An ADTRAN Bluesocket 1930 or Bluesocket 1935 802.11n Wireless Access Point can bring you a lot of bang for your upgrade buck. This 3x3:3 MIMO access point has three broadcast antennas, for a total of 900Kbps in throughput powered by a single Gigabit Ethernet port.
802.3af PoE support ensures the input is the only wire you need, while the Bluesocket 1930 or Bluesocket 1935 can otherwise invisibly power a widespread virtualized network environment. Depending on your needs, the BSAP 1930 comes with six standard internal antennas, while the BSAP 1935 includes six external RP-SMA connectors for specialized antennas.
The near-gigabit speeds and low cost of these 802.11n access points make them an excellent option for organizations on a budget who still need robust solutions for bringing VoIP and video to their buildings. The Bluesocket standard allows for fully virtualized networking. There's no need for a hardware controller, central server, or any other specialized hardware.
Thanks to this, the Bluesocket wireless access point series features the easiest deployments in the industry. Each access point self-configures within moments of being plugged in and registered, with the Bluesocket system and AOS software auto-configuring each AP for maximum capability and security.
ADTRAN Bluesocket 1930 or Bluesocket 1935 wireless access points are a great entry point into next-generation virtualized networking and are well-suited to businesses that need plenty of utility with a minimum of technical demands. Contact Hummingbird Networks today to learn more, or read on for specific product details.