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Next-generation WLAN architecture for high performance networks

Category: Wireless networking/WLAN/Wi-Fi

Date: 02 April 2007, 14:00

Company: Trapeze Networks

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Over the last few years, enterprises have increasingly deployed wireless local area networks (WLANs) to drive productivity, reduce cost, and improve work quality. While the return on investment has been substantial, enterprises recognize they have reaped only a fraction of the potential benefits. Today, they are looking to leverage wireless technology for even greater value, by extending it to more users and by expanding the scope of wireless services and applications.

At the same time, a number of business and technology trends are creating a new set of requirements for wireless networks that can deliver the increased value that enterprises are demanding. Emerging developments such as the high-throughput 802.11n standard hold the promise of providing significantly more powerful WLANs. But current WLAN architectures stand in the way of realizing those benefits. Consequently, a new approach is needed to deliver the next generation of high performance wireless networks.

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