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Why did we choose the client/server architecture?

Reduces network traffic by providing a query response rather than a total file transfer. It improves multi-user updating through a GUI front end to a shared database. The client and the server can both be a single machine depending on the software configuration Theyre used largely throughout industry including the military. It provides versatile infrastructure that supports insertion of newer technology faster than earlier software designs. Client/server software architectures have been in use since the late 1980, and continue to provide versatile infrastructure that supports insertion of newer technology faster than earlier software designs. Why we chose Wireless: They are easy to install and offer mobility, flexibility, scalability and speed, simplicity and reduced cost of installation. They improve productivity by allowing quicker access to the Internet and Office Networks from anywhere at any time by providing up to 10Mbps data rate. They are easy to use, and can easily be customized or personalized PDAs and hand held PCs could be Wireless networks connect computers through radio waves and microwaves, which means no cabling.

Th disadvantages include: the possibility for higher interference from other electrical sources, lower security, and lower transmission rates than cable or fiber optic.

All wireless technologies use standard technology over airwaves. Wireless networks require: a wireless access point, a wireless PC card, a wireless PC adaptor, and a network connection for the access point. The important factor is that only one access point needs a network connection, rather than each computer. If the wireless connection were over a WAN, then the additional hardware would include antennas to boost the signal. The setback to wireless networking is the distance versus bandwidth issue because the further the computer is from the access point the slower the speed of data rate transfer. Although wireless connection has the possibility of 11Mbps, this can be as slow as 1Mbp as the distance increases. However, although 1 Mbp would be very slow for an Ethernet network connection, it is still almost 30 times faster than a 56k modem (Black).

Manage enterprise WLAN deployments and operations to ensure network reliability, security, and availability

Excellent End User Experience quicker access, easy to use, customized/personalized network

Orderly Operator Network Migration easy migration from current IP, superior network performance Reduced cycle time to commercialize applications Reduce total cost of ownership -