5 Steps to Designing a High Density Wi-Fi

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Kowshik Bhat, Director, Product Marketing, Xirrus

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The days of designing wireless networks for coverage are long gone. The word high density paints the picture of a large convention center or a stadium or an Arena with hundreds of people f not thousands in a single location. Never did we think a school would some day become a high density place, An office with 100 employees suddenly has become a high density environment. Research shows a business traveller carries about 2.8 devices on an average. In a higher education institutions the number averages between 5-7 devices per student. The unpredictability of devices attaching to your network, the unpredictability of the traffic those mobile devices are consuming is causing significant challenges for IT. In this webinar you will learn the 5 steps you should take in designing a robust wireless network for high density requirements.

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