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Here’s what to look for in 802.11ac enterprise gear and the currently available access points from Cisco, Aruba Networks/HPE, Avaya, Extreme Networks and Ruckus Wireless.
As with most technologies, the wireless LAN space continues to evolve at a brisk pace. The current IEEE wireless networking standard is 802.11ac, which offers considerable advantages over its predecessor, 802.11n. As of this writing, enterprise products offer rates up to 5,200 Mbps (Dual Radio) at the physical interfaces (although real-world tests may end up being about 60 to 70 percent of this), up to 160MHz channels, and 4×4 Multi-User Multiple Input Multiple Output (MU-MIMO) with support for up to 4 spacial streams.