Mobility

Challenges

The Need for High-Density Wi-Fi

Wi-Fi usage continues to grow by more than 70% each year, 40% of employees bring their own unsupported devices into the enterprise (BYOD), smartphones now make up more than 50% of all Wi-Fi devices, and video will grow to consume the majority of wireless traffic.

Wi-Fi is a shared resource that must support a broadband experience for a range of unique and often competing devices and applications, including VoWLAN, video, location, and cellular offloading for smartphones. IT organizations continue to face many Wi-Fi challenges, including different signal strength requirements for different devices, device density and application diversity, and legacy protocols minimizing performance of new protocols.

Managing these challenges is difficult, but striking the right balance is key to any mission-critical WLAN deployment. Unfortunately, for traditional WLAN solutions, coverage, capacity, and criticality have a complicated, interdependent relationship and there are limits in how much one can be improved without negatively impacting the other.

InnerWirelessHD3

Black Box enables mission-critical WLAN with InnerWirelessHD3, an advanced deployment methodology that enables independent control over WLAN coverage, capacity, and criticality for high-density situations.

solutions

Optimize Wi-Fi Coverage, Capacity, and Criticality

Leveraging industry standard, enterprise-grade access points (APs), InnerWirelessHD3 enables multiple, independent WLANs to coexist in high-traffic areas or across your facility to optimize coverage, capacity, and criticality for all users.

With InnerWirelessHD3:

  • AP locations are engineered for optimal RF coverage.
  • Multiple WLANs and channel layering are used to provide capacity.
  • Network performance is optimized by managing the critical applications and devices.

The WLAN landscape is continuing to change. Consumer-grade devices such as smartphones are being offloaded from wireless service provider networks to the enterprise WLAN, applications such as VoWLAN and information systems require mission-critical performance, and medical-grade devices require the ultimate in Wi-Fi performance.

InnerWirelessHD3 is ready. Through consistent coverage with necessary signal levels, the ability to support dense devices with maximum application throughput, and optimized greenfield performance for new protocols, InnerWirelessHD3 enables all key WLAN services at both 2.4MHz and 5GHz for high-density deployments.

outcomes

Enable Mission-Critical WLAN

With mission-critical WLAN staff and guests can embrace mobility and achieve positivity outcomes.

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ENTERPRISE Wi-Fi

The growth of W-Fi is a major challenge to many IT leaders. Delivering mission-critical Wi-Fi is important to supporting communications across your business.

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DAS & SMALL CELL

High-rises and buildings with large footprints or below ground features can present unique challenges to deploying reliable wireless coverage.

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blog resources

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CASE STUDY
El Camino Hospital 
At El Camino, when a patient registers, he/she puts a hand on a device, which then takes ultrasound images of his/her vein pattern. Patients realize that we’re utilizing biometrics to know them well and appreciate the fact that we can utilize technology to be more efficient and help reduce incidents like identity theft.

At El Camino, when a patient registers, he/she puts a hand on a device, which then takes ultrasound images of his/her vein pattern. Patients realize that we’re utilizing biometrics to know them well and appreciate the fact that we can utilize technology to be more efficient and help reduce incidents like identity theft.
At El Camino, when a patient registers, he/she puts a hand on a device, which then takes ultrasound images of his/her vein pattern. Patients realize that we’re utilizing biometrics to know them well and appreciate the fact that we can utilize technology to be more efficient and help reduce incidents like identity theft.
At El Camino, when a patient registers, he/she puts a hand on a device, which then takes ultrasound images of his/her vein pattern. Patients realize that we’re utilizing biometrics to know them well and appreciate the fact that we can utilize technology to be more efficient and help reduce incidents like identity theft.
At El Camino, when a patient registers, he/she puts a hand on a device, which then takes ultrasound images of his/her vein pattern. Patients realize that we’re utilizing biometrics to know them well and appreciate the fact that we can utilize technology to be more efficient and help reduce incidents like identity theft.

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