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  When people ask your advice on specs when purchasing their own laptop for work or home, you probably give them some minimum requirements for CPU, memory and disk space. You might also tell them about screen size and resolution. But are you failing your comrade by neglecting to mention minimum Wi-Fi requirements? It’s not […]

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  Here it is…the finale. Part 3 of the 3-part 802.11ac blog series. We’ve tried to give it to you straight and we hope this has been informative. 802.11ac can be complicated and again, our aim is to tell you what to expect from 802.11ac in the real world and how best to migrate to […]

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  In part 2 of this 3-part blog series, we strip away the hype and expose hidden details that WLAN vendors gloss over, or perhaps leave out.  Our aim is to tell you what to expect from 802.11ac in the real world and how best to migrate to it as your device population shifts to […]

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  In part 1 of this 3-part blog series, we strip away the hype and expose hidden details that WLAN vendors gloss over, or perhaps leave out.  Our aim is to tell you what to expect from 802.11ac in the real world and how best to migrate to it as your device population shifts to […]

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  “What just changed?” is the question Network IT Managers ask every day, and the question they have to answer for others in the organization. Everything seemed fine yesterday, or last week, or last month, but today, something has impacted Wi-Fi performance. When it comes to Wi-Fi, all types of factors come into play, and […]

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  It doesn’t have to be an all-or-nothing proposition when it comes to upgrading to 802.11ac. It’s likely that there are pockets of .11n on 2.4GHz that are working adequately, so why touch it? If the spectrum is relatively clean in some areas, then why worry? By delaying your upgrade to 802.11ac in certain buildings, […]

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802.11ad and 60GHz Wi-Fi – Do You Really Care?

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  Samsung made a big deal this week about developing a way to offer reliable Wi-Fi devices using the 802.11ad standard over the 60GHz band. The issue has always been the fragile nature of these radio waves as well as the amount of power required by devices to utilize the band. But apparently Samsung has […]

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