Wi-Fi 6E: Setting Clear Expectations

Join our expert panel discussion on best practices for designing a tri-band network.

Technology is constantly changing and advancing. Enterprises are barraged with more network- connected devices and new applications requiring more bandwidth. Thankfully, Wi-Fi 6E addresses some of these dynamic requirements by offering enterprises more capacity and increased channel width with an additional 1,200 MHz of spectrum.

Join Wi-Fi experts Peter Mackenzie and Jussi Kiviniemi for a lively discussion about decision criteria and best practices for designing a tri-band network. They explore how to:

  • Evaluate business needs, network devices, capacity, and bandwidth
  • Determine if 6GHz is right for your network
  • Design for your new network requirements

You’ll also learn how Juniper’s 6-GHz access points and AI solutions for Wi-Fi 6E improve operator and user experiences with secure client-to-cloud automation, insights, and data-driven actions.

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