Carrier grade 802.11ac products target indoor and outdoor applications

Carrier grade 802.11ac products target indoor and outdoor applications

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By eeNews Europe

From the A8 series Super WiFi Base Station, A3 series Access Point to the C2 series Access Point/CPE, from indoor to outdoor products, the complete portfolio of Altai Super WiFi is now upgraded to the 802.11ac standard, delivering data rates up to 1.3 Gbps. The increased capacity, together with Altai’s smart WiFi technologies, ensures that the clients always associate with the best radio for maximum network performance.

"The demand for a faster broadband connections continues to be driven by the explosion of bandwidth demanding applications, especially video over wireless networks," said Dr. Raymond Leung, CEO of Altai Technologies. "With the new series of products, Altai is enabling service providers to keep up with the explosive growth in data traffic without huge capital investments."

The Altai Super WiFi products deliver best of class performance and highly reliable and consistent Wi-Fi experience, with coverage over 1km for the outdoor model and 500m for the indoor ones. Smart WiFi technologies, which include superior RF and filter design, as well as a software-based interference mitigation and RF optimization suite, allow the 802.11ac Super WiFi products to have up to 20 – 30% more capacity than their competitions.

At a fraction of the cost of existing systems from other vendors, the Altai Super WiFi products offer the best performance/price value in the market. Together with AltaiCare – a cloud-based network management solution, the total CAPEX and OPEX of a WiFi network can be significantly reduced.

Further, the built-in all-in-one content management engine of AltaiCare can deliver location-aware advertising services for mobile users at shopping malls, hotels, tourist attractions etc., helping service providers/venue owners to generate additional revenue from advertising.

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