Enterprise Wireless Systems

Wireless communication has established itself as a dominant and preferred medium in the enterprise network’s final meters to the user. The ability for a user to connect immediately to the network from any location, on any device, is not a luxury; it is a business necessity. In the enterprise network, several means and technologies exist to support this need. As is the case with all wireless networks, these enterprise wireless systems require robust and capable cabling infrastructure to fulfill their requirements. This webcast seminar, hosted by Cabling Installation & Maintenance, examines several options for wireless networks in enterprise environments, paying specific attention to the cabling infrastructure supporting them. Join us for this webcast sponsored by Oberon Inc. and OFS.

SponsorOFS
Apr 4th, 2019
1903 Cim Cr Enterprise

Wireless communication has established itself as a dominant and preferred medium in the enterprise network’s final meters to the user. The ability for a user to connect immediately to the network from any location, on any device, is not a luxury; it is a business necessity. In the enterprise network, several means and technologies exist to support this need. As is the case with all wireless networks, these enterprise wireless systems require robust and capable cabling infrastructure to fulfill their requirements. This webcast seminar, hosted by Cabling Installation & Maintenance, examines several options for wireless networks in enterprise environments, paying specific attention to the cabling infrastructure supporting them.

Presentation I: Cabling for Wireless LANs
A new standard called 802.11ax was published in early 2018 and was recently renamed Wi-Fi 6 by the Wi-Fi Alliance. This new standard allows access points to handle a large number of client devices in a truly simultaneous manner, substantially increasing access point throughput. Clearly, this will impact the cabled infrastructure supporting Wi-Fi. This presentation will discuss cabling and network considerations to support Wi-Fi 6.

Presentation II: Preparing the Enterprise for 5G
Enterprises have been well-supported by a mix of wireline and wireless technologies, including optical fiber, twisted-pair copper, WiFi, and LTE over distributed antenna systems (DAS). As bandwidth demand and the number of connected devices continue to grow unabated, many expect massive deployment of 5G wireless networks will enable a new class of applications and value for enterprises. While 5G’s promise is great, it will require deployment of many new wireline connected small cells, both indoors and out, to support the very short range of high-bandwidth 5G signals. This presentation will describe the applications driving 5G, where 5G might provide value in enterprise networks, the role of competing technologies such as WiFi and DAS, and examples of optical-fiber-based systems and technologies that can support 5G and its successors over the life of the enterprise.

Join us for this webcast sponsored by Oberon Inc. and OFS.

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