Whereas 802.11ac enhanced and extended features of 802.11n, IEEE 802.11ax standard introduces elements of 4G LTE technology to support greater efficiencies and variety of mobile and IoT devices. As a plethora of internet of things devices, mix with traditional smartphones, tablets and laptops, this new technology takes direct aim at solving an ever increasing, complex Wi-Fi environment to support more devices, while extracting more performance out of the limited spectrum.
Join Extreme and Broadcom on November 8, 2017 at 2pm ET to learn:
- Trends and challenges found with today’s mobile networks
- What 802.11ax is, how it differs from 802.11ac, how does it help?
- What types of devices are expected to support 802.11ax and when
- What is the expected time line for enterprise class 802.11ac networks
- Daran Hermans, Director of Product Management, Extreme Networks
- Mike Leibovitz, Director of Product Strategy, Extreme Networks
- Vijay Nagarajan, Senior Director, Product Marketing, Broadcom
- Mike Powell, Director, Product Marketing and Management, Broadcom