Wireless LAN technology has evolved considerably over the past few years, and most enterprises now have to decide whether to deploy a cloud-controlled or a locally managed WLAN architecture. Organizations with complex networks that are highly dependent on Internet connectivity may find it more beneficial to use an on-premises network. By contrast, enterprises with geographically diverse locations may find it better to deploy a cloud-controlled wireless LAN technology. Both options have positives and negatives. This guide will help you determine what type of wireless LAN architecture is best for your organization and which WLAN products meet your needs.
1A glance at the top wireless LAN products
Wireless LAN technology is an integral part of an enterprise network. Take a look at the top WLAN products on the market.
Aruba wireless controller: Product overview
The Aruba wireless controller product line is designed for small, midsize and large enterprise deployments. Read Now
Cisco wireless controllers: Product overview
Cisco wireless LAN controllers are designed for a wide range of environments, including small and midsize businesses and large enterprises. Read Now
Ruckus SmartZone wireless access points: Product overview
Ruckus SmartZone wireless access points and controllers are designed for a wide range of environments, including indoor and outdoor AP deployments. Read Now