High Density Wi-Fi is now commonplace, with the average professional and consumer using an average of 3 Wi-Fi capable devices at any given time. Only a few years ago, it was uncommon to see 100+ devices associated with an AP, but today, it’s a run-of-the-mill occurrence. In fact, it’s now common to see 100+ devices associated to a dual-radio AP, and across an enterprise or large public venue, that kind of client density creates a plethora of performance challenges.
Divergent Dynamics specializes in High Density (HD) and Very High Density (VHD) Wi-Fi design, deployment, validation, and performance optimization and has designed and optimized VHD Wi-Fi networks for NFL, NBA, MLB, and NHL teams as well as countless university stadiums and arenas.
Divergent prides itself on educating its customers on Wi-Fi technology and our processes for success in complex Wi-Fi venues.
Common VHD venues include:
- Convention Centers
- Concert Halls
- Lecture Halls
- Large Meeting Rooms
- Press Areas
- Large Public Venus/Events
- Trade Shows
- Trading Floors
The diversity of consumer-grade mobile devices requires the utmost in system design and optimization. Understanding every nuance of RF, the 802.11 protocol, FCC rules, Wi-Fi system design/integration/security, and Wi-Fi system performance optimization takes many years of study and hands-on experience in very specific environments. Stadiums, arenas, convention centers, and other such VHD environments require a specialist.
There are many Wi-Fi integrators in the market, but very few with the training and experience to excel at the über-complex. If NFL and NBA teams trust their Wi-Fi networks to Divergent, shouldn’t you?
There’s an old saying: “There’s never enough time to do it right, but there’s always enough time to do it over.” Don’t be that guy. Call Divergent first.