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Interop ITX speaker has three important tips for making sure that WLAN has prepared itself well for internet of things. Most of the business leaders have this belief that internet of things which provides an opportunity for most of their organizations introduces new business models, enhances customer relationship and increases productivity.
Until now, most commercial organizations relied on optical fiber cables to support their network infrastructure. Although they provided high internet speed and transmit large volume of data packets, their performance degraded over time by virtue of signal deterioration and impaired data transfer speed. Structural upgradation has to be made for the data cables that were installed in the fourth quarter of the last century with the advent of internet. As organizations stretched far and wide, wired technology’s loopholes became evident by virtue of being limited to any particular premises. For any larger area, in order to install network of cables, underground channel has to be dug which obviously would require additional cost and could turn out to be very costly.