Hotels and guests have had a love-hate relationship with Wi-Fi. Wi-Fi has become an expected service, not just a luxury, leaving hotels struggling to find the right setup that is both cost-effective and meets visitor needs. In the last few years, there has been an explosion of mobile devices being used in the market, resulting in guests arriving with laptops, tablets and smartphones all ready to connect to speedy and reliable Wi-Fi. And when Wi-Fi isn’t operating smoothly, the complaints come through loud and clear.
In this constantly connected world, how can hotels provide the service and reliability that their guests are depending on, while keeping costs down?
Cisco Wall Access Point (AP) – Better Service and Cost Savings
Cisco’s new Aironet 702W Series Access Point is a wall AP, which solves several problems at once. In the past, bulky hardware switches and access points have been installed in the hallways, which isn’t ideal for in-room Wi-Fi access, nor is it visually appealing. The Wall AP combines hardware switches and access points into a single unit, about the size of a dollar bill, making it much more aesthetically pleasing and less obvious to guests. Cisco Aironet 702W Series is a compact access point, designed for ease of mounting to numerous global wall-box standards. In addition, the Wall AP features a dual radio, running two frequencies at once and allowing for both older and newer devices to connect easily and with less interference.
- Combined hardware switch and wireless access point
- Dual radio wall 802.11n AP, simultaneous support for 2.4GHz and 5GHz
- Four 10/100/1000BASE-T local Ethernet ports. One Ethernet port enabled for PoE out.
- Compact form factor designed for in-room install
Learn more about Cisco Hospitality solutions at www.cisco.com/go/hospitality.
I see this item working well in larger homes with the low profile look.
Thanks for your interest in this new AP. You can access the full data sheet here.
Order date of this new AP?
When is this beauty available in Europe and at what price? The only reference of this product is on Cisco web site.
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