From Centralization to Virtualization

Provided by Meru Networks

Category Virtualization

Type White Paper

Length 9

Publish Date October 02 2009

Date posted April 16 2010


With 802.11n exceeding Ethernet in raw bandwidth terms, wireless connectivity is ready to replace wired edge networks for mainstream enterprise applications, if the wireless network is designed and built to take advantage of all the capabilities of 802.11n. To best understand how this can be achieved, it is useful to review how Wi-Fi networks have evolved, and where Meru's recognized reputation for innovation and design leadership has taken this powerful technology.

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