What is a best-in-class Network?
This answer differs depending on your organization’s size and type of business but the basics are the same. You need a structured cabling and fiber optic plan that is reliable and has the capacity to handle faster speeds.
What are the driving factors?
At the start of 1995, when IP networking technology was being deployed, there were 16 million users on the internet, 2700 websites, and the concept of e-commerce had yet to emerge. Back then, you couldn’t connect your mobile device to the internet, smart phones weren’t even around yet and most internet connections were via dial-up from a desktop computer.
How does this effect you?
Was your wireless network designed based on the number of individual employees, students or visitors at your location? In most cases, it probably was. In past years, this may have been sufficient, however in this day and age, the average person in the US carries multiple WI-FI enabled devices including phones, tablets, laptops etc.
When was the last time you upgraded your network? In recent years, more and more bandwidth intensive applications are moving to your IP network which include Voice over IP, HD video, surveillance video, access control and mobile applications. The increased productivity of IP based applications are replaced with frustrations caused by slow response.
Trident has partnered with Ruckus and Brocade to provide a solution designed to meet today’s demanding network requirements. Ruckus Wireless is focused on technology innovation, partner ecosystems and customer service—yielding the best possible wireless experience for the most challenging indoor and outdoor environments.