Duke University plans extensive 802.11n network

Duke University will deploy an enormous 802.11n WiFi network across its campus using more than 2,500 Cisco access points. Duke plans to blanket more than 6 million square feet of its Durham, N.C. campus with 2,500 WiFi-certified Cisco 802.11n Aironet 1250 Series access points. The deployment will provide ubiquitous wireless coverage in academic halls, libraries, residence halls and other campus buildings. Cisco calls the deployment the largest planned deployment of an 802.11n network by any organization to date.

For more about Duke's 802.11n plans:
- read this release

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