Los Angeles, CA, June 27, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- Wi-FiGurus.com, The Community of Wi-Fi Professionals, announces immediate and free access to Wireless LAN Concepts, a comprehensive video based eLearning course, and Top 25 Wi-Fi Tutorial Pack, a PDF download, for the registered site users. The e-learning course and the tutorial pack are developed by Jim Geier, a well-known wireless LAN consultant and author of several books on wireless networks. To access the course and the tutorial pack, first register as a user at www.wi-fi-gurus.com. (You can go directly to the registration page at the following URL:
http://wi-figurus.com/index.php?option=com_comprofiler&task=registers.). After registering as a user, login to the wi-figurus site, and click on the eLearning menu to attend the Wireless LAN Concepts course.
Wireless LAN Concepts is a great course for an introduction to wireless LANs. There are videos of Jim Geier discussing concepts of wireless LANs, including applications, benefits, issues, technologies, standards, components, and configurations. This eLearning course also includes several demonstrations on how to setup and configure a wireless LAN. The Top 25 Wi-Fi Tutorial Pack is a collection of wireless LAN tutorials written by Jim Geier. Together these two offerings represent premium quality educational content worth hundreds of dollars to each user.
Reginald Pugh, a Wireless/Mobility Designer at Mobile Compughter Solutions, Inc. said "I have bookmarked Wi-FiGurus.com as one of my favorite sites. The most exciting section for me is the web-based tutorials. This will aid the WLAN professional to make validated estimates and decisions on the architecture he or she chooses for a customer."
Wi-FiGurus.com has wide-ranging and rich content on wireless LANs as well as extensive interactive and community building features. The site content is updated regularly and includes podcasts, interviews, tutorials, online video based training, quizzes, quick tips, news and more. The users can comment, rate and vote on most content posted on the site. Further, registered users (called Wi-FiGurus) can build and showcase their wireless LAN knowledge and network by building their Wi-FiGurus profile; developing their own Wi-FiGurus network by connecting with other Wi-FiGurus and submitting news, events, ideas, and more for publication on the site.
Wi-FiGurus site is well received by leading Wi-FI industry players. "WiFi is a complex technology to master. While one can learn a lot from the vendor experts, there is also a lot of value in learning from your peers. WiFiGurus.com provides a unique way to leverage the both professional and peer experiences to help you deal with WiFi deployments, both big and small”, said Neil Diener, CTO and Founder, Cognio, the industry leader in WiFi RF Interference solutions.
According to Chris Roeckl, Vice-President of Marketing at AirMagnet, a world leader in wireless network security, performance and compliance solutions, “Wi-FiGurus is providing a valuable service to the wireless industry by creating a forum to inform, enlighten and inspire professionals with regard to current and emerging trends in the market.”
For additional information on the news that is the subject of this release, contact Denise Wrobel or visit www.wi-figurus.com.
Wi-FiGurus.com is an interactive community of Wi-Fi industry professionals to learn, share and grow their wireless LAN knowledge and skills. Unlike most Wi-Fi portals, Wi-FiGurus is designed from ground up to build a great value for its users by constructing its knowledge base on the twin foundations of professional and user generated content and providing tools to promote networking and knowledge transfer among its community members.