In the past ten years, there has been a complete shift in the way companies manage, secure and invest in their networks. The increase in the number of mobile devices that could connect to the internet drove significant demand for Wi-Fi in the workplace.

This led to an increase in the number of Wi-Fi devices at the network edge and, as a consequence, more network traffic across the core.

As it becomes the default method for connecting client devices – in place of physical connections – greater investment in the network has been needed in both wireless and physical network ends, to make sure that Wi-Fi could take the load and perform as required. Read more.