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Managing mission-critical wireless needs

Managing mission-critical wireless needs

Modernize your network with up to six times more performance than legacy 802.11a/b/g networks. Add the capacity and reliability required for multimedia and business-critical applications. The 802.11n standard can increase your wireless network's performance, reliability, and predictability.

Improve your wireless network

Faster connections

Faster connections

With 802.11n, you can gain unprecedented reliability and an increase in throughput from current 802.11a/b/g networks.

Dependable

Dependable

Enjoy quality of service, reliable connections, and predictable coverage for challenging RF environments.

More applications and users

More applications and users

Get anytime access to network resources and optimum performance to support the growing number of BYOD mobile users.

Lower costs

Lower costs

Protect long-term investments and lower your total cost of ownership by delivering the performance needed.

What’s inside 802.11n

Cisco Clean Air technology

Cisco Clean Air technology

Create a self-healing, self-optimizing wireless network that mitigates the impact of wireless interference.

Cisco VideoStream

Cisco VideoStream

Provide clear, accurate video images everywhere by efficiently delivering multicast video from the wired to the wireless network.

Cisco ClientLink

Cisco ClientLink

Allow access points to fill in coverage holes and increase access to both 802.11a/g legacy and 802.11n clients. Provide improved signal coverage, even in challenging environments.

Cisco access points

Cisco access points

With the most advanced features, these access points offer great performance, functionality, and reliability at a competitive price.

When wireless goes wrong

One IT worker learns that not all 802.11ac networks are the same. (2:31 min)

Related links

AP20676-340x227

802.11ac Wave 2

Increase productivity and connect with more Wi-Fi users.

Cisco CleanAir Technology

Cisco CleanAir Technology

Avoid current and future radio frequency interference.