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What a fantastic show!

Mar 18, 2016 by Simon Westlake

What a show - never had a reception like it. I'm finally back in Wisconsin completely worn out, but very enthused by the fantastic welcome we received and the level of interest shown by everyone we met with. Hope you had a chance to check out our huge touchscreen - it was a lot of fun and very interesting watching people interact with Sonar for the first time.

I met with a lot of great vendors there as well that I've opened discussions with about integration and automation. Nothing concrete enough to talk about yet, but I'm very excited about what we have in the pipeline. Stay tuned for more coming soon.

Please join me in welcoming Glenn Moore to Sonar.

Mar 2, 2016 by Simon Westlake

I'm pleased to announce our selection of Glenn Moore to serve as Chief Operating Officer of Sonar Software, Inc.

Glenn brings 35 years of successful business experience to the table. His experience spans multiple industries, ranging from agricultural equipment to the communications industry, as well as positions on numerous boards. He has been a member of both WISPA and CANWISP for many years, and is the owner of a large fixed wireless ISP in rural Alberta, Canada, that spans over 25,000 square kilometers.

See you at WISP America!

Feb 25, 2016 by Simon Westlake

We'll be at WISP America Mar 15-17, showing off Sonar 0.4 in a very cool way. I don't want to spoil the surprise, but it'll be worth stopping by our booth to check out our display!

0.4 will bring our IPAM system, as well as RADIUS, Mikrotik and Procera integration. We'll also have a variety of implementations for DHCP networks - you can even layer all these provisioning items together and use them at the same time if you want to! Best of all, each item is fully IPv4/IPv6 compatible.

Inventory is almost here!

Feb 13, 2016 by Simon Westlake

We're putting the final touches on our 0.3 upgrade, and it's almost in your hands. The biggest change in 0.3 is the full inventory system we've built, but the 0.3 version of Sonar is chock full of other improvements and features - many of them driven by your feedback. Thanks a lot to everyone who's been active on our forum - your input has been invaluable, and I'm sure you'll see some of your requests in the change log.

Sonar version 0.4 is already underway, and will bring a flexible IPv4 and IPv6 IPAM (IP address management) system, as well as a number of options for provisioning. The Sonar provisioning system is already very flexible and configurable, and we're working with a number of different vendors to implement both standards based and proprietary provisioning options.

We're on Github!

Feb 1, 2016 by Simon Westlake

When we started building Sonar, one of our core commitments was that we'd always provide a full API to our customers. We've all experienced the alternative - a software platform that doesn't integrate with the tools you need, or doesn't work with the equipment you buy, or doesn't work the way you want, and you have no way to solve the problem when the vendor tells you that they can't, or won't, build in the features you need.

As part of this commitment, we've started a public Github repository for tools we're building to integrate with the Sonar API. Our first release is the Sonar importer - a tool to make it easier for you to import data from an existing data source into Sonar.

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