Let’s start with two indisputable facts:
- All 802.11n wireless networks are not the same.
- 802.11n wireless architecture matters.
Motorola’s 802.11n wireless platform is worth serious consideration. You might be a Cisco wireless network fan because nobody ever got fired buying Cisco. You might be an Aruba wireless network fan because it’s cheap. With Motorola’s new WiNG 5 wireless architecture, you get the best of both worlds.
What makes Motorola’s WiNG 5 wireless architecture so special? Let’s start with the benefits and then talk in more detail. What are the key benefits?
- Better performance
- Better recovery from wired and wireless issues
- Easier deployment
- Better security
- Lower cost
Hard to argue with that list. How does Motorola’s WiNG 5 wireless architecture accomplish those feats? Here’s how:
- Distributes intelligence between controllers and access points.
- Handles more network traffic by avoiding controller bottlenecks.
- Keeps running when localized wired or wireless network problems occur.
- Recovers quickly and automatically from RF interference or coverage problems.
- Scales perfectly across the enterprise from headquarters to branch offices, inside and outside.
Study this chart and you’ll get a better appreciation for the difference 802.11n architecture can make. Then call us to discuss your 802.11n wireless deployment and why 802.11n wireless architecture matters.