Optigo Networks Blog
Our customers know Optigo Networks’ marketing manager, Monica McMahen, from her phone calls, emails, and friendly face at conferences. What you might not know about is the tireless effort, passion, and ambition she puts into every single project at Optigo. For this International Women’s Day on March 8, we want to recognize one of our leading women in tech.
Optigo Networks had the pleasure of travelling to Las Vegas, Nevada last week, for the world’s largest heating, refrigeration, and air conditioning conference: AHR Expo.
We’ve all been there. Your network is acting up -- devices aren’t responding, or lights are turning on at the wrong time -- and you have no idea why. If you’re lucky, you are a Wireshark pro with a remote login to the network and can use this to capture traffic and source the problem. You dig around and discover the problem is in the MS/TP network.
Optigo Networks is thrilled to announce our recent hire of Ryan Hughson, a veteran of the building automation industry and long-time champion of Optigo Networks, as Manager of Building Solutions. Ryan joins Optigo Networks with 15 years of experience in building automation, having left his position as product manager for Delta Controls.
Optigo Networks is off to Las Vegas, Nevada, for the upcoming AHR Expo, January 30 - February 1. AHR is the world’s largest Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration (HVACR) marketplace, and over 60,000 industry professionals are expected to attend.
When your MS/TP network breaks down and you have to capture data for diagnosis, you’d better hope you’re in the building. Otherwise, it means driving to site for the lengthy process of locating the router in question, using your USB dongle to capture the network data you need, and then sorting through the packets in Wireshark to untangle the issue.
There is massive potential for growth in the Internet of Things (IoT) and smart building technology: McKinsey put IoT near the top of its list of disruptive tech with big economic impact, and a TELUS/IDC report