Well since the FCC approved the standard back in September of last year we have not heard much about this. Well I think we are still a long way away from seeing this in the main stream. It is going to be very expensive, there might be a few verticals that will be the first to start using.
Most companies and organization have or are upgrading to N Access Points today, I don’t see them doing it again so soon.
This new wireless networking standard promises speeds up to 22Mbps to devices as far as 100-kilometers (roughly 62-miles) away from the nearest transmitter. This new band of Wi-Fi on steroids comes through the patch of “white space” frequencies that were previously used to analog television broadcasts.
FULL – Article from CIO
Yesterday was a great day for Amer and PowerCloud Systems.
A press release sent, plus an Article written about our Access Points & Cloud Management and details of the solution provided for a School District in Alabama. One of our first install of 100 access points is up and running and has gone very well – the customer is extremely happy with how easy the install went and the performance of the access points.
Wayne Caudle, Boaz City School District IT director: “We prepare students for success in the 21st century and that requires a digital-classroom environment with great Wi-Fi connectivity as its foundation. Our high school students bring laptops to class and many use smartphones and even tablets on campus. Robust connectivity is a must-have, and Amer Network delivers a Wi-Fi solution that can manage this increasing demand.” “Amer’s cloud-based solution exceeded our operational requirements from Day One. Students and staff effortlessly connected across campuses and between buildings. Teachers can immediately start expanding their lesson plans to make technology a more integral part to their classroom instruction. Features such as enhanced security and network monitoring enable us to provide an online environment that is safe, controlled and powerful.”
Amer Networks Installs Cloud-Managed WiFi for Alabama Schools – Article – MSPmentor
PRNewswire – United Business Media