Extreme Networks’ Wireless WiNG access-point technology ensures enterprise-level security and high performance for any LAN environment—to deliver an exceptional experience for users, wherever they roam.
Our ExtremeWireless WiNG Controllers reduce costs and simplify IT efforts by unifying wireless-wired network management, using a range of scalable architecture. Improve business process flow with one platform for wireless voice, video, data, and multiple RF technologies. Our wireless controllers and switches provide seamless roaming across deployments and resilient, fail-over capabilities—proving our reliability.
Extreme Networks IdentiFi Wireless
IdentiFi Access Points IdentiFi Access Points deliver wired-like performance, at scale for high-density in every environment. Smart Access Points are equally adept for both distributed and centrali
Extreme Networks IdentiFi Wireless Controllers
Award-winning IdentiFi wireless appliances provide an exceptional user experience, regardless of location. Our Wireless Appliances are simple to deploy and manage, yet provide advanced functionalit
Extreme Networks Wireless
Thin and adaptive access points for campus-wide deployments, distributed worksites and remote branch offices Altitude™ Access Points (APs) come in form factors designed for a wide variety of deploy
Zebra AP7532 Access Points
High Performance, High User Capacity Access Point: up to 1.3 Gbps, dual-radio supports one 802.11ac and one 802.11n with 3x3: 3 stream MIMO. Internal and external antennas.
Zebra AP8533 Access Point
Zebra’s AP 8533—a true WAVE 2, 802.11ac AP—simultaneously supports MU-MIMO devices for high-density environments and offers Zebra’s Triple Sensor technology for security, customer engagement and opti
Zebra NX75XX Controllers
The NX 7500 is a multi-service platform that brings advanced wireless LAN performance and single point of control simplicity to the mid-size WLAN.
Zebra VX9xxx Controllers
The VX 9000 combines the power of virtualization with Zebra’s industry-leading WiNG Controller, creating a virtual controller in a class of its own.