Optimizing Next-Generation Wireless Deployments for the Digital World

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Optimizing Next-Generation Wireless Deployments for the Digital World

Over the past two decades, wireless technology has evolved as an essential means to provide internet connectivity and transmit voice, data, and video to and from people and devices. According to Statista, the number of wireless local area network (WLAN)-connected devices is estimated at more than 22 billion globally, with smartphone users alone surpassing 6 billion in 2022, equating to more than 83% of the world’s population. Now with trends like remote and hybrid working fueled by the pandemic, global e-commerce, and emerging Internet of  Things/ Industrial Internet of Things (IoT/IIoT) applications that are increasing demand for more wireless connectivity, it’s no wonder that a recent report by Markets and Markets estimates the wireless market to grow from $69 billion in 2020 to $141 billion by 2025.

To keep pace, today’s enterprise businesses must adopt and implement next-generation wireless connectivity throughout their facilities and campuses to support more users, devices, and use cases. In doing so, they also need to ensure that the wireless access points (APs) and underlying infrastructure that support current and emerging wireless applications are deployed in a manner that optimizes their investment and meets requirements for coverage, security, accessibility, code compliance, and aesthetics across a variety of environments.


Optimizing Next-Generation Wireless Deployments for the Digital World

White Paper Optimizing Next-Generation Wireless Deployments for the Digital World

In this special white paper report from the experts at Oberon Wireless, a division of Chatsworth Products, learn how Wi-Fi 6 and 6E are driving new advancements in commercial building applications and how the right mix of wireless AP mounts and enclosures can help ensure network connectivity and uptime for years to come.


Read the white paper for complete details.