Read the white paper, Understanding the IEEE 802.11ac Wi-Fi Standard
Transitioning your wireless LAN from the old standard to the new standard can be quite daunting. Many have yet to fully deploy 802.11n, where a radio can reach data rates up to 450 Mbps. While this seems fast, the demand for wireless bandwidth is almost exponential. Voice and video applications add to the growing list of always-on business apps that continue to push the demand for more and more wireless bandwidth.
802.11ac promises to be a real winner when a single radio can reach 1.3 Gbps – almost three times the rate of the previous standard. How do you acquire and successfully deploy this new technology?
Read the white paper, Understanding the IEEE 802.11ac Wi-Fi Standard, and you’ll learn:
• What are the major differences between 802.11n and 802.11ac?
• What options do you have for integrating 802.11ac into an existing network?
• What elements must be newly purchased – what can be reused?
• Will support of 802.11ac require upgrades to your wired infrastructure?