Cisco Delivers Fastest Wireless Network to Tackle World’s Growing Mobility Expectations


By
Telecom Lead Team:
Cisco has introduced
its Cisco Aironet 3600 Series Access Point (AP), to achieve fast network
performance, seamless access to cloud services, consistent connectivity and
high-quality experiences on any wireless device.

 

The company
claimed that the Cisco Aironet 3600 Series AP is designed to enable people to
be seamlessly connected from any wireless device, even those with weak wireless
signals, at a greater distance from the access point with up to 30 percent
faster performance than any other access point.

“The new
Cisco Aironet 3600 Series Access Point delivers just that at an even greater
range, to help deliver the best experience for all wireless devices,” said
Sujai Hajela, vice president and general manager, Wireless Networking Business
Unit, Cisco.

The Cisco
Aironet 3600 Series AP offers customers a path to ensuring their wireless
network infrastructures. It is designed to allow people to take advantage of
cloud-based services, run virtual desktops with less lag time, or have smooth
video calls, all resulting in better user experience.

“Our
customers are increasingly investing in next-generation wireless networks to
support their business’ growth and the influx of consumer devices, especially
tablets, coming onto their networks. With the speed, performance and
intelligence of the Cisco Aironet 3600 Series Access Point, we can confidently
build next-generation wireless networks that ensure greater performance for all
mobile client devices,” said Sam Clements, manager, Mobility Practice,
Presidio.

 

The fourth
antenna on the Cisco Aironet 3600 Series AP allows for greater mobile
flexibility. It also includes the new ClientLink 2.0, which can boost
performance for 100 percent of wireless client devices connected to the access
point.

The company
said that the new Cisco Aironet 3600 Series AP is the first to support
standards-based fast roaming with IEEE 802.11r.

Recently, Cisco announced that Cisco Videoscape will now help enable new “video
in the cloud” services that will drive new revenue streams for service
providers.

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