Global Wireless Access Point Market: Development History, Current Analysis and Estimated Forecast to 2025

In a wireless network, an AP is a networking hardware device that transmits and receives data. An AP connects users to other users within the network as well as serve as the interconnection point between the WLAN and a fixed wire network. Each AP can serve multiple users within a defined network area. When a person moves beyond the range of one AP, they are inevitably handed over to the next AP. A small WLAN requires a single AP; the number needed increases as a function of the number of network users and the physical size of the network. According to the report, one of the primary drivers in the market is increase in development of smart cities. Government organizations across the world are investing billions of dollars in the development of smart cities or connected cities. This requires public Wi-Fi networks to offer services such as safety and security, access to education, waste and water management, traffic management, infrastructure management, and healthcare to consumers. The Smart City applications demand a wireless network in order to deal with tough situations like complex meshing in outdoor environments. Public Wi-Fi networks offer inhabitants to access the internet ...

Linux Laptop Buyer’s Guide 2019: Tips And Resources To Find A Laptop That Meets Your Needs

There is one question that’s dominating my interactions with Linux users on social media lately: “I want to buy a new laptop to run Linux, but do I have to purchase one from a company like Dell, Purism or System76? Aren’t we at a point where Linux ‘just works’ on anything?” The answer isn’t black and white, but I’ll do my best to give you a sensible response and explain the advantages of buying a computer that’s purpose-built for Linux, as well as what you can expect when snatching up any modern laptop from HP, Acer, Asus, Lenovo and other OEMs that ship with Windows by default. Linux uses less of your computer’s resources than Windows, so the hardware requirements for running a Linux distro may not be as steep as Windows 10. But the specs you’re looking for will vary depending on your needs. So here are some basic scenarios alongside the minimum CPU, RAM and space requirements you should look for: Generally speaking, yes! There are exceptions, but by and large you can go out and buy a new laptop from a major hardware manufacturer (excluding Apple’s newer MacBooks) and throw your favorite distribution on it ...