Future-proofing the network: A case for flexibility in the wireless enterprise

This white paper by MobileAccess Networks addresses the question, "Is your network sufficiently flexible and future-proof?" It discusses how emerging technologies and applications that improve workforce productivity require flexible pipelines in order to work efficiently and optimally.

This white paper by MobileAccess Networks addresses the question, "Is your network sufficiently flexible and future-proof?" It discusses how emerging technologies and applications that improve workforce productivity require flexible pipelines in order to work efficiently and optimally. In an environment of uncertainty, only future-proof networks will withstand the test of time and maximize original deployment investments. With all of the permutations that can exist, future-proofing is a critical component of an enterprise wireless network strategy.

The paper also lays out four critical criteria for ensuring that a network will adapt and withstand the evolution of mobility over the next five years: flexibility across multiple frequencies, optimum coverage and capacity, connectivity, and ability to respond to unknown requirements.

 Download Future-proofing the network: A case for flexibility in the wireless enterprise.

 

About MobileAccess Networks
MobileAccess Networks is an enterprise wireless innovator that provides a universal platform for connecting the people and applications that drive business. The MobileAccess Universal Wireless Network is the key to widespread wireless connectivity in hospitals, office buildings, public venues and other large-scale facilities. The company's intelligent, in-building infrastructure delivers business-quality performance, scalability, security and signal reliability to more than 1000 customers, including Fortune 1000 companies such as Lehman Brothers and Hearst Corporation, leading healthcare facilities such as Northwestern Memorial and Clarian Health, as well as many public sector customers such as Aladdin Resort and Casino, ALLTEL Stadium, American University, and the Oakland International Airport. For more information, visit www.mobileaccess.com.

 

This was first published in February 2007

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