How to remove uncertainty from VoWLAN installations

Confalonieri, David
July 2010
Cabling Installation & Maintenance;Jul2010, Vol. 18 Issue 7, p35
Trade Publication
The article discusses the voice over wireless local area network (VoWLAN) which is a logical extension of structured cabling that provides flexibility in network deployment while still retaining the robustness of traditional wired networks. It states that enterprises look to VoWLAN to provide communication anywhere on campus, while at the same time, greatly decreasing telecommunication costs and requiring overcoming traditional cell-based wireless architecture.


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