Meru Wireless sets 802.11ac standard

Meru Wireless sets 802.11ac standard

Oct 1, 2013

Meru Wireless has set a standard for 802.11ac with the AP832, designed to meet the highest performance wireless requirements with Gigabit speeds.

The AP832 is the industry’s first 802.11ac access point, capable of supporting two concurrent 5GHz 3×3:3ss radios, designed for high-density deployments in large offices, schools, universities, hospitals, hotels and large retail stores.

The AP832 supports an aggregate 2,6Gbps data rate for the most demanding business applications, such as video and voice.

The AP832 is a dual-radio, dual-band, 802.11a/b/g/n/ac WLAN access point with a 3×3:3ss design. It can operate in the 5GHz band to support 802.11ac and deliver a maximum data rate of 1,3Gbps per radio. Operating in the 2,4GHz band, a maximum data rate of 450Mbps per radio can be achieved.

The access point is offered as a choice between internal and external antenna models.

The AP832 wireless access point supports data, voice, and video applications with superior predictability and reliability. It allows users to rely on a WiFi network for mission-critical applications, increasing productivity for end-users.

Radio frequency virtualisation delivers plug-and-play deployment, easy capacity expansion and seamless mobility.

It is designed for the highest client density and most demanding enterprise environments, including:

* Arenas;

* Stadia;

* Lecture halls;

* Conference rooms; and

* Hospitals