Today, Wi-Fi is everywhere, and the need to provide good Wi-Fi is an essential part of doing business. But “good Wi-Fi” is not just about coverage or converting your APs to 802.11ac or 802.11ax. Good Wi-Fi means that your user experience is seamless. Most of the wireless networks today are designed to support only data applications and not real-time applications. In recent years, more and more companies are deploying real-time applications, and enterprise-quality is expected.
When listening to this album, one is struck immediately by the unique sound. The powerful, resonating nyatiti (a stringed instrument similar to the lyre) and Ogada's reflective, subdued vocals are unlike anything you've ever heard. They're also almost the only things you will hear on this disc, the only embellishment being the occasional light percussion or wind instrument. Ogada sings in his native Kenyan tongue, of the beliefs and traditions of his people. "Go far, see the world, but don't forget where you come from," he intones in the song "Chiro," a sentiment he has obviously taken to heart. There are no pounding rhythms on this record, nothing you can dance to, but it is memorable nonetheless, and makes a strong case for the beauty of restraint.