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Ruckus R610 Data SheetBusy indoor locations like classrooms, retail venues, and branch offices can be among the most challenging Wi-Fi environments. Dozens of users share the same crowded spectra and they all expect fast, reliable connectivity to their content and applications.
Technology overview - CBRSThe new specifications from the CBRS Alliance will complement 5G New Radio (5G NR), the new air interface developed by the 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) to support the wide variety of 5G services, devices, and deployments. The latest release of 5G NR is expected to support operations in Band 48 and will improve the performance, flexibility, scalability and efficiency of mobile networks while enabling industries to get the most out of the available spectrum. Industry experts are excited about CBRS becoming not only part of the new 5G standards but the fact that the CBRS frequency range is seated in the heart of the 5G operating range.
Re-Architecting Enterprise Networks With High-performance Stackable SwitchesIn recent years the evolution of packet processor and CPU technology, the heart of an Ethernet switch, has allowed unprecedented levels of performance and functionality to be incorporated into fixed form factor (FFF) switches which were previously only available to much larger and more costly chassis-based systems. This situation was highlighted by Gartner analyst Andrew Lerner in his blog post on the topic of fixed form factor switching in the data center, which applies equally well to campus edge networks, concludes “the emergence of high-density fixed form factor switches can reduce or eliminate the need for costlier, oversized chassis-based switches in the data center. The move toward FFF switches will help network managers deliver higher-performance networks and reduce footprint, power, cooling and TCO.”
ESG White Paper - Does Your Method for BYOD Onboarding Compromise Network Security?Network onboarding is the mechanism by which BYOD, guest, and company-owned devices initially connect to the network. To be successful, the wired and wireless network onboarding process for authorized users and devices needs to be efficient, as well as easy to implement and manage—ideally without any hands-on involvement by IT (once deployed and configured). However, many organizations still rely on rudimentary onboarding methods that are built in to their network infrastructure (such as pre-shared keys and MAC authentication via captive portal) that can both impact user experience and create security risks.
IDC Technology Spotlight - Overcoming The Challenges Of Enterprise IoT AdoptionThe Internet of Things (IoT) is a natural evolution of the current technological and cultural environments. It will impact almost every industry and country around the world. IDC tracks IoT spending by organizations, governments, and consumers on a biannual basis and finds that the market momentum has been sustained year over year as stakeholders continue to invest in connected products and solutions.
Evaluating the New 802.11ax WiFi Standard and What It Will Mean for EnterprisesWiFi is an integral part of nearly every business. The pervasive nature of mobile devices, combined with the ever-growing array of applications and services being accessed, puts tremendous strain on all organizations looking to deploy secure and scalable WiFi networks.