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Published By: HP     Published Date: Aug 26, 2014
HP Just Right IT solutions address the networking needs of the SMB customer, no matter size or maturity level. HP OfficeConnect small business solutions provide plug-and-play wired and wireless switches with advanced features that support the needs of your growing business. HP Networking mid-market solutions, based on the HP FlexNetwork architecture, support wired and wireless networking, cloud computing, and rich-media traffic. HP also offers comprehensive network Support Services to help manage your network, mitigate risks and downtime, and increase the business value of your technology. Find out more.
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data, business, technology, portfolio, cloud-based, support, portal, solution
    
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Published By: WiChorus     Published Date: Oct 12, 2007
Wireless technologies are migrating from complex hierarchical voice-oriented architectures to flatter, low latency, all-IP based designs – reducing cost and complexity for service providers while efficiently supporting real time IP services. Coupled with this trend is the migration to higher performance OFDMA air links with MIMO and AAS, providing much greater bandwidth with improved interference characteristics.
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wimax, access controller, asn-gw, gateway, base station, ofdma, edge router, farpoint group
    
WiChorus
Published By: Ruckus Wireless     Published Date: Jul 11, 2018
In an era of "lean IT," the centralized management capabilities of cloud-managed Wi-Fi make it an attractive option to manage and maintain wireless LANs (WLANs) across multiple locations. The decision to move WLAN management to the cloud requires one key assurance: end-to-end security from user devices to the cloud. This means that user data must be protected over the WAN and in the data center. These security measures should not require on-staff WLAN security expertise to manage. And security measures should be largely transparent to users. This paper provides an overview of the security architecture of Ruckus Cloud Wi-Fi, as well as best practices for specific security scenarios.
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Ruckus Wireless
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