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Capacity Planning On The Brain with Andrew Von Nagy

andrewAndrew answers the question “How can we mature as an industry around capacity planning?” by offering a real world example of just how he’s thinking through capacity planning.

Below you’ll find two different presentations from Andrew at two different WLPC events. The first video is titled “Capacity Planning For Corporate Environments”

The second video titled “Going Beyond RF Coverage” is from the year before where Andrew delves into more of the theory behind the application.

As Andrew points out this is just one design methodology – what works for him may not be right for you.

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