Wireless Wide Area Networks DEFINITION: Designed as two geographically separate computer networks joined through a RF wireless link, including infrared, satellite, and radio signals.
This paper examines the characteristics of a next-generation solution that helps alleviate the prevailing issues and challenges associated with today's WLAN implementations. The emergence of products that conform to related criteria holds the key to enabling enterprises to fully realize the important benefits that wireless technology has to offer.
In response to increased employee mobility, companies are developing Unified Communications (UC) strategies and implementing UC solutions to enable a global work focus and ease employee communications problems.
By converging real-time, near-real-time, and non-real-time business communication applications, Avaya Intelligent Communications can dramatically reduce cell phone expenses, taking Unified Communications to the next level.
For most deployment scenarios, an SSL VPN appliance can provide many of the features and benefits of a special purpose WLAN controller for wireless access, but at a much lower cost and with greater flexibility. This paper describes the key sell...
This white paper reviews past and present technologies including a discussion of circuits and packets and also compares WLAN and WWAN networks in terms of advantages, challenges, and issues to consider when considering a wireless solution.
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