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5 Steps to Get Ready for 802.11ax


Sep 8, 2018 11:42 AM 4+ mon ago

It?s a mobile, cloud and IoT world. Whether it?s a workplace, a classroom or a dorm room, people are using a variety of devices beyond the usual phone and laptop combo?smart TVs, gaming consoles and fitness trackers, for starters. Offices, stores and manufacturing floors are outfitted with sensors that keep us safe, regulate the temperature, water the plants and run the production line. People use a broad variety of applications such as voice and video from their mobile devices. And expectations are at an all-time high. People will simply ditch digital services that don?t work. No one wants jittery presentations and dropped calls. The network experience must be flawless.To read this article in full, please click here...Read more.

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