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802.11n Ratification – What Does this Mean for You?

…rovides easy integration of new products into the Connected Home. The Wi-Fi Alliance (WFA) has been certifying interoperability of products based on Draft 2.0 of the IEEE 802.11n specification for more than two years. The WFA has affirmed that all formerly certified products will remain interoperable with the products conforming to the final standard. Please look for the following Wi-Fi Alliance logo (Wi-Fi CERTIFIED™) on any product you h…


802.11n Ratification: The IT Checklist

…pliant with the final 802.11n standard and will be grandfathered in to receive final standard certification for interoperability from the Wi-Fi Alliance. Client devices that are draft 2.0 certified are also fully compatible with the final standard. 2.)           Check your switching infrastructure.  Leading 802.11n access points can provide 200 Mbps of useable throughput per radio, enough to…


Don't you see — you need UC

…, or Microsoft Office Communicator client to join a video conference to increase that success rate. Technology interoperability issues that may present themselves can be mitigated by focusing on a standards based architecture and gateways for maximum interoperability. And, sizing the bandwidth of your communications needs upfront will ensure that you don’t oversubscribe your network. Lastly, building redundancy should help mitigate some of an or…


Interoperability key to giving warfighters the edge in battle

…220;The warfighter’s edge in battle.” The consistent theme we’ve heard at the conference and show is that interoperability and speed of communication are two of the largest determining factors in whether a warfighter wins or loses.   TANDBERG products are built with interoperability in mind, and speed of communication is one of the reasons why our products are in high demand in many government agencies and organizations…certainly the US mil…


The Seven Years of Creating “N”

…fered little promise of compatibility and raised concerns about a market stall based on consumer confusion over interoperability and investment protection. • February 2007 — June 2009 — Over the next two years, the IEEE-run Sponsor Ballot, which consists of a variety of industry experts, continued to review and refine the draft. At each update cycle, progressively smaller aspects of the draft were addressed. This process continu…