You know how it is: Rolling out large networking projects usually requires the individual configuration of each of the various components such as access points, routers, switches or firewalls. This often takes place on-site at the various locations and branch offices, each one requiring the support of an IT specialist.
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Unpack, plug in, connect, and the cloud takes care of the rest. What sounds like a dream to any network technician or IT admin can actually be a reality when commissioning and rolling out devices on the network. The solution: “Zero-touch deployment“.
As companies around the world are now realizing: A concept for digital working from the home or when on the move is essential for maintaining profitability. Be it a precautionary measure or a strategy in the interest of business continuity management, accessing corporate data, e-mails, networks, servers, telephones and digital services from home and when […]
Imagine a wide-area network, a branch network with hundreds of locations all equipped identically. It could be your favorite bakery up the street, the filling station on the way to work, or the chain store you visit in the evenings. All of these branches and company locations depend on the smooth flow of data at […]
The excitement about Wi-Fi 6 is not so much about being faster; rather, the biggest boost comes with the improved efficiency of data transfer with large numbers of clients. A major contributor here is a special method known as Basic Service Set (BSS) Coloring.
The new wireless LAN standard Wi-Fi 6 is being advertised as bringing the Internet to as many users as possible, but there are other important benefits, too. After all, Wi-Fi 6 makes wireless surfing and working significantly faster. What’s more, a completely new technology means noticeable cost savings due to significantly reduced power consumption.
Wi-Fi networks are like crowded streets. One vehicle traveling too slowly causes everyone else to jam up. This is a problem many hotspot users will have noticed. Because the only result is horribly slow Internet. The Wi-Fi-6 technologies Multiple Input Multiple Output (MIMO) and Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiple Access (OFDMA) put an end to this.
The display at the airport gate shows a delay to two hours—quite a wait until departure. Now the smartphones and tablets are running hot: Video streaming, messenger services, and all sort of apps on numerous devices. Because web users tend to prefer surfing by wireless LAN, large numbers of clients access the airport public Wi-Fi […]
Without efficient networking, large corporate networks simply will not work properly: A video call in meeting room 1, external customer training by web session in meeting room 4, and countless employees using their devices to access the network all at the same time.