Cambium Networks Launches Cloud-Managed Enterprise Class Outdoor Wi-Fi Access Point

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Cambium Networks Launches Cloud-Managed Enterprise Class Outdoor Wi-Fi Access Point Image Credit: Cambium Networks

Cambium Networks announced the new cnPilot e700, a cloud-managed enterprise class outdoor Wi-Fi Access Point.

With an IP67-rated enclosure, supporting the 802.11ac Wave 2 standard, the access point is ideal for providing connectivity at hotels, schools, enterprise and industrial campuses where client capacity and network performance are of paramount importance.

The cnPilot e700 features include:

 - 8 dBi high-gain omnidirectional antenna at 2.4 and 5 GHz

 - 11ac wave 2 standard based beam forming on 5 GHz

 - 4×4 MU-MIMO antenna on 5 GHz - 2×2 MIMO antenna on 2.4 GHz

 - EIRP: 33 dBm (2.4 GHz) and 36 dBm (5 GHz)

 - 512 clients, 16 SSIDs - IP67 rated rugged enclosure

The e700 complements the e410 and e600 indoor 802.11ac Wave 2 Wi-Fi access points, allowing network operators to deploy seamless indoor and outdoor coverage on their campuses, and enhancing the power of their users to communicate efficiently and effectively – wherever they might be working.

Daryl Schoolar, Practice Leader, Ovum
High capacity outdoor Wi-Fi deployments must withstand challenging outdoor environments, such as high winds, rain, extreme temperature ranges and blowing sand to prevent internal damage while also being able to support extensive network demands.

Rad Sethuraman, VP of Product Line Management, Cambium Networks
The cnPilot e700 is a cloud-managed AP that uses beamforming in both the uplink and downlink to deliver high performance in environments with high RF interference. 

Ray is a news editor at The Fast Mode, bringing with him more than 10 years of experience in the wireless industry.

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