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New Oberon White Paper Explains Next-Generation Wireless Deployments

by Katy Plant on October 5, 2022

This blog post is based off of Oberon's full White Paper, Optimizing Next-Generation Wireless Deployments for the Digital World, by Scott Thompson, the President of Oberon, a Division of Chatsworth Products (CPI).

oberon white paper

Wireless technology has evolved quickly and powerfully. What started only 20 years ago as amateur communication has turned into an essential means of distributing internet connectivity to people and their devices. According to Oberon's recent white paper, there are more than 22 billion wirelessly connected devices across the globe, with growing trends like remote and hybrid work schedules increasing the demand for wireless connectivity even further. 

The ability to transmit voice, data, and video has become vital to businesses of all industries. Smart phones demand it all. Global e-commerce is evolving to these standards day by day, making it helpful when experts from Oberon make sense of the latest developments. 

This white paper could be a great tool for anyone curious about leveraging the newest wireless deployment opportunities. 

wifi evolution

The evolution of Wi-Fi capabilities is one huge piece to the wireless infrastructure puzzle. The latest approved generation of Wi-Fi that supports the IEEE 802.11ax standard is called Wi-Fi 6, and it has been a source of many promising improvements, such as:

  • Higher Throughput
  • Greater Capacity
  • Improved Performance in Dense Environments
  • Better Battery Life and Power Efficiency
  • Better Support For IoT/IIoT Applications

Not only that, but Oberon experts are also beginning to see the broad spectrum of benefits brought on by Wi-Fi 6E, which expands Wi-Fi 6 into a new, wider 6 GHz spectrum. The results of this increases bandwidth and better supports high-speed applications, including:

  • Ultra-high-definition video streaming
  • Online gaming
  • Augmented/virtual reality,
  • Coverage across crowded spaces


While innovation is exciting, it's important to remember that all of this improved wireless technology will need to be supported by a reliable, scalable infrastructure. Wireless access points (APs) are accordingly being deployed across a wider variety of spaces. They are vital network endpoints in today’s digital world, and it’s imperative that these devices are deployed in a way that optimizes coverage, while also meeting critical requirements like security, accessibility, code compliance, and aesthetics.

So just how should you begin to optimize for the next generation and beyond? Read the entire  Oberon white paper below to get all of the details on how to prepare your wireless infrastructure for today and tomorrow.


Read Full Paper


Contact your local Accu-Tech Representative to learn more about Wireless, or visit the Oberon vendor page. 

Topics: Oberon oberonwireless wireless access point wifi 6 next-generation wireless deployments

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