Fluke Networks WLAN Planning Technology to Power New Tool for D-Link
Author/Blog Contributor - Dilip Advani
Date: January 18, 2012
The team at Fluke Networks is expanding the usability and reach of AirMagnet Planner by working with D-Link to create a new tool for wireless professionals called the D-Link Wi-Fi Planner, Powered By AirMagnet®.
This new tool provides a number of advantages and options for network engineers and IT professionals designing D-Link Wi-Fi networks. It allows D-Link network wireless planners to model the Wi-Fi network, taking into account building material and environmental conditions. Compatible with all available D-Link AP's and all Unified Wireless AP's, the tool also allows users who are deploying D-Link infrastructure to determine the quantity, placement and configuration of access points for maximum security and performance. Additionally, it's helpful for planning migration strategies from existing legacy 802.11a/b/g networks to 802.11n technology.
Here's what D-Link's vice president of business development, Anthony Lai, had to say about the partnership: "Proper planning and design is a critical step in the wireless lifecycle, whether deploying a new network, migrating legacy technology or validating an existing WLAN. To ensure our customers have the best tools to accomplish these goals, we've chosen Fluke Networks' technology and are excited to launch the D-Link Wi-Fi Planner, Powered By AirMagnet®. Our longstanding partnership with Fluke Networks allows us to deliver powerful WLAN planning and design functionality that provides superior predictive modeling to help users determine ideal quantity, placement and configuration of D-Link WLAN infrastructure for optimal security, performance and compliance."
To learn more about the D-Link Wi-Fi Planner, Powered by AirMagnet®, visit D-Link.
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Nov. 1, 2013 4:41 AM
We all know that AirMagnet Survey/Planner is designed for planning and designing and most of us still lack the exact usage of it. The greatest thing is that expanding the usability and reach of AirMagnet Planner .
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It goes beyond just verifying RF coverage, by plotting actual end-user network performance in terms of connection
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