A750 Wireless Access Point
With the introduction of its A750 wireless access point (WAP), Access Networks has not only provided integrators with more WAPs to choose, from, but the company has also provided integrators with a multi-gigabit WAP.
Access Networks‘ latest product is a Wi-Fi 6 certified wireless access point that is designed to “bridge” the gap between gigabit Wi-Fi connectivity and multi-gigabit wireless connectivity.
The Los Angeles-based networking company states the A750 provides professional integrators with a reasonably priced networking solution to meet today’s need for increased network speed and bandwidth.
Access Network also points out that its latest access point is capable of managing up to 1024 client connections. According to the company, the A750’s ability to support that many clients is helpful for ultra-dense environments where the proximity of some individual wireless networks impede performance.
The access point also connects more devices simultaneously with built-in eight spatial streams (4X4:4 in GHz and 2.4GHz), MU-MIMO, OFDMA technologies, and it provides over 4,000 unique antenna patterns.
In addition, Access Network emphasizes that through the A750’s Wi-Fi 6’s certification, it provides seamless interoperability with other Wi-Fi 6 products, and it achieves multi-gigabit speeds by using a built-in 2.5Gbe port to connect to multi-gigabit switches.