The vision of a mobile-first workplace is one where people communicate, interact, and transact in an intuitive and frictionless manner. AI-driven wireless networks are key to making that vision a reality.
Wireless Gets Serious
Drew Lentz, chair of Interop's Wireless & Mobility Track, discusses the increasing demands placed on networks as the type of clients, number of clients, and functionality changes. He explains how pressures from the Internet of Things, location-based services, and expansive campus networks are prompting new investments in wireless networks and requiring careful consideration.
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