Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise (ALE) has launched OmniAccess 320 wireless 802.11AC Wave 2 Access Point to accommodate for the increase of users’ and device traffic within networks.
ALE said the new access point is the latest product in the Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise Unified Access Technology roadmap to deliver solutions for the mobile campus.
The LAN solution is designed for multi-user multiple input/multiple output (MU-MIMO) technology, providing increased network capacity and boosting network efficiency.
ALE EVP networks business, Stephane Robineau, said many networks today were not ready to support the increased adoption of mobile devices over the past couple of years.
“Our new OmniAccess 320 Access Point is an ideal solution for environments where a majority of communications activities are happening over the wireless network, such as with mobile enterprises and higher education campuses, where we will be seeing the proliferation by early adopters of Wave2 mobile technology for texting, streaming videos, accessing the Internet, collaborating or using apps or learning and business,” he said.
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