This brief resource outlines a smarter solution for high-density wireless networking that can scale to support thousands of simultaneous users and an ever-increasing range of wireless devices. Read on now to learn about the capabilities that make this solution a perfect fit for high-density environments.
This exclusive white paper discusses a networking solution that can handle high-capacity usage without sacrificing performance or availability to provide your mobile users with the experience they demand.
Wireless networks are a powerful tool for boosting productivity and encouraging information sharing in a small company. With access to network resources, employees can roam where they need to and have constant access to the tools required to do their jobs
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.
Read this e-guide from our experts at SearchNetworking.com to gain a better understanding of WLAN solutions and how to evaluate them. Inside you'll find critical questions you should ask when exploring solutions as well as a discussion about the myths surrounding cloud-managed WLANs.
Businesses want wireless now. So what's holding it up? The answer lies in ongoing IT concerns over: Wireless Security; Wireless Performance; Wireless Manageability; and Wireless Value. Read this brochure for an overview of these four important points.
In this collection of content, learn about the technical underpinnings of Wi-Fi 6, how it's different than its wireless predecessors and how Wi-Fi 6 and 5G complement each other. Also, explore the hardware components that need to be addressed in a Wi-Fi 6 deployment and discover the differences between Wi-Fi 6 and Wi-Fi 6E.
Motorola’s industry leading wireless broadband expertise helps to substantially reduce the effects of interference for point-to-multipoint wireless access and distribution networks in both licensed and unlicensed frequencies. This solution paper gives the details.