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Learn How Georgia Tech Solved Wi-Fi Network Capacity Issues in High-Density Lecture Halls

01/30/14

Wi-Fi-capable devices such as smartphones and tablets are pushing networks to their limits. Read this case study to learn how Georgia Tech solved the problem of Wi-Fi network capacity issues in lecture halls where hundreds of network users, many with multiple devices, attempt to access the network simultaneously.

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Read this case study to learn how Georgia Tech solved the problem of Wi-Fi network capacity issues in lecture halls where hundreds of network users, many with multiple devices, attempt to access the network simultaneously. 

Today’s Wi-Fi network is infinitely more powerful and robust than anything IT network owners could have dreamed of a decade ago. Performance requirements are being continually raised as mobile devices become ubiquitous in environments where there are large concentrations of users such as college campuses and other large public venues (LPV). Wi-Fi-capable devices such as smartphones and tablets are pushing conventional networks beyond their limits and creating a High-Density (HD) network is now a requirement for many IT network owners.

Learn how Georgia Tech created a high-density network for lecture halls and classrooms across their campus.

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