Operating Wireless LANs for High Reliability and Performance: Six Best Practices That You Can Implement Today
Source: Aruba Networks
802.11n technologies have reached maturity. They are reliable, high-performing, dependable, secure, and often very affordable. These characteristics are making it possible to offer the benefits of enterprise mobility to everyone, everywhere. Organizations are deploying 802.11n infrastructures to expand existing wireless LANs (WLANs) to more locations, replace older, less reliable technologies, and rightsize their wired networks. The technology has arrived. End-user demand is high. So, what challenges are holding the all-wireless enterprise back. With today's technologies, infrastructure is no longer the critical factor in driving the reliability and performance of the wireless network.