WWDC Wireless Takeaway: 802.11ac on Apple Devices Coming Your Way Soon
At WWDC this week, Apple announced that their new Macbook and Macbook Air are 802.11ac enabled. As we predicted in our red-hot Client Adoption blog earlier this year, the list of 802.11ac clients, like the new Macbooks and Samsung Galaxy S4, will continue to grow and expand throughout 2013. These devices come with the promise of Gigabit wireless, at faster speeds and better performance. How will your enterprise networks meet those expectations? The Cisco Aironet 3600 with 802.11ac module is your ticket for enterprise-class 802.11ac wireless.
The 802.11ac module will make these new clients fly at new higher speeds–3 to 4 times faster than 802.11n. So if you are connecting your new Apple device to an Enterprise Network supporting Cisco’s 3600 AP with the 802.11ac module, you will be able to get some of the highest bandwidth rates ever seen out of your Wi-Fi network which will open the opportunity for better quality video streams, better online collaboration and the support of more high-bandwidth demanding applications. Check out the Aironet 3600 here: http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/ps13128/index.html
Can’t get enough of 802.11ac? Neither can we.
I will be hosting a 802.11ac power session “PSOEWN-2001 -An Update on the 802.11ac Standard, Use Cases and Deployments” on Tuesday the 25th from 1:00 to 2:00 EDT in room 209C at Cisco Live! Orlando. We’ll be live-tweeting from the event (follow @Cisco_Mobility). Then in July we’ll be hosting a 802.11ac centric webinar series, featuring Mark Denny. Registration coming soon.
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