Date: Tuesday, April 09, 2019
Time: 02:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time
Duration: 1 hour
IEEE 802.11ax – also becoming known as Wi-Fi 6 – is the latest in a long line of major physical-layer standards for wireless LAN (WLAN) technology. Incorporating a remarkable set of advances, 802.11ax promises higher throughput, greater capacity, improved reliability and many more features, along with backward compatibility to earlier standards. In short, .11ax is truly the latest and greatest.
But with many organizations still in the process of installing systems and solutions based on the previous standard, 802.11ac, and with the net generational throughput increase smaller than with previous new physical-layer (PHY) standards, it’s not clear that uptake of .11ax will be as robust as we’ve seen with previous generations. No matter; while such might take a few years, the success of 802.11ax is guaranteed and the improved price/performance and that backward compatibility will begin to drive installations in 2019.
This webinar will explore the most important elements of 802.11ax and put this latest advance in context for IT managers, network managers and network operations professionals. We’ll provide general explanations of the complex technologies behind .11ax, making the benefits of these easy to understand, and discuss how and why 802.11ax will grow to dominate the Wi-Fi scene over the next five years.
Benefits of attending
- Learn what 802.11ax is and why it’s poised for eventual dominance
- Examine the technologies behind 802.11ax
- Discover usage scenarios and organizational benefits
- Explore management strategies to make the most of 802.11ax
- See forecasts of rollouts, availability, adoption and eventual market dominance
- And look at what’s next for wireless LANs after .11ax
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Craig Mathias, Principal with Farpoint Group
Craig J. Mathias is a principal with Farpoint Group, an advisory firm specializing in wireless networking and mobile IT. Founded in 1991, Farpoint Group works with technology developers, manufacturers, carriers and operators, enterprises, and the financial community. Craig is an internationally recognized industry and technology analyst, consultant, conference and event speaker, and author. He currently writes features and columns for a number of publications. Craig holds an Sc.B. degree in computer science from Brown University and is a member of the IEEE, the IEEE Communications Society and the Society of Sigma Xi.