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Motorola Solutions, Inc.
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Motorola WiNG 5 Wireless LAN Solution Evaluation vs. Aruba Networks and Cisco Systems in Branch Office & Retail Store Deployments
16 August 2012
Enterprise-class wireless LAN (WLAN) deployments have evolved from being adjunct to the office wired LAN and are now the primary communication medium for many organizations. Increased speeds have made the WLANs capable of carrying heavier traffic loads. In parallel, the dramatic increase of tablet computing and acceptability of bring-your-own-device (BYOD) have increased both the importance of the WLAN and the challenges in managing the environment. As business expands, organizations expect headquarters-class reliability for their branch operations. When business applications are delivered wirelessly, the WLAN becomes a critical element of the branch infrastructure.
Motorola commissioned Tolly to evaluate the Motorola, Aruba and Cisco offerings in several areas especially critical in remote branch office environments. The Motorola solution, built on its WiNG 5 architecture, provided significant benefits over the competing solutions. Motorola’s deployment was less complex and scaled better than Aruba and Cisco, provided significant functionality and security benefits when branch/retail locations were disconnected from the central-site controller and offered WAN prioritization functionality not offered by the others.
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