Creating “Wi-Fi that works”, even with minimal requirements, is a tall order given the breadth of client and application types that must perform well over the wireless infrastructure, but when adding in the speed and complexity of 802.11n, a variety of demanding applications, high-density environments, and tricky deployment scenarios, controller-based vendors cannot live up to their promises of Ethernet-like determinism. Creating Ethernet out of Wi-Fi takes a feature-rich platform built on a resilient, fully distributed architecture. Anything less than controller-less simply isn’t capable of Wireless 2.0.
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A practical approach to wireless 2.0
Mission critical reliability with granular security and policy enforcement
Date: 14 June 2011, 16:48
Company: Aerohive Networks
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