Published on July 11th, 2014 | by Alexis Argent0
LANCOM brings gigabit speeds to WLAN networks
LANCOM have presented their new L-13xx series of 1,300-Mbps access points. The two IEEE 802.11ac dual-radio access points LANCOM L-1302acn dual Wireless and LANCOM L-1310acn dual Wireless supplement the manufacturer’s current WLAN portfolio with high-performance, innovative access points of the enterprise class.
The IEEE 802.11ac standard takes WLAN performance to a new dimension. The data transfer for 11ac-enabled devices with 1×1 MIMO is accelerated up to 433 Mbps, devices with 3×3 MIMO reach up to 1,300 Mbps. Consequently, offices can now be networked completely by wireless with the gigabit speeds of a cabled network, but without the need of laborious and costly cable installation.
Previously, high-bandwidth applications could only be realized via cabled networks, forcing them to remain stationary. The new WLAN standard now gives these applications the flexibility of wireless. For example, HD video transmissions for telepresence applications can be implemented at any location with no loss of quality.
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