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ICYMI: Barcodes and Extreme Networks Webinar on Securing IoT

Posted October 23, 2018

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In case you missed the webinar today with us, click on the video and discover how Barcodes and Extreme Networks can help you secure the IoT through automation and your intelligent network.

In the webinar, you will learn how Extreme’s wired and wireless solutions can secure your systems, applications, and users to ensure maximum protection in your facility.

  1. How Network Automation reduces IT network administration and improves operational efficiency
  2. How Network Automation can help secure company intellectual property, devices, and staff
  3. How Extreme Smart Edge Solutions accelerates enterprise digital transformation with an intelligent, adaptable, and secure solution that provides a consistent customer driven experience

Contact us if you have any questions or give us a call at 1-800-351-9962 and we will be happy to help.

Don’t Delay, Migrate Today! Why Migrating Sooner Pays

Posted June 4, 2018

There are four big reasons why leading carriers are upgrading their networks to LTE and why you should to- Faster speeds, wider coverage, greater compability, and better reliability. Already, Verizon has started diminishing its 2G/3G service and will begin to decommission its legacy network on Jan 1, 2020. Other carriers are expected to follow.

Investigate why companies are upgrading to LTE, analyze why migrating sooner pays, and explore the strategies that can help ease the transition.

Find out what all this means for you. Watch the video below to find out!

 See why it’s better     Analyze how it fits  Map out strategies

Contact us at [email protected] or call us at 866-349-5964, if you have any questions or need any additional information on how you can upgrade to the new network with ease.

802.11ac Tech Reference

Posted March 20, 2017

Everyone wants to get the most out of their wireless network and provide reliable service that isn’t a bottleneck in any application. From the warehouse floor to access for your customers, a faster, more capable network is essential to any business.

As wireless technology continues to improve the changes can be hard to keep up with. Many networks today are based on 802.11n which have been a larger improvement from previous Wi-Fi standards but 802.11ac is the next big step.

In essence, 802.11ac is a supercharged version of 802.11n. 802.11ac is dozens of times faster, and delivers speeds ranging from 433 Mbps (megabits per second) up to several gigabits per second. To achieve that kind of throughput, 802.11ac works exclusively in the 5GHz band, uses plenty of bandwidth (80 or 160MHz), operates in up to eight spatial streams (MIMO), and employs a kind of technology called beamforming that sends signal directly to client devices.

This convenient infographic helps illustrate all the capabilities 802.11ac provides and how is can improve your wireless experience. For more help finding the right access points and controllers to migrate to 802.11ac contact one of our wireless specialists.

Infographic: Zebra’s True 802.11ac, Wave 2 Access Points

Posted September 15, 2016

At the end of the day, your business can only work as fast as your network can keep up. Ever increasing demand to support more mobile devices and applications, as well as customer engagement, redefines the network year after year. Get ahead of the curve with the Zebra AP 8533 and AP 8432.

Experience the amazing speed and capacity of both the AP 8533 and AP 8432 with true 802.11AC Wave 2 capabilities to expand your bandwidth and capabilities.