Wireless Networking with Dell and Aerohive
December 5 @ 11:30 am
Capital Grille900 Boylston Street
Boston, MA 02115 United States + Google Map
Join Winslow and Aerohive for a lunch and learn on Aerohive 802.11ax – the next fast-approaching IEEE standard.
Hear from Aerohive Sr. Systems Engineer Stephen Kim on how the 802.11ax addresses some of today’s biggest high density and wireless performance challenges – increasing capacity by up to 4x and improving spectral efficiency to benefit both 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz bands in a variety of environments.
With WiFi not just complementing but often eliminating the need for wired networks, IT professionals will definitely want to learn about this new 802.11ax standard, and how it can be deployed within your existing wired/wireless architecture.
You will learn about:
- Current Wi-Fi network challenges
- Key 802.11ax technologies like OFDMA and Multi-User (MU) communications
- Additional 802.11ax enhancements and design considerations
- 802.11ax Wi-Fi use cases
- Aerohive 802.11ax product overview
- *Lastly, join us to hear how you can receive a complimentary Access Point!*
802.11ax focuses on 9 main components of enhancement:
- OFDMA UL/DL
- MU-MIMO UL / DL
- 1024 – QAM modulation
- Longer OFDM Symbol
- New Frame Formats
- OBSS (BSS coloring)
- TWT – Power Saving
- Increased range
- 5 GHz & 2.4 GHz support
Complimentary parking at the The Hynes Auditorium Garage on 50 Dalton Street
Stephen Kim, Senior Systems Engineer for the New England region, has been with Aerohive for 8-years and is responsible for both pre and post – sales engineering support. Stephen has close to 20 years of experience in the wireless industry. Prior to joining Aerohive, he was with Bluesocket from 2001 to 2008 in the role of Director of Sales Engineering for the Americas. His other wireless companies before Aerohive include Amigopod and Extricom.
Stephen currently serves in the Massachusetts Air National Guard, 34-years and counting. He has earned the rank of Lieutenant Colonel and his unit is part of the Otis Air National Guard Base at Joint Base Cape Cod. Stephen holds a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Massachusetts and a master’s degree in Information Security Management from the Northeastern University.