Networking standards and industry certifications
To support new and emerging requirements for mobile, IoT, and wired connectivity, a majority of the networking industry — composed of member companies that manufacture devices, chipsets, and infrastructure — design products that undergo certification based on industry standards.
When manufacturers design products that adhere to industry standards, everyone wins. Interoperability ensures that any network supports full compatibility for your clients — and vice versa.
Certification is a rigorous review, testing, and compliance process that ensures devices made by different manufacturers support the latest device capabilities such as speed, performance, and security.
With adherence to certifications, capabilities that vendors would not otherwise plan for are required for them to become certified. This ensures consistent user experience, connectivity, and feature support.
For added economic value, certification guarantees that no device is left behind when new wireless or wired standards become ratified. This means that a legacy device can still be supported on modern infrastructure.
The value of certifications
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