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The Promise—and Reality—of WiFi 6 in Networks, Applications, and User Experience

In response to the ever-growing number of mobile devices, the WiFi Alliance introduced WiFi 6 nomenclature at the tail end of 2018. At the time, the Alliance noted that, “WiFi 6 will deliver an improved experience to address device and application needs in a range of consumer and enterprise environments.” A year later, WiFi 6-certified devices were being deployed.
Certainly, WiFi 6 has standardized WiFi technologies. And—based on its underlying technologies—its potential to power applications, support a mobile workforce, and enhance the employee and customer experience is clear. Yet, while WiFi 6 is poised for success, several issues have to be considered before enterprise-level deployment takes place on a wide scale.
Join us on March 26 at 1 p.m. for “The Promise—and Reality—of WiFi 6 in Networks, Applications, and User Experience,” a webinar from Comcast Business. Our expert panelists will discuss the potential of WiFi 6 to improve digital processes, the inherent benefits in its underlying technologies, how it’s being adopted thus far, and what you need to know before you deploy it for your business.

Participants will learn about:
• WiFi 6 underlying technologies (OFDMA, BSS Coloring, MU-MIMO, and TWT)
• How integrating Wi-Fi 6 into APs and wireless controllers brings a new level of efficiency and support to networks (e.g., mobile workforces in high-density environments and IoT deployments)
• How it can enhance application Quality of Experience (QoE)
• Its potential to increase network efficiency and reduce latency
• How WiFi 6 is currently being deployed across a range of verticals
• Key issues to consider in preparing your infrastructure and network for WiFi 6

Our panelists:
• Matthew FitzGerald, Senior Director of Technologies, Deep Blue Communications.
• Jason D. Hintersteiner, Senior Solutions Architect, Deep Blue Communications, Comcast Business
• Zeus Kerravala, founder & Principal Analyst, ZK Research.
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