sponsored by Xirrus
Posted:  29 Jul 2013
Published:  31 Dec 2012
Format:  PDF
Length:  4  Page(s)
Type:  White Paper
Language:  English
ABSTRACT:

As the popularity of wireless access grows, the emerging standard 802.11ac promises to enhance wireless networks by delivering a much greater performance when compared with today’s 802.11n standard. But is 802.11ac enough to make wireless the primary connection to the network?

This resource takes an inside look at 802.11ac, and offers tips and tactics to help you approach wired-equivalent performance per user. Read on now to learn more, and discover: 

  • An overview of 802.11ac
  • Wired vs. wireless: Is 802.11ac enough?
  • 802.11ac deployment considerations
  • And more





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