How to Ease the Pain of Slow Wi-Fi

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As fast as wired networks

It's no wonder that 802.11ac is eclipsing 802.11n. With speeds as high as 1.3 Gbps, 802.11ac access is as fast as wired networks, which come in at about 1 Gbps.

With the invasion of mobile devices in the enterprise, organizations are struggling to meet the demands placed upon their networks. On top of that, ever-changing Wi-Fi standards (n-> ac waves 1 through 3 and now talk of z) make it difficult to keep up, and know when to upgrade. In this slideshow, WildPackets defines the current state of affairs with Wi-Fi, outlining the path to adoption of 802.11ac and describing possible pain points and how to fix them. 

WildPackets, Inc., founded in 1990, develops hardware and software solutions that drive network performance, enabling organizations of all sizes to analyze, troubleshoot, optimize, and secure their wired and wireless networks. WildPackets products are sold in over 60 countries and deployed in all industrial sectors.

 

Related Topics : Blade Servers, Business Integration, Ethernet, LAN, Network Protocols

 
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