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Delivering Lync 2013 Real-Time Communications over Wi-Fi

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Delivering Lync 2013 Real-Time Communications over Wi-Fi
by Peter Schmatz, Senior Program Manager (WPS) at Microsoft Corporation

This white paper describes how Lync 2013 communications software can be successfully implemented over wireless local area networks (Wi-Fi). The Lync 2013 client has been validated on multiple platforms with voice and video (real-time media) over wireless networks, and user experiences and best practices are summarized here. A list of issues and mitigations will help you to ensure a high-quality voice and video Lync experience for all users. To optimize the wireless infrastructure, particularly for real-time media traffic, you’ll find details regarding Wi-Fi (WLAN) technology, configuration settings, and optimization. In addition, this paper provides deployment recommendations and evaluates typical enterprise, public hotspot, and home Wi-Fi deployments for real-time bidirectional media quality.

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