802.11n Drives an Architectural Evolution
sponsored by Hewlett-Packard Company

Today's enterprises deploy wireless LANs (WLANs) as a standard business tool to drive productivity and enhance collaboration. Enter the state-of-the-art WLAN 802.11n. Organizations can expand their wireless capabilities with this expanding technology to dramatically boost network capacity and speed up to 600 Mbps.

There are major implications as to how organizations will use and implement wireless networks moving forward. Whether or not an organization wishes to deploy 802.11n in the near term, an architecture that can be quickly adapted to facilitate technological advances is a major consideration when making a WLAN investment decision. The sharp capacity increase possible with 802.11n is a compelling force behind the evolution in WLAN architectures, and every organization must examine the impact this exciting new technology will have on WLAN scalability, LAN performance, and IT budgets of the future.

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