Cisco Blogs
Share

Cisco is the First Access Point Vendor to Cross the 1 Million Units Sold Mark for 802.11ac


October 10, 2014 - 0 Comments

With 1.1 million units in the marketplace, Cisco is far and away the market’s #1 provider of 802.11ac wireless infrastructure with the industry’s broadest and most powerful product offerings for the Enterprise, Service Providers, Small Medium Business and exploding Cloud market spaces.

With the 3700 Series, Access Point is leading the charge as the fast ramping Access Point in Cisco’s history.

With the 3700 Series, Access Point is leading the charge as the fast ramping Access Point in Cisco’s history.

Providing up to 3 times the performance of legacy 802.11n deployments, 802.11ac provides the performance and scale foundation for companies as they move to an all-wireless and -mobile working culture in their day-to-day business operations.

Whether you require a robust highest performing 802.11ac solution or you just need something for your small to medium sized business, Cisco offers the industry’s broadest 802.11ac portfolio. With the recent introduction of the new Aironet 1700 Series indoor AP that is designed to meet the growing needs of today’s small and medium-sized, wireless, enterprise networks. Also just released is the Aironet 1570 Series Outdoor AP.  The Aironet 1570 is the industry’s highest-performing outdoor access point and delivers a robust mobility experience to outdoor deployments, supporting 802.11ac, optimized roaming and cellular handoff, and Cisco High Density Experience (HDX).

With the growth of 1.1 million units (and counting) sold, Cisco can enable your network to support more applications, more connected users, and a better user experience while future-proofing your network with the broadest 802.11ac portfolio in the industry today.

For more information on Cisco’s On-Premise 802.11ac Solution, please visit: www.cisco.com/go/wireless
For more information on Cisco’s Cloud-based 802.11ac Solution, please visit: meraki.cisco.com/solutions/80211ac
For more information on 802.11ac, please visit: www.cisco.com/go/80211ac

In an effort to keep conversations fresh, Cisco Blogs closes comments after 60 days. Please visit the Cisco Blogs hub page for the latest content.