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  • Six iPad tests for multimedia-grade Wi-Fi

    White Papers // Nov 2011 // provided by Aruba Networks

    Along with most companies, the University of Ottawa has seen a massive increase in the numbers of highly mobile devices such as iPhones, Androids and iPads attached to the network. The combination of mobility and high-bandwidth, latency-sensitive applications can cause problems for wireless networks. The University of Ottawa, together with ...

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  • Enterprise wireless networks add speed with 802.11n

    White Papers // Nov 2011 // provided by Aruba Networks

    The IEEE 802.11n standard and Wi-Fi Alliance 802.11n certification herald a new world for enterprise wireless networks. 802.11n brings significantly higher data rates and more reliable coverage than previous Wi-Fi technology: it represents a significant upgrade in performance. This Aruba white paper explains the advanced technology introduced in the 'final' ...

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  • Bring Your Own iPad to Work

    White Papers // Oct 2011 // provided by Aruba Networks

    In recent months, CIOs have found themselves in a difficult position. Employees from executives to junior new hires are excited by the productivity potential they see in their lives away from the corporation, as consumers. Social networking, high-speed Wi-Fi access and highly-capable new Smartphone's allow them to communicate and collaborate ...

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  • Bringing QoS Over Wireless LAN Into Focus

    White Papers // Aug 2011 // provided by Aruba Networks

    The reliable delivery of latency-sensitive voice and video streams mandates the use of transport mechanisms with very low packet loss, jitter, and delay. IP PBX systems already incorporate the necessary mechanisms to deliver these services over Local Area Networks (LANs) and Wide Area Networks (WANs). The introduction of corporate Wi-Fi ...

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  • Raising the Call: Integrating Aruba Wireless LANs with Microsoft Lyncs' Emergency Call Architecture

    White Papers // Aug 2011 // provided by Aruba Networks

    As traditional TDM PBXs have progressively been replaced with IP-PBXs and unified communications systems, vendors have been called upon to integrate these systems with the North American E9-1-1 emergency call system. Among other characteristics, E9-1-1 requires automatic location identification of the caller who dialed 911. With a traditional PBX, the ...

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