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By: Cisco     Published Date: Jun 02, 2015
Learn everything you need to know about 802.11ac, including how it compares to 802.11n.
Tags : wifi, networks, infrastructure, bandwidth, client adoption, frequency, speed, modulation
     Cisco
By: Cisco     Published Date: Sep 16, 2015
Learn everything you need to know about 802.11ac, including how it compares to 802.11n.
Tags : network, infrastructure, cloud, mobility
     Cisco
By: HP Data Center     Published Date: Apr 16, 2009
This paper examines both the centralized WLAN switch architecture and the optimized WLAN architecture, so that the wireless network choice an organization makes today will protect its investment and allow it to experience the substantial benefits of 802.11 for years to come.
Tags : hp data center, 802.11n, architectural evolution, wlan, lan, scalability, collaboration, wireless
     HP Data Center
By: Ruckus Wireless     Published Date: Oct 16, 2008
This free white paper clearly explains how to optimize existing networks for Voice Over Wi-Fi (VoFi). Learn how to fight both known and hidden sources of RF voice interference; how to prioritize traffic flows, so voice always comes first; how properly planning your WLAN can dramatically improve handset battery life; how to arrange for roaming without annoying dropouts; and more. Download your free copy now.
Tags : ruckus, access points, wifi, wi-fi, wlan, aps, networking, wireless
     Ruckus Wireless
By: Aerohive     Published Date: Feb 06, 2008
Yesterday’s fat access points and legacy wireless LANs typically can’t handle mission-critical, real-time applications, nor do they have a migration path to 802.11n. Aerohive Networks has developed a new controller-less architecture that provides an innovative way to handle tomorrow’s wireless challenges – like voice over WLAN and migrating to 802.11n – without costing you a fortune. This paper discusses the benefits of this approach and the key underlying technologies of cooperative control, including best path forwarding and policy enforcement at the edge.
Tags : business, roi, tco, wireless lan, enterprise wireless, economics, cooperative control, aerohive
     Aerohive
By: Lionbridge     Published Date: Nov 18, 2009
The IEEE is trying to cope by introducing the 802.11n standard-but it's still in draft form. Meanwhile, how can manufacturers cope with the confusion and promise surrounding 802.11's future? The situation is outlined, and a forward path, based on strategic testing, is proposed.
Tags : 802.11 standard, 802.11n challenges, wireless networking, draft-n standard, ieee, 802.11 specification, veritest, ixchariot software
     Lionbridge
By: Aruba Networks     Published Date: Nov 20, 2013
Given the evolution of past major advances in wireless-LAN technologies, it should come as no surprise that products based on the still-in-development IEEE 802.11ac standard are now appearing across the board, from residence to enterprise. Just as was the case with 802.11g and 802.11n, the standards-development process is now far enough along that the semiconductor community is shipping in volume, the Wi-Fi Alliance has been able to issue an initial interoperability specification, and system-vendor products offering up to 1.3 Gbps are now available at prices very close to those of 802.11n APs but with on the order of a 30% improvement in price/performance on a spectral-efficiency basis and from 100% to more than 200% in performance overall.
Tags : security, assurance strategies, initial deployment, wireless-lan, wi-fi, gbps, enterprise, best practices
     Aruba Networks
By: HP     Published Date: Nov 14, 2011
See how HP is setting the benchmark for 802.11n performance with the industry's first three-spatial-stream 802.11n dual-radio access points.
Tags : wireless, 208.11n, dual-radio, performance, benchmark, ehternet, range, coverage
     HP
By: HP and Intel® Xeon® processors     Published Date: May 08, 2012
See how HP is setting the benchmark for 802.11n performance with the industry's first three-spatial-stream 802.11n dual-radio access points.
Tags : smb, mobile, 802.11n, 802.11, dual-radio, mobile devices, access points, ethernet
     HP and Intel® Xeon® processors
By: Trapeze Networks     Published Date: Apr 16, 2007
This paper identifies the requirements for next-generation WLANs, examines the limitations of existing approaches, and describes an innovative WLAN architecture from Trapeze Networks called Smart Mobile™, which overcomes those limitations.
Tags : 802.11n, wireless, wi-fi, wireless local area network, wlan, wireless network, mobile, voice over ip
     Trapeze Networks
By: Aerohive     Published Date: Feb 06, 2008
Are you looking to reduce the operational cost of your existing wireless LAN, and to make it support mission-critical, real-time applications and 802.11n? At the same time, are you challenged with the cost and complexity associated with most next-generation wireless LAN architectures? Check out the enterprise-class, cost-effective new cooperative control architecture from Aerohive Networks. In this real-world case study, you’ll see how Aerohive Networks' cooperative control architecture combines the linear cost modeling of autonomous APs and the operational advantages of controller-based approaches.
Tags : business, roi, tco, wireless lan, enterprise wireless, economics, cooperative control, aerohive
     Aerohive
By: Ruckus Wireless     Published Date: Sep 28, 2009
In this free white paper, discover the hidden costs of out-of-the-box Wi-Fi. Fluctuating connections can potentially cost thousands per day! Now get cost outlays for 5 vendors in 2 different scenarios; learn which 10 component(s) may avoid catastrophe; and find out when to prioritize coverage over capacity. If your business is riding on Wi-Fi, it pays to play it safe. Learn how-download your copy of this free white paper now.
Tags : ruckus, access points, wifi, wi-fi, wlan, aps, networking, wireless
     Ruckus Wireless
By: Aruba Networks     Published Date: Jul 03, 2013
The increased performance and higher capacity of 802.11ac have tremendous appeal for organizations rapidly approaching the limits of their current Wi-Fi network, or for organizations that are striving to adopt next-generation applications or interactive network experiences. To help identify these opportunities, this brief represents the top use cases for adopting 802.11ac technology today.
Tags : 802.11n, 802.11ac, ieee, enhancements, reliability, 5-ghz, capacity
     Aruba Networks
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