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Owner, Walczak Technology Consultants, Inc.
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Ron Walczak's IT and enterprise communications experience encompasses over 25 years of technical design and development, network design, and management. This experience includes voice, data, video services and wired and wireless network technologies. Ron has designed over 22 million sq. feet of 802.11 wireless for higher education, manufacturing, warehousing and corporate environments.  Ron has an Electrical Engineering degree from Youngstown State University, a Business Administration degree from Capital University and a Master of Science Degree in Leadership and Information Technology from Duquesne University.  He is an active member of ACUTA and BICSI and participates in two graduate level programs at Carnegie Mellon University as a lecturer and advisor.

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Tips for Smarter WLAN Design

12/11/2013
Healthcare, retail, and warehouse/manufacturing have their own quirks when it comes to WLAN design. These tips will help you avoid cookie-cutter deployments.

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