Dell has expanded its PowerConnect wireless networking range with new products aimed at small-to-medium sized companies, which it claims offers the simplicity and affordability of entry-level Wi-Fi with advanced, high-end features.
New models include the PowerConnect W-AP134 and W-AP135 access points, designed to offer maximum performance in high density Wi-Fi environments. Prices for these models start at $1,295 (£812).
Meanwhile, the Dell PowerConnect W-IAP92, W-IAP93 and W-IAP105 instant access points (IAPs) have a built-in virtualised controller, providing affordability and simplicity, Dell said.
The virtual controller removes the need for these IAPs to be managed by a dedicated external controller, as was the case with earlier PowerConnect W-Series kit.
Instead, the virtual controller enables one IAP to act as controller for up to 16 others on a campus. If this fails, another can seamlessly step in and take its place as central controller.
The W-IAP 92/93 costs $395 (£247) while the IAP105 costs $695 (£436).
Dell said that the new kit can be up and running in minutes, and offers speeds of up to 300Mbit/s.
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