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How to Connect A Turntable to Your Wireless Speaker?

SaaS Metrics

If you have a wireless speaker. With vinyl records and record players still available on the market, you can have a nostalgic musical experience. When you go to a club, you will notice that DJs generally use turntables for their setup to produce music.

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Best VoIP Headsets

The Daily Egg

We found that the Poly Blackwire 720 is the best choice for most businesses, thanks to its wireless […]. We carefully researched and reviewed the best VoIP headsets based on their performance and features. The post Best VoIP Headsets appeared first on The Daily Egg.

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Juniper grabs Mist for wireless AI, cloud service delivery technology

IT World

Juniper has entered into an agreement to buy advanced wireless-gear-maker Mist Systems for $405 million. For Juniper the Mist buy could be significant as it currently depends on agreements with partners such as Aerohive and Aruba to deliver wireless, according to Gartner. Why 802.11ax is the next big thing in wireless.

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How to Find the Right Credit Card Terminal for Your Business

Stax

Wireless terminals Wireless terminals are similar to mobile card readers in that these terminals offer mobility. RELATED: Will a Stax Wireless Card Reader Improve Your Business? Mobile and Wireless Payment Terminals Outside of traditional retail are mobile and wireless terminals.

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Doubling Down: Harpinder Singh, Partner at Innovation Endeavors

SaaStr

He previously co-founded FiberTower (acquired by First Avenue Networks), the largest independent provider of backhaul to wireless carriers, where he was the head of product. The post Doubling Down: Harpinder Singh, Partner at Innovation Endeavors appeared first on SaaStr.

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From 0 to $500 Million ARR in 6 years: Learnings from Innovating in Underserved Markets with Samsara CPO Kiren Sekar (Pod 549 + Video)

SaaStr

Before starting Samsara, Sekar worked with the same founding team at Meraki, which focused on wireless device connectivity. 30 years ago, in 1991, there were only about 10,000 wireless devices in use, and these mostly came from the cash register industry. Here’s an interesting case study that crystallizes this point.

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Understanding the Payment Terminal: Integrated vs. Semi-Integrated vs. Non-Integrated Payment Terminals

Stax

Wireless terminals are becoming increasingly common as they provide a huge amount of flexibility to the merchant to improve the customer experience. A wireless terminal will typically hook into your credit card processing system via wifi or bluetooth. Why do merchants need a payment terminal?