Ubiquiti WLAN

Ubiquiti WLAN

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Ubiquiti WLAN

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Reliable and affordable

10 out of 10
April 30, 2021
We are using these devices to connect two buildings across a parking lot where connecting hardwired would have required trenching through …
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Great WLAN, recommended!

9 out of 10
April 30, 2021
The Ubiquiti WLAN is in use by our entire organisation, including in our shipping warehouse, which heavily relies upon stable wi-fi …
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United under Unifi AP

10 out of 10
April 30, 2021
Unifi Access Points are used throughout our company and at most all of our clients that we support - all managed through a cloud-based …
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What is Ubiquiti WLAN?

Ubiquiti offers a family of WLAN products, namely the UniFi line of products.

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What is Ubiquiti WLAN?

Ubiquiti offers a family of WLAN products, namely the UniFi line of products.

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Score 9 out of 10
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Cisco's wireless solution is one of the best solutions in the market. and we are currently using it for our head office. However, some of our remote sites where the number of users is not much do not require such high-end and expensive wireless solutions. For these types of sites, we have selected Ubiquiti WLAN which is a reliable and cost-effective solution and meets our requirements.
Hunter Bonner | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
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There is no comparison really. The fact that I am not using those others, as in, not even considering what they have to offer, should speak volumes on how well Ubiquiti WLAN stacks up. It just ranks across the board as the best solution. In fact, when a new Ubiquiti product comes out, I'm wanting to test it.
Brian Cook | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
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We have used products from Netgear, ZyXEL, Cloudmesh, Datto, Mereki, and EnGenius previously often choosing products based on a specific situation, since starting with Ubiquiti [WLAN] we have pretty much stopped [usage] of all other vendors in the networking field and standardized which better allows us to stock spare equipment. Best part is if you need to replace equipment it is easy to swap it out quickly as the controller also acts as a live configuration backup.
Score 10 out of 10
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This product was recommended to us by our vendor so we went with it and have not been disappointed. We've not used other similar devices as this one works very well. We would definitely go with Ubiquiti again if we came up against a similar scenario. I've used several Ubiquiti products and they are all solid.
Score 9 out of 10
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Ubiquiti is cheaper overall compared to Meraki. Also, there are no annual fees/licenses needed, unlike Meraki. Also, Ubiquiti allows you to run a local controller, unlike Meraki, which is either a dedicated hardware appliance, or you can just run a free software controller. All in all, the TCO for Ubiquiti seems lower compared to Meraki, as well as range and stability seems better too, which was a key for us to decide to go with Ubiquiti.
April 30, 2021

United under Unifi AP

Donny McIver | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
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Compared to the recurring costs to maintain support / licenses with Cisco or Aerohive, Unifi products NEVER require additional licensing costs to operate or administer. In todays age of technology advances, it's a pleasure to work with a product line that has a unified admin interface across several products (gateway / switch / AP) for a reduced learning curve. Coupled with a strong presence of enterprise-class features for "free" or included with the very reasonably priced hardware cost continues to make Unifi products from Ubiquiti a no-brainer!
April 30, 2021

Ubiquiti WLAN Review

Matthew Frederickson | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 3 out of 10
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No contest - Fortinet is Enterprise ready and a good replacement. More expensive then Ubiquiti, but in the areas we've tested them, the performance (and ease of installation and configuration) makes it worth the price.
Score 9 out of 10
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Cisco wireless is super expensive and the management is very complex. Ubiquiti wireless is both affordable and simple to setup. Ubiquiti has a more user friendly interface. Cisco does have more settings and more network monitoring stats but it's typically not worth the price.
Score 8 out of 10
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We used SonicWall SonicPoint devices for years, but had many problems in the last few years of use. We would replace inexpensive, home-use devices with much more expensive SonicPoint devices and client would see a significant decrease in wireless signal strength, leading to frustration and lack of confidence in our services. After the first few Ubiquiti devices that we installed, we knew it was a good decision to switch permanently. Ubiquiti offer mush better performance at a much lower price.
Score 10 out of 10
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Meraki is a great product providing many of the same remote management features that Ubiquiti offers for network solutions. The main difference is Meraki licensing costs. Each device must be licensed in order to work. After a licensing period expires the device will stop functioning until re-licensed. For the price of the licensing, you get Cisco Meraki remote support and assistance in troubleshooting issues and network configuration problems.

Ultimately we decided to go with Ubiquiti due to the simplicity of the network infrastructure not warranting advanced support. The network configuration will largely stay static unless there are major office changes every few years.
Score 8 out of 10
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I'm not really familiar with products that compete for directly with Ubiquiti WLAN AirMax devices, as most of these are so complex and so far out of budget for my clients, so they have never ever really been a consideration. Since discovering how simple and affordable the Ubiquiti devices are, as I said, they will always be our first consideration for linking buildings. UNIFI and Cisco WLAN devices could be used in some of these scenarios, but the cost and reliability would suffer.
Benjamin Hale | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
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The Ubiquiti WLAN equipment was recommended and reviews online were favorable. That, along with the lower cost, made the decision easy for me and the CEO. The other devices we researched seemed fine, and would probably handle the workload we had in mind, but due to our reading online, the Ubiquiti system was ideal.