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With the growth of BYOD and telecommuting in the workplace, the need for wireless access is crucial to your business. Hummingbird Networks full portfolio of Wireless Access Points is designed to fit wireless needs for both small and large businesses. We carry full lines of Adtran Bluesocket, Netgear, and Meraki wireless access points providing you with easy access to your network without sacrificing security. Our extensive catalog of controller-less plug in and play devices are extremely user friendly and can handle high density BYOD environments.
Our portfolio of wireless access points includes:
Cisco Meraki wireless access points are some of the easiest to use, most powerful, and advanced access points on the market today. Meraki’s innovative mesh system is 100% cloud based allowing for easy deployment and manageability. The Meraki Dashboard for the access points allows you to monitor and control each network user and device from anywhere in the world.
The Netgear Prosafe brand of wireless access points offer top of the line wireless performance supporting high speed 802.11ac and 801.11n speeds. When adding a Netgear Access Point to your network, you are gaining fast long-range wireless access that is simple to control and manage. Whether your bandwidth needs are small or large, Netgear dual band access points can support throughputs from 300Mbps up to 1.7Gbps, and beyond in 2x2 or 3x3 MIMO arrays.
WAC720 802.11ac 2x2 1.2 Gbps
WAC730 802.11ac 2x3 1.7 Gbps
WNAP320 802.11n 2x2 300 Mbps
WNAP360 802.11n 2x2 600 Mbps
WNAPP620 802.11n 3x3 450 Mbps
WNDAP660 802.11n 3x3 900 Mbps
WND930 802.11n Outdoor 300 Mbps
Adtran Bluesocket extremely user friendly access points are well recognized as the one of the best choices for wireless networking. The Bluesocket family of access points bring networking ease providing fast deployments with cutting edge 802.11n and 802.11ac WiFi technology. Bluesocket's versatile plug in and play access points are an easy to manage option for small businesses while still being strong enough to grant WiFi access to an entire campus, even in multiple locations.