What’s the Big Deal about the Newest Wi-Fi Protocol?

Wi-Fi standards, the development of which is managed and ratified by the IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) have changed significantly over the years. From 802.11-1997, the first “official” Wi-Fi protocol, to the most recent release, 802.11ac, Wi-Fi technology…

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Network Access Points Come of Age

For many business professionals, the company’s network hardware isn’t something that requires any thought or attention―unless, of course, the network goes down. An in-house or third-party technician sets the network up, configures access restrictions, and users are off and running.…

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How to Use Video and Voice for Training and Security

March 1, 2015 - securitymagazine.com by Bill Zalud   Organized retail crime. Crowd management. Emergency preparedness. Disaster recovery. Active shooter. Welcome to retail shopping these days. But, on the other hand, the emerging use of video and audio technologies can also…

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WE’VE MOVED… Come See Us!

LMI Systems, Inc. has recently moved into a new, 60,000 square-foot headquarters building at 4680 N. Royal Atlanta Drive, Tucker, GA, that is conveniently close to our old location but light-years away in terms of its ability to support our…

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Taking Sales Out of the Dealership and Into the Lot: LMI Systems, Inc. Develops an Inventive Wi-Fi Solution that Lets Salesmen Close Deals Outside, on the Spot

With salesmen for a national used-car dealership experiencing buyer hesitation between the test drive and closing the deal in the building, LMI Systems, Inc. stepped in to assist. The team helped develop an innovative, solar-powered Wi-Fi network that enabled salesmen to authorize and complete the sale with purchasers right after the test drive, in the parking lot next to their new vehicles.
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