D-Link’s DAP-2610 concurrent dual band Access Point (AP) has arrived, claiming to deliver “a high-performance WLAN solution that includes a broad range of functions and the latest generation 802.11ac Wave 2 Speeds".
As business and consumer Wi-Fi becomes ubiquitous, the need for more efficient multi-antenna and multi-user solutions becomes a necessity, especially with increased demand for guest access, end-point access, and IoT device bandwidth.
With a cutting-edge, new, Wi-Fi "Outdoor Access Point" and a mid-range "Indoor Access Point" designed to bring "Wave 2 Performance" to the mainstream market, Brocade has purchased a ruckus.
With the new wave of Apple products bringing increased demand for data, smart, data-laden Wi-Fi networks are the best way to unlock their full potential.
Netgear launched its flagship Nighthawk X4S with world-first, world beating specs just hungry for a decent NBN to plug into, but it works with ADSL2+, too.
Broadcom has announced a new family of what it calls ‘5G WiFi Wave 2’ solutions for enterprise access points and says it is ‘first to deliver two radios and a CPU in a single device.’
Ruckus is the first Wi-Fi maker to bring superfast 802.11ac Wave 2 equipment to market - we speak to Ruckus A/NZ MD Pat Devlin for details.
The latest big commotion from Ruckus Wireless has arrived: the industry’s first 802.11ac Wave 2 Wi-Fi Access Point feeds appetite for voracious multi-gigabit capacity.
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