The Extricom WLAN eliminates complex cell-planning, making installation much easier. Its easy to use management interface also simplifies system setup and maintenance.
Superior Wireless Connectivity.
The Extricom switch receives multiple copies of each client transmission and chooses the best AP to transmit the reply, making the system highly resilient to RF interference and ensuring the highest possible throughput.
Client devices move anywhere within the Extricom Channel Blanket without experiencing inter-AP handoffs, re-authentication or latency, enabling no-handoff mobility for enterprise wireless LANs.
Designed for 802.11n.
The 802.11n compliant MultiSeries 500 delivers a smooth migration to 802.11n for enterprises. The Extricom Channel Blanket architecture is a perfect match for the unpredictable coverage patterns of 802.11n APs. In an Extricom system, overlapping coverage from adjacent UltraThin APs is not a problem.
Extricom switches coordinate media access for all of the connected APs and eliminate co-channel interference, which leads to higher performance and more stable operation under heavy load.
The Extricom WLAN switch supplies power for all the connected Extricom UltraThin APs through built-in PoE, eliminating the need for AC power at the APs. The MultiSeries 500 supports up to eight Extricom UltraThin APs.
Extricom’s multi-layer, multi-channel architecture with overlapping Channel Blankets provides physical segregation of wireless clients and applications. Voice clients can be isolated on one channel, data clients on another, and legacy 802.11a/b/g clients can be separated from newer 802.11n clients. This flexible approach translates into much higher throughput, more stable and predictable wireless LAN performance and the ability to offer service level guarantees.