802.11ac promises to offer the next wave of Wi-Fi performance, but achieving success takes more than plugging in a few new access points.
John Hanahan, of Extreme Networks, discusses the differences between the first and second waves of 802.11ac products and the implications that consumerized devices have on performance.
You’ll learn about:
- Establishing a coexistence and migration plan to 802.11ac
- The benefits of 802.11ac in “waves” one and two
- Channel utilization in 802.11n to optimize and simplify the migration to 802.11ac
- Access point deployment considerations for migration from 2.5GHz to 5Ghz
- Jon Linton, Senior Wireless Architect, Henry Ford Health System, CWNE #89, ITILv3, AirMagnet Certified Product Expert, ECS Wireless
- Doug McDonald, Henry Ford Health System Wireless Manager, CPHIMS, CWSP, ITILv3, AirMagnet Certified Product Expert, ECS Wireless
- John Hanahan, VP Product Management, Extreme Networks