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802.11n Testing Results Playback

- August 7, 2008 - 2 Comments

If you were not able to attend the July 29 Mobility TV live webcast on 802.11n performance testing results, the video-on-demand is now available for playback at http://tools.cisco.com/cmn/jsp/index.jsp?id=78662. Think TiVo meets Cisco Mobility TV. For your convenience, you can jump to defined segments of the broadcast rather than watch the entire video. Below is a list the topics you can segment-surf to.*Introduction -a welcome from Cisco’s Chris Kozup*Cisco-Intel Joint Collaboration -Intel’s Mayura Garg discusses importance of the testing*802.11n Testing Results -Cisco’s Jake Woodhams shares the 802.11n performance testing results*Intel Video -watch the roaming robots from Intel’s testing lab*MIT Case Study -Chris Murphy discusses MIT’s upgrade to 802.11n*Southeast Alabama Medical Center Case Study -Scott Lapham shares Southeast Alabama Medical’s 802.11n performance resultsThanks for tuning in. Let us know your thoughts on how we went about this extensive test validation that also optimizes the real-world performance and interoperability of 802.11n Draft 2.0 WLANs.

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