With the prevalence of mobile devices connecting people and things today, we are seeing a base expectation for uncompromised wireless connectivity. There is no doubt that the trend for high performance, pervasive wireless is on the rise and will continue for the foreseeable future. We at Cisco strive to help organizations get ahead of these trends with solutions that can be deployed with confidence today. That’s why I am proud to announce the latest Cisco Wireless Release 7.5, the third feature-rich release we’ve had in the last 12 months.
Release 7.5 enables mission critical wireless deployments with sub-second stateful failover for wireless clients, wire-like Gigabit performance with the 802.11ac Module, and a bevy of other features.
Key Features in 7.5:
- Cisco Aironet Access Point Module for 802.11ac: Industry’s first shipping enterprise class and the first publicly announced enterprise-class AP to attain Wi-Fi Alliance 802.11ac Certification. The modular design enables future-proof deployment of the next generation of 11ac clients for video streaming, high density environments without compromising the end user’s quality of experience.
- Cisco Aironet 700 Series Access Point: An affordable compact dual-radio access point for value-minded customers looking to modernize their networks to handle today’s increasingly complex wireless access demands
- Client Stateful SwitchOver (SSO) across geographically separated locations: Controller redundancy with no client re-authentication and sub-second switchover. Read More »