Older wireless enterprise networks are not capable of meeting user expectations in the country
Wi-Fi, the primary mode of access to high-speed internet for most mobile users, has transformed the way in which users interact with their devices. Businesses in
While the advantages of 802.11ac are evident, its uptake in
3x Performance Boost Wave 1 802.11ac is able to meet the performance and density demands of today's mobile environment and the future. With achievable speeds reaching 750Mbps of TCP to a single 3 stream client and up to 250Mbps to a single stream client like a smartphone, it is able to deliver a 3X performance boost to the network without demanding a large price premium. Since Wi-Fi is a shared medium, the speed with which each client communicates has a direct relationship to the number of clients that the network can support.
As Omani businesses look at rolling out a new network or adding capacity in certain areas of their networks, they should select the best performing products available today. Delaying the rollout will mean increased downtime for employees as they spend more time waiting for file transfers.
Over 100 devices are 11ac and its ramping up fast With over 100
It even speeds up 802.11n clients Leveraging the enhanced RF designs and faster CPUs in today's 802.11ac products, even legacy 802.11n devices will see better range and performance from an 802.11ac access point.
802.11ac does not require upgrades to the wired network 802.11ac Wave 1 is really the last generation of Wi-Fi that allows IT departments to leverage their existing switching infrastructure without requiring major upgrades. With future Wave 2 speeds likely to reach 2 Gbps over the air, the uplink performance requirements will exceed the existing Gigabit Ethernet (GigE) ports and will require the use of either multiple GigE ports to the access point or even 10GigE.
As has always been the case, innovation will continue with Wi-Fi since the demands for throughput capacity and density will continue to push the networks. 802.11ac addresses the most pressing consumer and business needs today, and is set for rapid expansion across the entire Wi-Fi ecosystem. The sooner businesses in
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