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Cisco Taking 802.11n Mainstream with Aironet 1140

January 13, 2009 - 13 Comments

802.11n for the enterprise has come a long way since we launched the first enterprise-class Wi-Fi Certified 802.11n access point in late-2007. We’ve shipped more than 175,000 Aironet 1250 11n access points since then, and today we are announcing our latest innovation in next-generation wireless -the new Aironet 1140 Series Access Point, an enterprise-class, business-ready 802.11n access point that packs performance and power efficiency in a sleek design (see photo further below).Hear from Ben Gibson, Cisco’s senior director of mobility solutions, on Cisco’s leadership in 802.11n, the demands and drivers especially at a time when businesses are becoming increasingly mobile and collaborative, as well as business operational benefits.Also, learn about the Cisco Aironet 1140 Series Access Point and Cisco M-Drive Technology from Chris Kozup, Cisco’s senior manager of mobility solutions.To learn even more about the Aironet 1140 Series Access Point, Cisco M-Drive Technology, ClientLink and the benefits of 802.11n, click here.image

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  1. This is exactly the reason why we always prefer Cisco products. Keep up good work!

  2. We are using cisco Access Point 1242AG in our organization. Is this possible to upgrade those to 802.11n standard.

  3. Thanks for the related valuable information . Cisco products always beat the other no doubt.

  4. i didn't find any support from cisco distrebuter in saudi arabia,so i called mr yamen from cisco but also no new, i need cisco access point for wide space

  5. which r the recomended client-chipsets running 802.11n (5Ghz) to get a good performance

  6. John - all Cisco wireless controllers (2100, 4400 and 5500), Catalyst 6500 Series/7600 Series Wireless Services Module (WiSM) and Catalyst 3750 Series Integrated Wireless LAN Controllers support the 1140 Series 802.11n access points. For more information, go to,hide-id-trigger-g1-wireless_LAN and click on Wireless LAN Controllers.

  7. What kind of controllers I can use with 5! Aironet 1140 APs (Cisco 5500 ?)Thank you.

  8. Mervik - though not included on the website, the promotional price for the 1140 Series Access Point is $995 USD (when purchased in a 10-unit Eco-pack. The previous price is $1,299). Also, current features of the 1140 Series Access Point can be found at

  9. Sir, the link above that you've given as a reply to Enver is not explaining much details about price. It's offering a customer contact though. Since today, been almost one year ahead from the date of this release, is there any updates with the price and features?Mervik!

  10. Enver - From now until July 31, 2010, the Cisco Aironet 1140 Series Access Points -the industry's best-selling 802.11n access points - are now a fractionof the cost with a new list price of $995 USD (10-unit Eco-Pack for theunified version and a 5-unit Eco-Pack for the new standalone version); previously priced at $1,299 USD.More details can be found at

  11. Thank you..

  12. Whhatt wiill be thee cost ?

  13. What will be the cost