9 Myths About Wireless

9 Myths About Wi-Fi

Is your network provider telling you any of these things?

  • Access point in every classroom/room?
    MYTH
  • Switch upgrade required?
    MYTH
  • Keeping client’ smartphones off the network improves Wi-Fi performance
    MYTH

Fact: Campus-Wide Wi-Fi Builds Stronger Minds

Before you make a long-term investment in your Wi-Fi infrastructure,
let Ruckus tell you the real story. Not only will it help you ask the tough questions,
you’ll understand why leading schools/hotels/hospitals rely on Ruckus Wireless for their Wi-Fi infrastructure.

• Myth #1: You need to upgrade switches if you are going to upgrade Wi-Fi
• Myth #2: One AP per classroom/room provides optimal performance
• Myth #3: APs need to be mounted inside classroom
• Myth #4: Wave 2 APs won’t help without wave 2 client devices
• Myth #5: Keeping clients’ smart phones off the network improves Wi-Fi performance
• Myth #6: Wi-Fi is the weakest link in your IT security
• Myth #7: Upgraded PoE is needed when upgrading APs
• Myth #8: Increasing AP transmit power also increases coverage
• Myth #9: Band-selectable AP radios improve performance

Myth #1: Upgrading Wi-Fi requires upgrading switches.

Myth #2: Every classroom/room needs an access point.

Myth #3: Access points need to be mounted inside the classrooms.

Myth #4: Wave 2 AP's won't help w/out Wave 2 client devices.

Myth #5: Keeping clients' smartphones off the network improves Wi-Fi performance.

Myth #6: Wi-Fi is the weakest link in your IT security

Myth #7: Upgrade PoE is needed when upgrading APs

Myth #8: Increasing AP transmit power also increases coverage

Myth #9: Band selectable APs improve performance

We hope that you will find the information valuable.
THE MSSELECTRONICS TEAM

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