Today, Wi-Fi is everywhere, and the need to provide good Wi-Fi is an essential part of doing business. But “good Wi-Fi” is not just about coverage or converting your APs to 802.11ac or 802.11ax. Good Wi-Fi means that your user experience is seamless. Most of the wireless networks today are designed to support only data applications and not real-time applications. In recent years, more and more companies are deploying real-time applications, and enterprise-quality is expected.
This Real Time over Wireless LiveLessons is a unique video course that provides the knowledge and details you need to create the best real time wireless experience for your organization. With more than eight hours of video training, Real Time Over Wireless LiveLessons demonstrates the process of designing, deploying, configuring and troubleshooting Wi-Fi networks for real time application support. The videos cover the full range of topics you need to successfully deploy real time applications over Wi-Fi. This video series will help any network engineer successfully design wireless for real time applications and deploy common real time applications (Spark, Jabber, and Skype for Business) over Wi-Fi networks.
About the Instructors
Rob Barton, CCIE No. 6660 (R&S and Security), CCDE No. 2013:6, is a Principal Systems Engineer based in Canada. Rob is a registered professional engineer (P.Eng) and has worked in the IT industry for more than 20 years, the last 17 of which have been at Cisco. Rob graduated from the University of British Columbia with a degree in Engineering Physics, where he specialized in computer and radio communications. Rob’s areas of work include wireless communications, IPv6, IoT, and industrial networking systems. Rob coauthored the Cisco Press book End-to-End QoS, 2nd edition. He resides in Vancouver, Canada, with his wife and two children.
Jerome Henry, CWNE No. 45, CCIE Wireless No. 24750, is Principal Technical Marketing Engineer in the Cisco Enterprise Infrastructure and Solutions Group. He has 20 years of experience in the wireless industry, and focuses on clients performance optimizations. He has developed several Cisco courses focusing on advanced wireless topics, and authored several wireless books and video courses. An IEEE 802.11 Senior Member since 2013, he also participates in Wi-Fi Alliance working groups.
Who Should Take This Course
Anyone interested in deploying both Wi-Fi networks and real time applications. These can include network administrators, systems administrators, audio/video specialists, Wi-Fi and VoIP specialists, and operations staff.
A secondary market would be the technical decision makers tasked with evaluating the technical feasibility of deploying Cisco Jabber, MS Skype for Business, Apple FaceTime, or another real time application over their wireless network. Cisco System Engineers, partners, trainers and other networking professionals who need to ramp-up technically on QoS technologies and designs would also benefit from watching this course.
The expectation is that the audience will have some foundation in wireless networking, QoS, and real time mobile applications; however, the readers will not need expert-level knowledge of these subjects to find the material useful. Each section will have a brief overview of the basic principles, and then delve deeper into the fine details of the protocols, deployment platforms, and best practices.
About Pearson Video Training
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