October 7, 2013

Deploying 802.11ac: Strategies for Gigabit Wireless LANs

802.11ac is here. While the IEEE standard itself is not yet finished, as we've seen with earlier wireless-LAN efforts, large numbers of both residential and enterprise-class products are already hitting the market. Farpoint Group believes that, while the process will clearly take a number of years, 802.11ac will eventually and entirely replace 802.11n in all applications. Given the rapid adoption, what are the advances, technologies and capabilities of 802.11ac?  What strategies should be applied?  This Farpoint Group White Paper has some of the answers.

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    I really like the inclusion of factors outside 802.11ac itself as part of this paper. Of course, whatever Craig Mathias writes on this topic always merits careful consideration. This is no exception as a "must read."

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