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Ubiquiti Networks, Inc.
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Ubiquiti Networks UniFi-AP AC 802.11n & 802.11ac Rate/Range Comparative Performance Evaluation Versus Aruba Networks, Cisco Systems and Ruckus Wireless
15 April 2013
Wireless networking has become the de facto standard endpoint connectivity in the workplace. Now, 802.11ac is the first Wi-Fi technology that can enable wireline performance in a wireless environment. Widespread deployment of 802.11ac could eliminate the need for wired clients of any type (outside of the data center) – enabling “utility networking” for the first time. With the advent of next-generation 802.11ac, users enjoy faster performance and network architects can expect higher client density per AP.
Ubiquiti Networks, Inc. commissioned Tolly to evaluate their next-generation UniFi UAP-AC access point, which leverages the 802.11ac architecture, against three leading 802.11n competitive offerings from Aruba Networks, Cisco Systems and Ruckus Wireless. (The other vendors do not yet offer systems leveraging 802.11ac technology.)The Ubiquiti Networks UniFi-AP AC delivered significantly greater throughput using 802.11ac technology as well as up to 10% greater throughput than the other offerings when running 802.11n (5GHz).
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