Are you ready for faster performance from your wireless networks with 802.11ac? Sam and Blake talk with Cisco to get the scoop on the 802.11ac module for the AP 3600. Cisco has created a modular solution for wave 1 and wave 2 of 802.11ac that plugs into the back of their flagship AP 3600. For more information on the module head on over to http://www.cisco.com/go/3600module11ac
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