Trends such as network automation, use of richer analytics and the need to secure IoT endpoints are emerging as critical components in access networking solutions. I&O leaders can use this research to assess vendor hardware and software capabilities across six enterprise access networking use cases.
What You Need to Know
- Critical Capabilities Use-Case Graphics
- Allied Telesis
- ARRIS (Ruckus)
- Dell EMC
- Extreme Networks
- HPE (Aruba)
- Juniper Networks
- LANCOM Systems
- Mist Systems
- Mojo Networks
- New H3C
- Product/Service Class Definition
- Critical Capabilities Definition
- Wired Access
- WLAN Access
- Network Access/Guest Access/BYOD
- Management and Administration
- Additional Network Service Apps
- Multivendor Management Support
- Use Cases
- Unified Wired and WLAN Access
- Performance Stringent Applications
- Multivendor Networking Environment
- Remote Branch Office With Corporate HQ
- Wired-Only Refresh/New Build
- WLAN-Only Refresh/New Build
- Vendors Added and Dropped
- Critical Capabilities Rating
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