High-Density Wi-Fi Design Principles
sponsored by Aerohive Networks

Wi-Fi networks are now a business necessity – but in high-density environments, where the number of client devices and required application throughput exceed the available network capacity, even a well-designed wireless network is insufficient for providing high performance.

In this resource, uncover a simple set of 14 principles that savvy organizations should use when designing a high-density network in order to achieve both high performance and intelligent features. Read on now to learn how you can get started.

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