iBwave the standard for in-building wireless network design has announced that iBwave Wi‑Fi® now offers Wi‑Fi design and planning support for Riverbed Xirrus solutions.
With the continued growth of mobile data consumption designing Wi‑Fi networks for high density venues and tackling capacity issues has become a big challenge for enterprises today.
The latest release of iBwave Wi‑Fi® supports Riverbed Xirrus multi‑radio (2‑8 radio) APs, which will allow Xirrus partners to benefit from an accurate Wi‑Fi design and planning solution for each phase of a high-density Wi‑Fi project. This ensures carrier‑grade network reliability and end‑user satisfaction.
Here are some key features and unique capabilities that make iBwave Wi‑Fi® a great planning and design solution for Riverbed Xirrus Wi‑Fi:
• 3D predictive modelingsurveys
• Converged networks designsurveys
• Advanced capacity planningsurveys
• Streamlined site surveys
• Cloud collaboration
• Design, review and approval workflow
• Automated BOM creation
“The ability to design and visualize Wi‑Fi networks in 3‑D is a unique iBwave feature that I have come to rely on for access point placement and troubleshooting. The granularity iBwave provides is exceptional, especially with the new capability to design with multi‑radio APs that are unique to Riverbed Xirrus for supporting high density Wi‑Fi networks. Add to that the mobile tools and the variety of reports you can generate makes iBwave an invaluable tool for Wi‑Fi deployment” – Ty Parker, Director Solutions Engineering for Riverbed Technology.
“iBwave Wi‑Fi® is proud to be offering multi‑radio AP design and planning support for Riverbed Xirrus. Our Wi‑Fi solution builds upon our extensive experience as the industry standard software mandated by leading Carriers worldwide for in‑building wireless networks” said Tirtho Deb, Director Enterprise Solutions. “This latest version of iBwave Wi‑Fi® ensures the accuracy of prediction results when designing high‑density venues by utilizing our new multi‑radio Access Points support” he added.