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  • White Papers // Mar 2012

    Virtualized Architecture Enables Choice, Efficiency, and Agility for Enterprise Mobility

    Mobility, server virtualization, and cloud computing are major initiatives for IT departments across industries. Companies are applying these services and technologies to empower an agile and competitive workforce. These technologies engender a more dynamic IT infrastructure that achieves new cost efficiencies and enables IT staff to respond quickly to rapidly...

    Provided By Meru Networks

  • Case Studies // Nov 2009

    Want to Manage a LAN From Your iPhone? There's an Application for That

    Edifice Communications provides IT solutions, services and network infrastructure to universities, schools, hotels and hospitals. Therefore, the IT provider required to offer seamless wireless networking to its clients. It is noticed that problems with connectivity often come at a time when the support staff is not around to diagnose problems...

    Provided By Meru Networks

  • White Papers // Oct 2009

    Wireless LAN Operations: From Reactive to Proactive

    Enterprises everywhere are turning to Wireless Networks (WLANs) as their primary network to provide users mobility, increase productivity and lower infrastructure cost. The recent ratification of 802.11n has added fuel to that fire, by providing most users a faster connection over the air than they can get plugged in at...

    Provided By Meru Networks

  • Webcasts // Sep 2009

    802.11n Ratification - Come With Questions, Leave With Answers

    For starters, industry experts say that by the year 2012 80% of wireless LAN installations will be 802.11n. The result of that is not only will the vast majority of IT departments need to support 802.11n but the hundreds of millions of legacy 802.11 a/b/g clients need to be accounted...

    Provided By Meru Networks

  • White Papers // Sep 2009

    The State of 802.11n

    With the ratification of 802.11n, wireless LANs are finally coming of age. Though its status as an official IEEE standard is new, the technology is mature and proven. The 802.11n specification is built upon the foundation laid ten years ago by 802.11b and improved in subsequent years with higher speeds,...

    Provided By Meru Networks

  • Case Studies // May 2009

    Czech Start-Ups Get Business-Class Telephony Using Meru Wi-Fi Network

    TechnoPark Pardubice is a business park that hosts offices and other facilities of many start-up companies in the Czech Republic. The park comprises office, R&D labs, engineering labs, and spaces for prototypes. It lies on the outskirts of Pardubice, which is an ancient town. The technology park also has spaces...

    Provided By Meru Networks

  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    The Evolution of Wireless Infrastructure

    The introduction of 802.11n means that wireless networks can now exceed the throughput of switched Ethernet. This has led many organizations to consider making wireless the preferred network access method, relied on for constant connectivity rather than just occasional portability. The case for wireless becoming the standard method of network...

    Provided By Meru Networks

  • Case Studies // Feb 2009

    Wireless Networking With Meru Using 802.11n for Data and Voice Is Better by Design for Leading European Architects BDP

    When European interdisciplinary design practice BDP acquired a 33,000 square foot northern England headquarter, they wanted to deploy LAN on the multi-storey building. It was difficult to employ Wi-Fi accurately at such a large facility. Once the access points are up and running, radio signals can be muffled, deflected, and...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Security: Multiple Lines of Defense

    As organizations move from wired to wireless as a primary mode of network access, wireless security becomes paramount. Security technologies from Meru Networks mean that for the first time, Wi-Fi can truly be as secure as Ethernet. Whereas most vendors offer point products that address only certain categories of threat,...

    Provided By Meru Networks

  • Webcasts // Jan 2009

    Making Wi-Fi More Reliable Than Ethernet

    Wireless networks can be even more reliable than wires. The attendee will learn about Virtual Cells, channel layering and RF issues pertaining to 802.11n.

    Provided By Meru Networks

  • Webcasts // Jan 2009

    802.11n: What It Means for Your Enterprise

    The presenter discusses key considerations for The Next Generation Network and Jean Boland, CIO of Morrisville State College provides first hand insights from her real-world 802.11n network implementation.

    Provided By Meru Networks

  • Webcasts // Jan 2009

    Wireless LANs for Education: A K-12 Perspective

    Education is all about learning from other's experiences. The attendee of this webcast will learn from Farmington Municipal Schools, New Mexico and Miami Dade Public Schools, Florida, what they learned about delivering high performance wireless LAN.

    Provided By Meru Networks

  • Webcasts // Jan 2009

    Next-Generation Wi-Fi: Unwiring the 21st Century School

    Building a wireless network that effectively supports 21st Century learning initiatives doesn't have to be a complex and costly exercise. The attendee of this webcast will hear and learn from education technology leaders that have successfully deployed a wireless network to meet the growing demand for high-performing, reliable mobility.

    Provided By Meru Networks

  • Webcasts // Jan 2009

    Creating an 802.11n Strategy That Makes Sense

    Whether one is looking to upgrade the legacy Wi-Fi network or just getting started with wireless, this webcast will provides the knowledge one will need to deploy a high-performance Wi-Fi network with a sensible and cost-effective path to 802.11n.

    Provided By Meru Networks

  • Webcasts // Jan 2009

    Delivering Reliable Wi-Fi Applications at the Point-of-Care

    The attendee of this webcast will hear about issues faced by IT professionals in deploying Wi-Fi infrastructure to deliver applications at point-of-care with high reliability, and how they overcame the challenges.

    Provided By Meru Networks

  • White Papers // Nov 2008

    Wireless LAN Virtualization: Twice the Network at Half the Cost

    With the introduction of 802.11n, WLAN radio data rates of 300Mbps and peak throughput not too far behind have propelled the speed of wireless networks past wired Ethernet. With the increase in bandwidth comes the prospect of eliminating the vast majority of wireline switch ports. Wireless radios can blast networking...

    Provided By Meru Networks

  • White Papers // Nov 2008

    Wireless LAN Virtualization:Twice the Network at Half the Cost

    Creating networks that can run business-critical applications is one of the core focuses of the enterprise IT department. This has traditionally meant wired Ethernet, with wireless often seen as an afterthought for convenience rather than the network of choice. But as aging wired infrastructure approaches its next expensive refresh cycle...

    Provided By Meru Networks

  • White Papers // Nov 2008

    Top 5 Things CIOs Need to Know About Wireless LAN Virtualization

    Virtualization has already made servers, storage and other IT assets more flexible, letting IT adjust the resources available to each application on demand. WLAN Virtualization does the same for the network. The Virtual Cell pools access points so that an entire network can be treated as one AP: the Virtual...

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  • White Papers // Nov 2008

    Top 10 Things Network Managers Need to Know About Wireless LAN Virtualization

    As far as applications and users are concerned, the Virtual Port has all the same characteristics as an Ethernet port: consistent, reliable connectivity. The big difference is that whereas Ethernet is tethered to a wire, the Virtual Port travels with a client device throughout the network. It is also more...

    Provided By Meru Networks

  • White Papers // Sep 2009

    The State of 802.11n

    With the ratification of 802.11n, wireless LANs are finally coming of age. Though its status as an official IEEE standard is new, the technology is mature and proven. The 802.11n specification is built upon the foundation laid ten years ago by 802.11b and improved in subsequent years with higher speeds,...

    Provided By Meru Networks

  • White Papers // Nov 2008

    Wireless LAN Virtualization: Twice the Network at Half the Cost

    With the introduction of 802.11n, WLAN radio data rates of 300Mbps and peak throughput not too far behind have propelled the speed of wireless networks past wired Ethernet. With the increase in bandwidth comes the prospect of eliminating the vast majority of wireline switch ports. Wireless radios can blast networking...

    Provided By Meru Networks

  • White Papers // Nov 2008

    Top 5 Things CIOs Need to Know About Wireless LAN Virtualization

    Virtualization has already made servers, storage and other IT assets more flexible, letting IT adjust the resources available to each application on demand. WLAN Virtualization does the same for the network. The Virtual Cell pools access points so that an entire network can be treated as one AP: the Virtual...

    Provided By Meru Networks

  • White Papers // Nov 2008

    Top 10 Things Network Managers Need to Know About Wireless LAN Virtualization

    As far as applications and users are concerned, the Virtual Port has all the same characteristics as an Ethernet port: consistent, reliable connectivity. The big difference is that whereas Ethernet is tethered to a wire, the Virtual Port travels with a client device throughout the network. It is also more...

    Provided By Meru Networks

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Security: Multiple Lines of Defense

    As organizations move from wired to wireless as a primary mode of network access, wireless security becomes paramount. Security technologies from Meru Networks mean that for the first time, Wi-Fi can truly be as secure as Ethernet. Whereas most vendors offer point products that address only certain categories of threat,...

    Provided By Meru Networks

  • White Papers // Oct 2009

    Wireless LAN Operations: From Reactive to Proactive

    Enterprises everywhere are turning to Wireless Networks (WLANs) as their primary network to provide users mobility, increase productivity and lower infrastructure cost. The recent ratification of 802.11n has added fuel to that fire, by providing most users a faster connection over the air than they can get plugged in at...

    Provided By Meru Networks

  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    The Evolution of Wireless Infrastructure

    The introduction of 802.11n means that wireless networks can now exceed the throughput of switched Ethernet. This has led many organizations to consider making wireless the preferred network access method, relied on for constant connectivity rather than just occasional portability. The case for wireless becoming the standard method of network...

    Provided By Meru Networks

  • Webcasts // Sep 2009

    802.11n Ratification - Come With Questions, Leave With Answers

    For starters, industry experts say that by the year 2012 80% of wireless LAN installations will be 802.11n. The result of that is not only will the vast majority of IT departments need to support 802.11n but the hundreds of millions of legacy 802.11 a/b/g clients need to be accounted...

    Provided By Meru Networks

  • Webcasts // Jan 2009

    Making Wi-Fi More Reliable Than Ethernet

    Wireless networks can be even more reliable than wires. The attendee will learn about Virtual Cells, channel layering and RF issues pertaining to 802.11n.

    Provided By Meru Networks

  • Webcasts // Jan 2009

    802.11n: What It Means for Your Enterprise

    The presenter discusses key considerations for The Next Generation Network and Jean Boland, CIO of Morrisville State College provides first hand insights from her real-world 802.11n network implementation.

    Provided By Meru Networks

  • Webcasts // Jan 2009

    Wireless LANs for Education: A K-12 Perspective

    Education is all about learning from other's experiences. The attendee of this webcast will learn from Farmington Municipal Schools, New Mexico and Miami Dade Public Schools, Florida, what they learned about delivering high performance wireless LAN.

    Provided By Meru Networks

  • Webcasts // Jan 2009

    Next-Generation Wi-Fi: Unwiring the 21st Century School

    Building a wireless network that effectively supports 21st Century learning initiatives doesn't have to be a complex and costly exercise. The attendee of this webcast will hear and learn from education technology leaders that have successfully deployed a wireless network to meet the growing demand for high-performing, reliable mobility.

    Provided By Meru Networks

  • Webcasts // Jan 2009

    Creating an 802.11n Strategy That Makes Sense

    Whether one is looking to upgrade the legacy Wi-Fi network or just getting started with wireless, this webcast will provides the knowledge one will need to deploy a high-performance Wi-Fi network with a sensible and cost-effective path to 802.11n.

    Provided By Meru Networks

  • Webcasts // Jan 2009

    Delivering Reliable Wi-Fi Applications at the Point-of-Care

    The attendee of this webcast will hear about issues faced by IT professionals in deploying Wi-Fi infrastructure to deliver applications at point-of-care with high reliability, and how they overcame the challenges.

    Provided By Meru Networks

  • White Papers // Nov 2008

    Wireless LAN Virtualization:Twice the Network at Half the Cost

    Creating networks that can run business-critical applications is one of the core focuses of the enterprise IT department. This has traditionally meant wired Ethernet, with wireless often seen as an afterthought for convenience rather than the network of choice. But as aging wired infrastructure approaches its next expensive refresh cycle...

    Provided By Meru Networks

  • White Papers // Mar 2012

    Virtualized Architecture Enables Choice, Efficiency, and Agility for Enterprise Mobility

    Mobility, server virtualization, and cloud computing are major initiatives for IT departments across industries. Companies are applying these services and technologies to empower an agile and competitive workforce. These technologies engender a more dynamic IT infrastructure that achieves new cost efficiencies and enables IT staff to respond quickly to rapidly...

    Provided By Meru Networks

  • Case Studies // Feb 2009

    Wireless Networking With Meru Using 802.11n for Data and Voice Is Better by Design for Leading European Architects BDP

    When European interdisciplinary design practice BDP acquired a 33,000 square foot northern England headquarter, they wanted to deploy LAN on the multi-storey building. It was difficult to employ Wi-Fi accurately at such a large facility. Once the access points are up and running, radio signals can be muffled, deflected, and...

    Provided By Meru Networks

  • Case Studies // May 2009

    Czech Start-Ups Get Business-Class Telephony Using Meru Wi-Fi Network

    TechnoPark Pardubice is a business park that hosts offices and other facilities of many start-up companies in the Czech Republic. The park comprises office, R&D labs, engineering labs, and spaces for prototypes. It lies on the outskirts of Pardubice, which is an ancient town. The technology park also has spaces...

    Provided By Meru Networks

  • Case Studies // Nov 2009

    Want to Manage a LAN From Your iPhone? There's an Application for That

    Edifice Communications provides IT solutions, services and network infrastructure to universities, schools, hotels and hospitals. Therefore, the IT provider required to offer seamless wireless networking to its clients. It is noticed that problems with connectivity often come at a time when the support staff is not around to diagnose problems...

    Provided By Meru Networks