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By: HP OMG Mobile Workforce     Published Date: Nov 27, 2012
Read this paper to learn the benefits of applying advanced WLAN technologies today, which include greater performance, greater reliability, and improved operational efficiencies and lower TCO.
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tco, total cost of ownership, wireless
    
HP OMG Mobile Workforce
By: Ruckus Wireless     Published Date: Sep 28, 2009
In this free white paper, learn how it's now possible for wireless local area networks (WLANs) to deliver predictable throughput, reject interference, and generally behave just like Ethernet. Discover how beamforming, a specialized method of antenna-based RF transmission, renders inconsistent performance stable; rejects performance-impeding interference; supports reliability-sensitive applications like real-time voice and high-definition video; and eliminates packet loss, delays, and jitter. Download your copy of this free white paper now.
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wifi, wi-fi, wlan, lan, access points, radio frequency, 802.11, phy, mac, txbf, ruckus, wireless, mobile computing, rfid, wireless infrastructure, wireless service providers
    
Ruckus Wireless
By: Meru Networks     Published Date: Aug 21, 2009
As wireless LAN deployments and usage has increased, coupled with the near ubiquity of embedded Wi-Fi in laptops and smart phones, many enterprises are experiencing complaints from their users of slow or even dropped connections.
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wlan, wireless lan, wifi, wi-fi, wlan deployment, pervasive wlan, ubiquitous wlan, microcells, macrocell, macrocells, wlan reliability, virtual cell, meru, meru networks, wireless, security management, mobile computing, mobile data systems, mobile workers, smart phones
    
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