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Wireless Security and Management: New Challenges, New Opportunities

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Wi-Fi has grown pervasive. As business WLAN coverage and usage expands, so does complexity of RF, network, and device management. 802.11n and VoWi-Fi will make a tough task even tougher. Security and …

Wi-Fi has grown pervasive. As business WLAN coverage and usage expands, so does complexity of RF, network, and device management. 802.11n and VoWi-Fi will make a tough task even tougher. Security and reliability remain top concerns. Let's explore new security and management approaches that can tackle new security and availability threats, regain control over operations and maintenance, and scale and optimize performance.

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  • 1. Wireless Security and Management: New Challenges, New Opportunities Panel Moderator: Lisa Phifer Core Competence Inc. lisa@corecom.com
  • 2. Wi-Fi has grown pervasive • Last year, chipset sales reached 300 million (InStat) • By 2012, annual sales will top 1 billion (ABI) – 500 million embedded in mobile handsets – 700 million split between consumer electronics and traditional network computing equipment • In 2007 WLAN State-of-the-Market Report, 76% of businesses had deployed Wi-Fi • 59% used Wi-Fi as office Ethernet replacement • 26% used Wi-Fi for warehouse/manufacturing • VoWiFi APs to grow 93% through 2012 (ABI)

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