Designed for operations in need of the fastest possible outdoor WiFi speeds, the Aruba AP-377 offers nearly-unprecedented speeds in a heavily survivable package which can operate successfully in almost any environment on earth.
The Aruba AP-377 is an 802.11ac Wave 2 device, featuring high-speed 2.4ghz and 5ghz radios in a 4x4 MU-MIMO array. This allows it to have a potential maximum throughput of up to 2Gbps, when connected via multi-gigabit Ethernet. It can accommodate dozens of users at once, while consistently adjusting its spectrum usage to co-exist with cellular devices and allowing for unlimited user roaming around its coverage area. It even includes a Bluetooth beacon for direct messaging, or individual user tracking - which can be necessary in large-scale outdoor environments.
The AP-377 utilizes high-gain internal directional antennas to create its coverage area. Other options in this product line include the AP-375, with omni-directional internal antennas, or the AP-374 which uses external antenna connectors instead.
In terms of survivability, the AP-377 is hard to beat - and harder to destroy. It can operate in temperatures from -40° C to +65° C (-40° F to +149° F), at altitudes up to 3,000m, while surviving hundreds of hours of saltwater spray, and vibrations equivalent to those produced by an earthquake. In short, it could be in a hurricane and continue broadcasting.
Plus, like all Aruba networking devices, you get so many extra options in how you deploy and re-deploy the device. It can be linked to an existing Aruba network for central control, or utilized as an "Instant Access Point" for quick-and-easy setup. Or, configure it to focus on spectrum analysis, so it can provide RF usage information while detecting any possible WiFi intrusions.
Aruba networking devices truly give you more for your money. To learn more, contact Hummingbird Networks today.