Brave new wireless: 802.11ax Wi-Fi promises big LAN changes

Why 802.11ax Wi-Fi promises big LAN changes

Wireless technology has come a long way since the late ’90s and early 2000s. Today, wireless outstrips Ethernet in many environments and is the need-to-have network, with end users expecting service everywhere, from elevators to public restrooms.

Demands on the wireless-first LAN keep growing; it makes sense the next standard should perform not just faster and better, but differently. On paper, 802.11ax Wi-Fi fits the bill.

Read this eGuide to find out why networking experts say high-efficiency 802.11ax Wi-Fi actually lives up to the hype, and explore why firms should pay more attention to ensuring engineers are properly trained.

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