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Cisco plans to focus on promoting 802 in 2021.11n
Cisco Systems Reveals Its Wireless Plans for 2021. The main focus will be on the promotion of the Wi-Fi 802 standard.11n.
According to the company, the transition to a new generation of wireless connections is approaching. Companies are ready to expand the use of wireless networks, which now, according to Cisco, cover only 15-20% of office space. Growth of this indicator is projected for 2021. The increase in interest in the technology of wireless connections is primarily due to the increase in the number of relevant devices – iPhone smartphones, laptops and other equipment with Wi-Fi support. In addition, consumers are interested in unification of services provided in wired and wireless networks, and the transition to a wireless environment with increased bandwidth is facilitating this.
The appeal of 802 solutions.11n offers a better price / performance ratio than legacy 802 WLAN products.11 a / b / g. Definitely moving from 802.11 a / b / g at 802.11n tightens some requirements and raises compatibility issues caused by, among other things, the long existence of 802.11n in draft specs 2.0, but overall, the transition should go smoothly, Cisco Systems believes.
According to a company representative, the existing equipment for 802 networks.11n draft 2 meeting requirements.0, such as the Cisco Aironet 1250 Series Access Points, can be software upgraded to be compatible with Draft 3 specifications.0. Moreover, there is some possibility that when the final version of the standard is approved (most likely, this will happen in 2021), the equipment released by that time will also be able to be upgraded by software. If not, then upgrading most equipment will involve replacing RF modules.
Source: EE Times