An access point allows devices to connect to the wireless network without cables. A wireless network makes it easy to bring new devices online and provides flexible support to mobile workers.
An access point acts like an amplifier for your network. While a router provides the bandwidth, an access point extends that bandwidth so that the network can support many devices, and those devices can access the network from farther away.
But an access point does more than simply extend Wi-Fi. It can also give useful data about the devices on the network, provide proactive security, and serve many other practical purposes.
On-premise access points
If you need flexibility and customization and are dealing with extensive security requirements, on-premise management may be the best option for you. These systems require a larger network engineering staff, but that’s only because you can do so much with them. See our new Cisco Business wireless access points.
1.Cisco Aironet 1800 Series access points
The Cisco Aironet 1800 Series enhances overall wireless performance for a new generation of wireless devices, tablets, and high-end laptops. Expanded mobility improves overall user experience, increases productivity, and business agility. Cisco Aironet 1800 Access Points contains Cisco 1815 Access Points, Cisco 1830 Access Points, Cisco 1840 Access Points and Cisco 1850 Access Points.
Cisco Aironet 1800 Access Points provide these features and benefits:
* Enterprise-class features
Aironet 1800 access points equip small networks with enterprise-class features, without breaking the budget.
* Better experience for Apple users
Get seamless roaming, a fast lane for apps, and faster troubleshooting for your Apple mobile devices.
* Support for the latest Wi-Fi standards
All 1800 APs support 802.11ac Wave 2 standards, providing more performance, speed, and bandwidth.
* High performance for many client devices
Support for MU-MIMO technology, enables Wave 2 devices to connect all at once and get information fast.
Cisco Aironet 1800 series access points includes Aironet 1815 series, Aironet 1830 series, Aironet 1840 series and Aironet 1850 series.
You may Interested: Compare Models: Aironet 1830 vs. Aironet 1850 vs. Aironet 2800 vs.Aironet 3800
2.Cisco Aironet 2800 Series access points
Flexible and versatile, the Cisco Aironet 2800 Series ensures optimal user experience by intelligently enhancing quality of services based on user activities and usage. This automation capability optimizes network performance thereby freeing up valuable resources for business growth.
Cisco Aironet 2800 Access Points provide these features and benefits:
* Better performance for many client devices
The 2800 Series is 802.11ac Wave 2 compliant and supports multiuser MIMO (MU-MIMO). Multiple data streams can travel from the access point to Wave 2 supported devices. The devices connect all at once and get information fast.
* Networking for the digital era
Networks are getting more complex. When you combine the 2800 with Cisco’s Digital Network Architecture (Cisco DNA), you can transform your network so your organization can move faster, more efficiently, and securely.
* Flexible deployment modes
The 2800 Series supports both controller-based and Cisco Mobility Express controllerless deployments for enterprise-class performance on small, medium and large networks.
* Better wireless experience for Apple devices
Get seamless roaming, a fast lane for business applications, and faster troubleshooting when your Apple mobile devices pair with Cisco technology.
Cisco Aironet 2800 series access points includes Aironet 2800i series and Aironet 2800e series.
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