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WLAN 9100 - Hardware Overview. Sales & Partner Training – 2014. Wireless networks are getting crushed!. “By 2015, 80% of newly installed wireless networks will be obsolete because of a lack of proper planning .”. Global Mobile Data Traffic.

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Wlan 9100 hardware overview

WLAN 9100 - Hardware Overview

Sales & Partner Training – 2014


Wireless networks are getting crushed

Wireless networks are getting crushed!

“By 2015, 80% of newly installed wireless networks will be obsolete because of a lack of proper planning.”

Global Mobile Data Traffic

Top Wireless Issues That May Derail Your Mobile Strategy.

Paul DeBeasi, October 2011

The average smart-phone will generate 2.6 GB of traffic per month in 2016, a 17-fold increase over the 2011 average of 150 MB per month.

Source: Evercorepartners


Wired and wireless are not the same

Wired and wireless are not the same!

Dedicated

Shared

Wireless user capacity is reduced since the pipe is shared by multiple users and by protocol overhead


Wireless networks are under designed

….Wireless Networks are “under designed”!

WIRED

WIRELESS

Total Capacity = 100M (5G) + 50M (2.4G) = 150Mbps

Total Capacity = 4Gbps

Why would you design wireless with 4% the capacity of wired?


Traditional wireless approach is failing

Traditional Wireless Approach is Failing

Conventional APs + Central Controller

Limited Scalability

Fixed Configurations

Short Lifespan

Controller Bottleneck

Adding more and more APs is not the answer

1 x 2.4G and 1 x 5G radio per AP, no flexibility

No upgrade path with throwaway APs

Potential choke point and single point of failure


Wlan 9100 series network overview

WLAN 9100 Series Network Overview

XOS


Wlan 9122 9132 indoor 2x2 ap overview 802 11ac enterprise solution with 802 11ac on both radios

WLAN 9122/9132 – Indoor 2x2 AP Overview802.11ac Enterprise Solution with 802.11ac on Both Radios

  • Dual radio, dual 2x2 802.11ac AP

  • Total 1.7Gbps bandwidth (867Mbps per radio)

  • Software programmable per radio

    • Dual bands (2.4GHz and 5GHz)

    • Multiple modes (802.11a/b/g/n/ac)

  • Integrated controller

  • Integrated services:

    • Application Control: Visibility & Policy Enforcement

    • Security: WIDS/WIPS, Firewall, Guest Access

    • Analytics: Spectrum Analysis, Packet Capture

    • Auto Cell/Channel/Band

  • Dual Gigabit Ethernet uplinks

  • 802.3at PoE powered

  • Premise provisioning and management options are available (Cloud management – 2H 2014)

Options:

WAP 9122 2x2 802.11n

WAP 9132 2x2 802.11ac


Wlan 9123 9133 i ndoor 3x3 ap overview zero touch ap with uncompromised 11ac support

WLAN 9123/9133 – Indoor 3x3 AP OverviewZero-touch AP with uncompromised 11ac support

  • Dual radio, dual 3x3 802.11ac AP

  • Total 2.6Gbps bandwidth (1.3Gbps per radio)

  • Software programmable per radio

    • Dual bands (2.4GHz and 5GHz)

    • Multiple modes (802.11a/b/g/n/ac)

  • Integrated controller

  • Integrated services:

    • Application Control: Visibility & Policy Enforcement

    • Security: WIDS/WIPS, Firewall, Guest Access

    • Analytics: Spectrum Analysis, Packet Capture

    • Auto Cell/Channel/Band

  • Dual Gigabit Ethernet uplinks

  • 802.3at PoE powered

  • Premise provisioning and management options are available (Cloud management – 2H 2014)

Options:

WAP 9123 3x3 802.11n

WAP 9133 3x3 802.11ac


Wlan 9122 outdoor 802 11n 2x2 ap environmentally protected ap

WLAN 9122 Outdoor 802.11n 2x2 APEnvironmentally Protected AP

  • Dual radio AP with 802.11n 300Mbps (2x2) operation

  • Software programmable radios. Modes include:

  • Two 2x2 External Antennas (2 ports per radio)

    • Antennas: 30 / 90 degrees and omnidirectional

  • Integrated controller

  • Same network services as all 9100 family, including:

    • Application Control: Visibility and Policy Enforcement

    • Security: WIDS/WIPS, Firewall, Guest Access

    • Analytics: Spectrum Analysis, Packet Capture

    • Auto Cell/Channel/Band

  • 802.3af PoE powered

  • Premise provisioning & management options available (Cloud Mgmt – 2H ‘14)

WAO 9122 2x2 802.11n


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