step […]

IEEE 802.11 Standards & Amendments Timeline

Visiting the IEEE website, we can find the details about the IEEE 802.11 standards and amendments displayed on a table: http://grouper.ieee.org/groups/802/11/Reports/802.11_Timelines.htm In order to put them into perspective, I have displayed them on a timeline. As the new amendments and standards are released, this timeline will be updated. Feel free to download and use the timeline as […]

The 2017 Magic Quadrant is out!

The Magic Quadrant for the Wired and Wireless LAN Access Infrastructure has been released by Gartner on October 17th: The Vendors Just like last year, the same companies have been identified as leaders: Cisco and HPE Aruba. To me, this is no surprising at all, they lead and dominate the market. However, we can note that they […]

Fully understand KRACK in 2h

These are a series of videos and documents which will help you to technically understand KRACK. All you need is about 2 hours. First, you need to understand the 4-way handshake. Marcus Burton is doing a great job explaining it in this video (6mins): The following videos will have Hemant Chaskar and Vivek Ramachandran explain all of the KRACK […]

KRACK – Is it the end of WPA2?

By now you have probably heard that some WPA2 vulnerabilities have been discovered and made available to the public by Mathy Vanhoel on www.krackattacks.com.This article will explain the implication of these vulnerabilities on enterprise WLAN networks. What are these vulnerabilities Nine vulnerabilities has be revealed. Eight of them are client related and one of them is […]

60GHz Regulations in Canada

Wi-Fi, as most of us know, operates on the 2.4GHz or 5 GHz band. But there are, actually, others 802.11 protocols utilizing other frequency bands (900MHz, 60GHz,…). Today, we will be talking about the regulations of using the 60GHz frequency band in Canada. This band is used for the 802.11 protocols known as 802.11ad (now […]

Reference Sheet – ArubaOS Most Useful Commands

A while back, I worked on a reference sheet on the most useful Cisco AireOS commands. It was well received and Cédric Terrier from WattisWiFi contacted me to build a similar reference sheet for the ArubaOS. He has a lot of experience with Aruba and came up with a list of all the commands he uses on a regular basis. I […]

RWN: Introduction to Wi-Fi – Free Videos

Wifitraining.com is offering a series of videos, in which I participated, called Rockstar Wireless Networking (RWN) introducing the Wi-Fi technology. Please register on the wifitraining.com website to gain free access to these videos at https://www.wifitraining.com/register. The goal of these videos is to introduce the Wi-Fi technology to anyone who would be interested in. They cover the […]

Wireshark: How to check if a Wi-Fi network supports 802.11k

oday’s exercice is simple: study the beacon frame and try to figure out what characteristics of the Wi-Fi network are advertised. In this article, we will be focusing on IEEE 802.11k support. Presentation of IEEE 802.11k IEEE 802.11k-2008 or “Radio Resource Measurement” (not to confused with the Radio Resource Management used by Cisco Wireless LAN Controllers) […]

How to check if a client device supports 802.11v

This post is directly related to the following previous article: “Wireshark: How to check it a Wi-Fi Network Supports 802.11v“. In the previous article, we talked about how to check if a specific Wi-Fi network is supporting IEEE 802.11v, from the access point perspective. Like anything in Wi-Fi, we need support from both the access […]

Wireshark: How to check if a Wi-Fi network supports 802.11v

Today’s exercice is simple: study the beacon frame and try to figure out what characteristics of the Wi-Fi network are advertised. In this first article, we will be talking about 802.11v. Presentation of IEEE 802.11v IEEE 802.11v or BSS Transition is an amendment which was published in 2011 and added to the IEEE 802.11-2012 standards. […]

Reference Guide – Cisco AireOS Most Useful Commands

I usually support and configure Cisco wireless networks using the GUI. However, the CLI is sometimes required to perform some troubleshooting or configuration tasks. So I put together another reference guide. This one outlines the most useful Cisco AireOS commands.​Feel free to download and use the reference sheet as much as you want. I have […]

How to get ready to validate a Wi-Fi infrastructure

I first wanted to call this article “How to get ready for a validation survey”. However, following the talk from Jake’s blog post on the importance of functional validation testing along with the actual validation survey, I decided to give it this present title. Indeed, I totally agree with Jake that validating the performance of a Wi-Fi […]

Motion Detection System creating Interesting Interference

If you are like me and you love interference stories, this is one of them! I came across this interesting interference while I was performing an assessment for one client. At first I had no idea what it could be and I didn’t know if the 2 pics were part of the same signal or […]

New Logo & Website for SemFio Networks

I have had in mind to update the logo of the company for its 2 years anniversary (which was in march 2016). I finally got the time to take care of it this summer! Here is the new SemFio’s logo: Along with the new logo, the website has also been updated to match the new […]

Interference that looks like Wi-Fi but is not (Televic Conference System)

Performing a spectrum analysis for one of my customer last week, I discovered a funny interference I wanted to share with you. The interference was found in a training classroom of a typical office environment. As you can see, the interference was about 20MHz wide and kind of looked like what a Wi-Fi signal would […]

My CWNE Journey

The CWNP program has really helped me to know how to do my job. I started to read the CWNA book as soon as I got introduced to Wi-Fi and I loved the vendor-neutral way to learn a technology (802.11 in this case). My journey to becoming CWNE #180 has been very exciting and rewarding. […]

Site Survey Tip #2

Performing site surveys can sometimes be a long and repetitive task. I have been thinking of putting some tips/jokes together to help other WLAN pros make it more interesting! Tip #2 – Wear Work Boots! Sometimes it is required by the client to wear boots because you will need to survey areas where wearing boots […]

Easily use AirConsole on MacOSX

I have recently purchased a AirConsole unit from www.get-console.com. The delivery was fast. Unfortunately the setup was not as smooth as I would have thought. I had to contact the support team which helped me to get it working. ​With this post I decided to share my experience in setting up the AirConsole and using it […]

Use built in MAC OS FTP Server to export Cisco WLC configuration

Working with Cisco Wireless LAN Controllers, it is sometimes needed to save and export the configuration into a text file format. It could be needed for backup purposes. Personally, I often do it so I can import the configuration into the WLC config analyzer. This is a tool developped by Cisco which helps analyzing the […]

Co-Channel Contention (CCC) explained with simple drawings

I came across some documentation I have made and I was explaining how Co-Channel Contention can have a bad impact on airtime using simple drawing.I thought I might as well share these diagrams with you! I have included the PDF and Microsoft Visio version so you guys can change the colours if you would like. […]

Site Survey Tip #1

Performing site surveys can sometimes be a long and repetitive task. I have been thinking of putting some tips/jokes together to help other WLAN pros make it more interesting! ​Tip #1 – Entering in someone’s office “Usually, when you enter in someone’s office, the conversation will go as follow: – Me: “Hi, I’m here to perform […]

Setup FreeRADIUS on Kali Linux for 802.1X Authentication

This following video explains how to setup a FreeRADIUS server on Kali Linux. The objective is to use the FreeRADIUS server as an 802.1X authentication server for a simple Wi-Fi network infrastructure. This solution is very cheap and ideal for home labs or small businesses that want to be able to use the very secured […]

Wireshark – Most Common 802.11 Display Filters

I often use Wireshark as my go to packet analyzer. I like it but I feel like I always forget what the display filters are. So I always find myself searching them online over and over again. So I have decided to create a reference sheet I could store and share on the blog.​Feel free […]

Site Survey – Labelling AP’s location on ceiling without a stepladder

This is a quick post sharing a technique that I use when I need to label AP location on ceilings while performing a site survey. I don’t really like using stepladder as they are not convenient to carry around. They also draw a lot of attention and can be too big, disrupting the customer environment. […]

“Problem” is not a negative word

When I was a kid, one of my teacher was always telling us “There is no problem, there are only solutions”. I think he wanted us to stop complaining about our so called problems. This quote was originally used first by a french writer named André Gide: There is no problem; there are only solutions. Man’s […]

Citywide Site Survey using TamoGraph

I recently had the opportunity to perform a large site survey. It was a lot of fun and a little out of the ordinary. I am writing this little blog article to talk about what was different and how I dealt with some of the challenges I have faced. The area to be surveyed was […]

Industry Canada new 5GHz band regulations

UPDATE – December 2018:ISED has updated their radio standards specifications for Wi-Fi equipments operating in the 5GHz frequency band. Check out this article to see what is new:5GHz Regulations in Canada (2018 Update) Last year, I have written a blog post entitled “5GHz Band Channel Availability in Canada” explaining what 5GHz channels were available in […]

Upgrade your Cisco WLC to AireOS 8.1

In the lab, we currently have a little Cisco WLC 2504 with 2 APs Aironet 1702 running on AireOS v8.0. We wanted to try out the new Cisco wireless mobile application released by Cisco (more details here). In order to be able to use this application, you need to be running the new version of AireOS […]

Wireshark: How to check if a data frame is sent using 802.11n

Studying for the CWAP exam, I was using Wireshark and wondering how to see if the traffic (data frames) I was capturing was using HT (or 802.11n). So this article will show you how to find out! Let’s start by talking about the Wi-Fi frames: – PPDU (PLCP Packet Data Unit) : This is the frame […]

We are TechAlliance’s Spotlight of the month!

TechAlliance has a program where they interview one of their members every month. I am honoured to be the spotlight for the month of February 2015. I would like to thank TechAlliance for this opportunity. Here is the article posted by TechAlliance: Name: François VergèsTitle: FounderCompany: SemFio Networks SemFio Networks provides a wide range of Wi-Fi network professional […]

Make Wi-Fi Visible S02E01 – Omnidirectionnal Antennas

Welcome to season 2 of “Make Wi-Fi Visible”! Previously in season 1, we presented radio frequency features using light analogies. In this new season, we are going to focus on antennas. As we know, RF signal is invisible. So how do we know how RF will radiate out of an antenna? We used what is called an azimuth […]

Wi-Fi Security Timeline

Here is a timeline concerning important standards and protocols related to Wi-Fi security. (Click for full size image) This following table completes the timeline with some more details: Of course, this timeline will change with time and I will update it to keep it up to date! As always, comments and feedbacks are welcomed! Let’s […]

Make Wi-Fi Visible – Season 1 Recap

As 2014 is ending today, this makes it the perfect day to do a recap of the first season of Make Wi-Fi Visible. This series of articles is aimed to explain Wi-Fi concepts using the light analogy. The first season focused on the major Radio Frequency (a.k.a. RF) properties. Since both Wi-Fi and light are made of electromagnetic waves, […]

Make Wi-Fi Visible #6 – Radio Frequency Absorption

As we all know, Wi-Fi is amazing. The only thing is… it’s invisible. So let’s start by explaining what makes Wi-Fi invisible? Wi-Fi uses radio frequencies electromagnetic waves to transfer information. These waves have wavelengths that are not within the visible space. Light is also an electromagnetic wave. However, its wavelength is within the visible spectrum (between 330 […]

Make Wi-Fi Visible #5 – Radio Frequency Scattering

As we all know, Wi-Fi is amazing. The only thing is… it’s invisible. So let’s start by explaining what makes Wi-Fi invisible? Wi-Fi uses radio frequencies electromagnetic waves to transfer information. These waves have wavelengths that are not within the visible space. Light is also an electromagnetic wave. However, its wavelength is within the visible spectrum (between 330 […]

Make Wi-Fi Visible #4 – Radio Frequency Diffraction

As we all know, Wi-Fi is amazing. The only thing is… it’s invisible. So let’s start by explaining what makes Wi-Fi invisible? Wi-Fi uses radio frequencies electromagnetic waves to transfer information. These waves have wavelengths that are not within the visible space. Light is also an electromagnetic wave. However, its wavelength is within the visible spectrum (between 330 […]

Make Wi-Fi Visible #3 – Radio Frequency Refraction

As we all know, Wi-Fi is amazing. The only thing is… it’s invisible. So let’s start by explaining what makes Wi-Fi invisible? Wi-Fi uses radio frequencies electromagnetic waves to transfer information. These waves have wavelengths that are not within the visible space. Light is also an electromagnetic wave. However, its wavelength is within the visible spectrum (between 330 […]

Make Wi-Fi Visible #1 – Radio Frequency Propagation

As we all know, Wi-Fi is amazing. The only thing is… it’s invisible. So let’s start by explaining what makes Wi-Fi invisible? Wi-Fi uses radio frequencies electromagnetic waves to transfer information. These waves have wavelengths that are not within the visible space. Light is also an electromagnetic wave. However, its wavelength is within the visible spectrum (between 330 […]

Top 5 reasons why business owners need to provide Free Wi-Fi to their customers

Talking to a lot of small and medium business owners, they often tell me that they don’t really see any need in proposing free Wi-Fi to their customers. It sounds like it will be a real struggle for them.The new Wi-Fi technologies actually bring a lot of advantages for businesses to deploy Wi-Fi and offer […]

The London Free Press is talking about SemFio Networks

The London Free Press released an article talking about SemFio Networks in their Business Buzz column this morning! The image below shows you the article published. You can also visit their website to get the electronic version of it : http://www.lfpress.com/2014/08/18/business-buzz-aug-19 A special thank you to the author Hank Daniszewski. Written by François Vergès

5GHz Band Channel Availability in Canada

UPDATE – December 2018:Industry Canada has updated their radio standards specifications for Wi-Fi equipments operating in the 5GHz frequency band. Check out this article to see what is new:5GHz Regulations in Canada (2018 Update) Channel availability in the 5GHz spectrum space is a hot subject right now. It is so, mainly because of the new […]

SemFio and Meraki!

We are proud to annonce that SemFio is now a Cisco Meraki Elevate Partner! Cisco Meraki offers a complete cloud-managed network solution: Wireless Switching Security WAN optimization MDM Their cloud-managed solution helps bringing a full secured network “out of the box” at a lower price. As an Elevate Partner, SemFio Networks can resell Meraki’s equipment […]

SemFio Logo – Special Edition World Cup Brazil 2014

At SemFio Networks, we are also soccer fans. Here is a special edition of our logo made by Cédric.Fact about Wi-Fi at the world cup : Only 6 of the 12 stadiums will have Wi-Fi coverage! 

SemFio and Aerohive Networks !

SemFio Networks is proud to announce its partnership with Aerohive! Aerohive Networks reduces the cost and complexity of today’s networks with cloud-enabled, distributed Wi-Fi and routing solutions for enterprises and medium-sized companies including branch offices and teleworkers. Aerohive’s award-winning cooperative control Wi-Fi architecture, public or private cloud-enabled network management, routing, and VPN solutions eliminate costly […]

SemFio Networks – New blog !

SemFio Networks is a Wi-Fi systems integrator and value-added reseller services company.We help professional setting up their Wi-Fi network using the new Wi-Fi technologies out on the market. These news technologies provide a secure and stable Wi-Fi infrastructure capable of answering any business needs.

SemFio Logo – Édition Spéciale Coupe du Monde Brésil 2014

SemFio Networks se met aux couleurs du Brésil pour cette coupe du monde 2014. Un grand merci à Cédric pour avoir créer ce logo ! Statistique sur la coupe du monde FIFA : Seulement 6 des 12 stades de la compétition possède un réseau Wi-Fi installé ! 

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