WiFi 6 and Beyond: What’s Now and What’s Next
Killer app alert! The newly published IEEE 802.11ax Enhancements for High Efficiency WLAN Standard has far reaching implications with respect to cabling infrastructure design. Users can reasonably expect their current wireless speeds to more than quadruple when upgrading to Wi-Fi 6E gear available today. As a result, the specification of high-performance cabling supporting access layer switches and uplink connections will be critical to achieving multi-Gigabit throughout and fully supporting the capacity of next generation wireless access points.
This engaging webinar will answer all questions concerning Wi-Fi 6E and developing Wi-Fi 7 technology trends, cabling considerations, and capabilities. Applicable standards terminology and updates will be clearly presented using non-technical language.
Valerie MaguireDistinguished Engineer, The Siemon Company
Valerie Maguire, BSEE holds the position of Distinguished Engineer with Siemon. Her expertise is focused on balanced twisted-pair and optical fiber telecommunications cabling and transmission theory. She is the TIA TR-42 appointed liaison to IEEE 802.3, Treasurer of the IEEE 802.3 Ethernet Working Group, and Chief Editor of the P802.3cg Single Pair-Ethernet amendment project, and has held leadership positions in the TIA TR-42 Telecommunications Cabling Systems Engineering Committee and TIA-TR-42.7 Copper Cabling Subcommittee for eight two-year terms. In addition, Valerie has authored over 50 technical articles and engineering papers, holds one U.S. Patent, received the 2008 Harry J. Pfister Award for Excellence in Telecommunications, and was named one of CI&M’s Top 20 Positive Contributors to the Cabling and Networking Industry.