Minimizing TCO in Enterprise Wi-Fi Infrastructure
sponsored by Hewlett-Packard Company

With the improvements in performance and cuts in price Wi-Fi has experienced over the years, coupled with the technology's convenience and reliability across a variety of traditional pain points, it should come as no surprise that Wi-Fi has seen significant success in enterprise settings.

Despite developments in enterprise Wi-Fi technology, there still remain a few pain points; namely, capacity shortages, which lead to increased spending. The proliferation of mobile devices in the workplace and today's increased demands on networks only continue to exacerbate the Wi-Fi capacity dilemma - but network traffic won't be slowing down any time soon.

This paper addresses the capacity cap of modern Wi-Fi and explains the benefits of advanced technologies and architectures. Read on for more, including:

  • Defining Wi-Fi value and determining the benefits
  • Minimizing WLAN total cost of ownership
  • Applying advanced wireless LAN technologies
  • And more
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