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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 Port partitions the pool into individual networks tailored to fit each user. With WLAN virtualization, CIOs gain granular control over every client and a network that can adapt to unpredictable workloads or grow with business needs, all while lowering overall cost.
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