READ MORE HERE original post, 9/2/15 @ 16:24 Applications are lifting to the cloud, the Internet edge is shifting to the branch, and new business requirements are swiftly straining both the corporate LAN and WAN. It’s time to rethink your Branch-WAN strategy — simultaneously increasing productivity, reducing costs, and helping your business grow. I want …
While the need for higher data rates in enterprise networks continues to increase, it has become apparent that applications such as wireless 802.11ac are already beyond 1G.
Until recently, customers had to move from 1G to 10G (which requires Category 6A) to get additional bandwidth, but now there are new products that can run at 2.5G and 5G. The goal of adding these intermediate speeds is to allow quick upgrades in networks that are simple to implement.
While new buildings will want to install 10G-capable Category 6A infrastructure to prepare for the future, enterprises can now give their existing wireless network a boost without having to upgrade the premise wiring.
This presentation, sponsored by Panduit, will discuss the applications driving the need for 2.5G and 5G networks, the types of products that are now being offered, and some insight as to how this can be implemented.
I’ve seen a sharp increase in edge switch and wifi refresh sales in my region. Mainly do to the new wifi standard (802.11c wave 2) and the need for more bandwidth and capacity for mobile devices.
The speed and reliability of your network is MISSION CRITICAL to your business.
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Today’s networks are no longer just wired switching. They include wireless access, remote access, mobility, security and collaboraBon. Yet most companies sBll try to operate each component as a standalone system.
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With unprecedented speed, the new generation of Wi-Fi—802.11ac Wave 2— offers new levels of capacity that will power tomorrow’s workspace, transform networks, and drive digital transformation.
Along with 802.11ac Wave 2, multigigabit technology for access switching enables organizations to increase uplink speeds beyond 1Gbps without changing existing cabling.
2015 is quickly coming to and end and there are some great incentives for:
End of life equipment
End of support equipment
We heard so many times in the past “Why can’t I transfer licenses from my WISM or 4400 controllers to the new controller.” Well now you can! We can migrate customers licenses to new hardware. S
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