Meru Networks AP822i V2 Dual Radio 802.11ac Wireless Access Point

SKU: 24781

RRP $45.00
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  • 802.11ac
  • Supports pervasive 80 MHz channel usage
  • Supports radio frequency virtualization
  • Supports IEEE Std 802.11ac with two spatial streams
  • Supports pervasive 80 MHz channel usage
  • Supports radio frequency virtualization
  • Supports multiple operating modes: centralized, distributed, MESH, bridged, and VPN tunnel • Integration with Meru controllers and management software applications
  • Supports either internal or external antennas
  • 3mth warranty
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The AP822 catalyzes the migration to Gigabit Wi-Fi by bringing the power of enterprise-wide, full channel 802.11ac to more customers. The AP822 is a cost-effective solution designed to meet the mid-range performance requirements of offices, schools, universities, hospitals, hotels, and retail stores, and it supports up to an aggregate 1.17 Gbps data rate for the most demanding business applications such as video and voice. The AP822 is positioned to accelerate the adoption of 802.11ac into more cost-sensitive market segments.

For schools, this means a more costeffective solution can be deployed to meet the growing throughput demand from on-campus wireless devices. Hotels can more easily offer a richer Wi-Fi experience where availability of high-quality wireless services is often the primary criterion—above other amenities—for making reservations. Providing high-speed, high-capacity wireless LAN services for the small and medium business is now more attainable with the AP822.

The AP822 access point allows administrators to prioritize applications to improve the user experience based on Meru’s unique ability to associate specific applications with deployed channel layers. For schools, this means Learning Management System applications can be assigned to one dedicated channel layer, while online classroom video feeds can be dedicated to another channel layer. For healthcare, life-critical applications such as patient monitoring can be assigned to one channel layer, doctor and nursing applications can be assigned to a second layer, and patient applications can be placed on a third channel layer.