New Cisco Aironet 2700 AP vs. AP3700

The new Cisco AP2700 provides state of the art Gigabit Wi-Fi via the support of Wave 1 802.11ac at a very attractive price point for business environments…be it for Enterprises, Healthcare, K-12, Higher Education, Manufacturing, Warehouses, etc.

The Cisco AP2700 emerges on the market as an ideal on-premise solution, second only to AP3700 Series, Cisco’s best-in-class 802.11ac Access Point with its modularity and truly flexible architecture.  The Cisco Aironet 2700 Series offers all the advantages of 802.11ac available with Cisco’s innovative High Density Experience(HDX) technology, which includes features such as CleanAir 80MHz, ClientLink 3.0, Optimized Roaming, Turbo Performance and RF Noise Reduction.  It offers the unique antenna design unmatched by anyone else.  It offers the toughness with industry leading design, while allowing customers to leverage existing mounting brackets–an extra plus for those customers who are refreshing their old technology/older generation Access Points.

Cisco AP2700 and AP3700 Series are building out a Cisco portfolio that cannot be matched by anyone else out there. Combine that with the robust end-to-end Enterprise Mobility solution that only Cisco can bring to the market and our customers are set to take on the mobile trend in high density environments.  This is going to be an exciting time in the industry moving to Gigabit Wi-Fi and we are happy to be bringing the best products and solutions to help our customers with the toughest technology challenges.

Cisco Aironet 2700 AP vs. AP3700

Comparison of Cisco Aironet 802.11n G2 Series Indoor Access Points

New Cisco Aironet 2700 AP vs. AP3700

Cisco Aironet 802.11n G2 Series Indoor Access Points Cisco AP 2700 Series Cisco 3700 Series AP
Wi-Fi standards 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac 802.11a/b/g/n/ac
Ideal for Midsize or large enterprises that require advanced features Midsize or large enterprises that require mission-critical traffic
Site type Midsize office, school or warehouse Large office, midsize, or large warehouse
Application performance profile High client density environments
802.11ac migration
High client density HD Video/VDI
802.11ac*migration
Comprehensive security
Future-proof modularity N/A Yes
WSM
or 3G Small Cell
or 802.11ac Wave 2* Module
Crowded areas Yes Yes
Number of radios Dual (2.4GHz and 5.0GHz) Dual (2.4GHz and 5.0GHz)
Max data rate 1.3 Gbps 1.3 Gbps
MIMO radio design: spatial streams 3 x 4:3 4 x 4:3
Client count/ClientLink client count 200/128 200/128
Autonomous access point option Yes Yes
ClientLink 2.0 ClientLink 3.0, adding 802.11ac support for enhanced connectivity with 802.11 a/g/n/ac clients ECBF with 802.11ac clients
ClientLink and ECBF to 11ac clients concurrently
ClientLink 3.0, adding 802.11ac support for enhanced connectivity with 802.11a/g/n/ac clients
ECBF with 802.11ac clients
ClientLink and ECBF to 11ac clients concurrently
CleanAir Yes — with 80 MHz channel support Yes – 80 MHz channel support
VideoStream Yes Yes
BandSelect Yes Yes
Adaptive wireless intrusion protection system (wIPS) Yes Yes
OfficeExtend
(Integrated- antenna models only)
Yes Yes
FlexConnect Yes Yes
Rogue access point detection Yes Yes
Temperature range 2700i: 0 to 40°
2700e: -20 – 50° C
2700p -20 – 50° C
3700i: 0 to 40°C
3700e: -20 to 55°C
3700p: -20 to 55°C
Antennas 2700i: Internal
2700e: External
2700p: External
3700i: Internal
3700e: External
3700p: External
Limited lifetime warranty Yes Yes
Power 802.3at PoE+, Enhanced PoE 4 x 4:3 operation: 802.3at PoE+, Enhanced PoE, Universal PoE (UPOE)
3 x 3:3 operation: 802.3af PoE

More Related Topics of Cisco Aironet 802.11n G2 Series Indoor Access Points

Cisco Aironet 2700 Series: High Density Experience and 802.11ac

Cisco Aironet 3700 Series-Meet and Exceed Mission-Critical Wireless Needs

Comparison of Cisco AP 2600 and Aironet 3600 Series

Cisco AP 3600 vs. Aironet 3500 Series

Cisco Aironet 1600/2600/3600 Series APs, Main Features and Comparison

Share This Post

Post Comment