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Cisco is an enterprise Wi-Fi leader, with more than three million Aironet access points sold. Cisco products are built specifically for the digital world. Cisco's access points help customers flourish in the mobile-first environment, optimize the user experience, and help provide ironclad security.
Cisco access points answer both today's and tomorrow's challenges by making sure that the network is ready for the evolution of user expectations, the increase in IoT device attachments and next generation cloud-driven applications. With expanded wireless access the access points provide an unplugged and uninterrupted network experience that is intelligent, reliable and secure.
Cisco aims to deliver key wireless innovations through custom-built access points that go beyond the Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax) wireless standard to provide radio-frequency excellence for high-density environments.
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- 33 councilors satisfied with the quality of their wireless signal.
- Agility in communication and interaction between sectors.
- It allowed operators in our facilities to work better because they are always connected to the network at places where [a] wired connection is not possible.
- Since there is Internet in the office place, employees are now able to enjoy connecting their BYOD devices to the internet, and this act drastically reduced the cost we spent on subscribing to data plan packages from our mobile network operators for our employees to use.
- The only negative impact is the licensing cost that needs to be applied to the WLC when you want to expand the number of APs that it needs to manage.
- Reduced overall cabling costs
- Improved network availibilty
- Improved network coverage
- Increased user mobility
- High license cost
- Cisco 9130 APs with 4x4 MIMO allowed my organization to reduce overall wireless APs count by 27% while simultaneously achieving greater client density than previous-generation APs
- Cisco 9130 APs allowed my organization to provide more than 200% client throughput gains utilizing the multi-gig uplink port.
- Cisco 9130 APs allowed my organization to deploy them as WLAN controllers for small sites, drastically lowering remote deployment costs.
- What positive or negative impact (ie, return on investment or ROI) did Cisco Aironet access points have on their overall business objectives?
- In fact, Cisco products in Brazil have a high cost due to a series of taxes.
- But it is a long-term investment and guaranteed immediate return since you will have to have problems with the service offered (Wi-Fi).
- Because of the very good reliability and stability, the offices can work continuously, even if the devices seem pricey.
- Older devices mostly still work.
- Fast wireless deployment: just connect a new AP to an 802.11x controlled switchport and profiling (ISE) and WLC makes all the job. This allows us to enable new workplaces within the organization.
- Great coverage: less access points per area, avoiding increasing budget.
- Mobility: With Aironet and Cisco WLC we have seamless roaming.
- Investment protection: We can even use old AP models like Aironet 1142 (discontinued) with our WLC , so we don't need to get rid of them.
- Obviously, these things aren't cheap. But we do believe that with the functionality we get, we are getting a good return on productivity.
- These things are really reliable, we don't spend a lot of time troubleshooting or replacing them.