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802.11AX— Wait, Did We Just Build A Wireless Switch?
With the proliferation of mobility and IoT putting unprecedented demand on today’s networks, delivering a robust network that can handle hundreds or even thousands of simultaneous connections has never been more important. While wired networks solved this problem decades ago with switches, it’s a wireless network challenge that still haunts IT teams. In their latest whitepaper, Aruba explores how the new wireless standard, 802.11ax (Wi-Fi 6), is changing the game by delivering a Wi-Fi network that behaves less like an old bridged network and more like a high-speed modern switched network delivering an unparalleled user experience.
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