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Lisa Phifer, Wireless Networking Expert - Owner
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Just five years ago, no one would have described Wi-Fi as a primary access technology but now, as Wi-Fi and cellular architectures deliver security, reliability and robust throughput sufficient to delivery video and multimedia content, wireless LAN (WLAN) is a critical enterprise component. With the IEEE 802.11ac-2013 standard approved, WLAN data rates will soar to multiple-gigabit territory. This TechGuide focuses on the WLAN's evolution and why it will soon be a viable alternative to Ethernet.   Access >>>

Table of contents

  • Counting the reasons to deploy 802.11ac
  • What WLAN planners need to know about the 802.11ac standard
  • With new wireless network capabilities come higher user capacity

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