2014 will be a year of incredible opportunity in the mobility and wireless LAN market, with the deployment of 802.11ac, or gigabit Wi-Fi, hitting the mainstream. In addition, new developments such as the Internet of Things (IoT) and software-defined networking (SDN) will fundamentally change the way we approach developing and deploying those networks, at the same time transforming how IT is purchased, deployed, integrated and managed.
Attend this webinar to:
Hear from a panel of IT leaders on meeting the challenges and avoiding mistakes in the migration to 802.11ac
Discover how trends from 802.11ac and IoT will catalyze change in Wi-Fi networks
Learn about SDN and its impact to the network
Join Meruâ€™s featured guest Rohit Mehra of IDC and a distinguished panel of IT leaders for an informative, fast-paced exploration of how to ensure a high quality end user experience in the midst of the most important developments in the history of the wireless and wired edge.
Bellarmine College Preparatory: Chris Carey â€“ Director of Technology
Goffstown New Hampshire School District: Gary Girolimon â€“ Director of Technology
Cupertino Inn: Jazz Johal â€“ IT Manager
Cornwall Community Hospital: Mario Alibrando - Director of IT
Whether IT managers are evaluating initial 802.11ac deployments for high-capacity, high-density locations, or for the broad replacement of 802.11n and earlier Wi-Fi technologies; waiting is not an option. 802.11ac is here and it offers unprecedented levels of throughput and capacity.
Join this webinar to:
Review the key technology advances in 802.11ac
Discuss how to overcome common barriers to adoption
Evaluate readiness for 802.11ac, and examine the future of Enterprise Wi-Fi
Join industry-expert Craig Mathias of Farpoint Group and Gregory Martin, Director of IT Operations of Royal Caribbean Cruises as they discuss why migrating to 802.11ac for best-in-class organizations is important today and how to address emerging coverage, capacity and deployment options with Gigabit Wi-Fi.
Higher education, hospitality and healthcare are at the forefront of industries experiencing the tsunami of devices and applications coming onto their networks. Learn what is driving the next generation of Wi-Fi and what key business variables IT leaders have to consider when evaluating 802.11ac.
Business Drivers for Adopting the Next Generation of Wi-Fi: Why 802.11ac Now
Billions of devices and millions of apps are driving the growth for a new generation of wireless networks that are mobile, open and with high capacity. Enterprises and organizations such as education, hospitality and healthcare are at the forefront in experiencing this change.
Register for â€śBusiness Drivers for Adopting the Next Generation of Wi-Fiâ€ť, and join guest Andre Kindness from Forrester Research and Meru Networks to explore the results of new research on the benefits and challenges associated with the business reasons for adopting the new wireless standard 802.11ac.
Our experts will examine:
How the wireless landscape has changed
How enterprise networks must change to support these new challenges
Why 802.11ac should be considered today
Join us to discuss how leading organizations are preparing for the migration to the new standard for greater mobility, speed and capacity. Donâ€™t be left behind. Register Now!
Users of a new generation of Wi-Fi enabled devices will soon be demanding the network speeds promised by the 802.11ac standard for UC&C, HD video, cloud-based storage, and other bandwidth intensive applications.
During this webinar, you will learn:
ďż˝ The benefits of 802.11ac and how the new standard delivers gigabit-per-second speeds
ďż˝ Key factors and applications driving adoption of Gigabit Wi-Fi
ďż˝ Things to consider when migrating your network to 802.11ac
This IDC Technology Spotlight explores the trends driving BYOD (bring your own device) adoption and the associated impact on enterprise-grade WLANs, especially as it relates to the emerging high capacity 802.11ac Wi-Fi standard.
The Promise of 802.11ac Strategies for Realizing the Full Benefit of Multi-gigabit Wi-Fi.
Users of a new generation of Wi-Fi enabled devices will soon be demanding the network speeds promised by the 802.11ac standard for UC&C, HD video, cloud-based storage, and other bandwidth intensive applications. But watch out -- not all solutions will enable the full potential of 802.11ac.
Join Rohit Mehra from IDC, David Johnson from University of Houston and Chris Carey from Bellarmine College Preparatory to learn about the benefits and challenges associated with 802.11ac and how leading organizations are preparing for the migration to the new standard for greater capacity, speed and application assurance.
During this webinar, you will learn:
The benefits of 802.11ac and how the new standard delivers gigabit-per-second speeds
Key factors and applications driving adoption of Gigabit Wi-Fi
Things to consider when migrating your network to 802.11ac
The increasing ubiquity of 802.11 in mobile devices, coupled with the onrush of Wi-Fi in cellular phones is causing the density problem to appear today. Trying to solve these problems with other WLAN architectures results in poor quality, complicated channel planning and significantly increased equipment costs due to the densities of access points required. With the Meru Radio Switch, no channel planning is required. Meru Networks Radio Switch is the only solution to solve the fundamental issues allowing enterprises to deploy wireless LANs to their full potential.
Wireless LANs (WLANs) are becoming a fixture in the enterprise and quickly proving their worth. At the same time, many enterprises are adopting voice over IP (VoIP) systems to enjoy lower costs. However, questions have arisen about whether voice is a realistic application over 802.11 networks today. This white paper provides the answers. It explains the numerous places where wireless VoIP can go to work, why most offerings fail to make it work, and how only Meru Networks standard-based solution puts the power of wireless VoIP to work at enterprise-scale.
VoIP systems have revolutionized the way enterprises deploy and manage telephony, allowing not just cost savings but providing increased flexibility and productivity in the way business is done. In a similar vein, wireless LANs are delivering unprecedented mobility and flexibility, delivering freedom to access information from anywhere in the enterprise. However, it discusses each component and best-in-class attributes that should be looked for to ensure a high performing wireless VoIP solution along with appropriate training and planning will help ensure the success of the deployment.