Date Added: Mar 2010
Today's enterprises face a choice when selecting a vendor of wireless LAN infrastructure for their organization. While there are many vendors to choose from, not all possess the expertise in both radio frequency (RF) design and computer networking to build true, enterprise-class infrastructure. This disparity in competency manifests itself in disparities in performance - specifically, in throughput, wireless LAN coverage, and capacity. This white paper examines testing conducted to characterize the capabilities of wireless LAN infrastructure from Cisco, Aruba, Motorola, and Hewlett Packard (HP). The authors describe the methodology for testing as well as test results.