802.11ac is clearly going to dominate enterprise Wi-Fi deployments, but many organizations will take some time to upgrade their networks to be able to transition to this new standard. Proper planning and execution can ensure a painless transition for network operators and end users. However, some organizations may already have a need for the improvements in performance, capacity and reliability of 802.11ac over prior 802.11 standards. As such, the availability of enterprise-class, purpose-built 802.11ac APs will prompt these organizations to start upgrading right away to satisfy the organizations business needs. To ensure a smooth transition to 802.11ac, it is important to make sure the network is ready. Simply deploying 802.11ac on top of existing 802.11a/b/g/n networks will not yield desired results. Thus, conducting a readiness assessment prior to deployment is an important first step and can deliver the highest degree of success.
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