White paper describes virtualized WLAN architecture for enterprises

March 21, 2012
Meru Networks contends that, going forward, wireless networks based wholly on legacy switches and single-function appliances will not be able to provide the operational efficiencies that IT managers will require.

A white paper from Meru Networks provides detail on the company's line of virtualized wireless LAN infrastructure products, including virtual controllers, virtual appliances, and planned cloud services. The company contends that, going forward, wireless networks based wholly on legacy switches and single-function appliances will not be able to provide the flexibility or achieve the cost and operational efficiencies that IT managers will require. Contrastively, Meru says that its virtualized WLAN infrastructure platform is designed to enable deployment of hybrid wireless networks that combine the benefits of virtualized cloud services with appliance-based network design.

Download the white paper here.

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