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Wireless Controller

Barcode Giant has a diverse offering of wireless controllers that offer a scalable, secure and centrally managed wireless network for a small office all the way up to multi-site branch organizations. Our wireless controllers are able to support the deployment of a few access points to thousands at a time. Contact one of our wireless experts to find the right solution for you!

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  1. Aruba 7200 Series Mobility Controllers

    Optimized for 802.11ac, the 7200 series features a central processor with eight CPU cores to support over 32,000 devices and stateful firewall policy enforcement at 40 Gbps. New levels of visibility offered by AppRF technology allow IT to see applications by user, prioritize them, and control access based on policies. It also manages authentication, encryption, VPNs, IPv4/IPv6 services, the Policy Enforcement Firewall, Adaptive Radio Management, and RFProtect spectrum analysis and wireless intrusion protection.
  2. Motorola RFS4000 Wireless Controller

    The Motorola RFS4000 offers multiple features that ensure reliability and survivability of branch networking services in virtually any situation. The RFS4000 protects against access point and mesh node failure with SMART RF, a feature that keeps users on-Net with automatic optimization and healing. Motorola's patent pending clustering mechanism protects against wireless switch failure and offers Active/Active or Active/Standby controller redundancy options. In the event of a WAN outage, a redundant 3G ExpressCard guarantees Internet services by providing WAN backhaul options. With the Integrated Dual Radio Dual band form factor, the RFS4000 is the only Services Controller in the Industry that offers concurrent access in the 2.4 and 5 GHz bands, with mesh capabilities in a multi-cell environment.
  3. Ruckus ZoneDirector 1200 Wireless Controller

    The Ruckus Wireless ZoneDirector 1200 is Ruckus" centrally managed Smart Wireless LAN (WLAN) system developed specifically for small-to-medium enterprises (SMEs). With simplicity and ease of use in mind, the Ruckus ZoneDirector 1200 is purpose-built to address the gap between standalone, feature-deficient access points (APs) that must be individually managed and the costly, complex highend enterprise systems that are overkill for most small business environments.
  4. Zebra NX 7510E Wireless Controller

    The NX 7510E features a state-of-the-art user interface that allows the administrator to set up sites quickly "" an intuitive auto-provisioning policy supports trouble-free deployment at multiple sites. Once deployed, built-in analytics present information about access points, radios, wireless LAN and all the connected devices. Administrators will see all network activity in an easy-to-understand display to simplify network management.
  5. Cisco Meraki MX80 Wireless Controller

    Cisco Meraki MX80 Security Appliances is ideal for organizations with large numbers of distributed sites. Since the MX is 100% cloud managed, installation and remote management is simple.
  6. Cisco Meraki MX400 Wireless Controller

    Cisco Meraki MX400 Security Appliances is ideal for organizations with large numbers of distributed sites
  7. Zebra NX 5500 Wireless Controller

    With the NX 5500, all network infrastructure is empowered with the intelligence to make the best routing decisions. Users get maximum speed and throughput: the congestion and latency associated with routing traffic through a centralized controller is eliminated.
  8. Zebra NX 7500 Wireless Controller

    Designed with mid-sized enterprises and the various needs of campus environments in mind, the NX 7500 can manage up to 2,048 network elements through a single pane of glass. You have flexibility to grow with the convenient option to upgrade to 20G of data plane (field upgradable 10G modules), a redundant power supply, and optional RAID-1 storage making the network easier to manage long-term.
  9. Extreme Networks NX 5500E Wireless Controller

    The Extreme Wireless WiNG Express NX 5500E makes cost-effective, high- performance, enterprise-grade wireless networking a reality for your growing business and operations. Now, you can give your workers and customers the reliable wireless connectivity they need to maximize productivity and deliver best-in-class service to each and every customer. The result? Real competitive advantage.
  10. Extreme Networks VX 9000

    Not only is the VX 9000 easy to deploy, it also brings a new level of ease to WLAN deployment. The VX 9000 supports virtually any server and all of the leading, commercially available Hypervisors for fast and seamless integration into your existing network infrastructure - without adding any new hardware. In addition, you can run multiple instances of the VX 9000 on a single server, substantially reducing cost, space,and power requirements in the network operations center (NOC). With the ability to run in a private or public cloud, you have the freedom to choose the model that works best for your business - install on your own servers in your NOC or lease a server in the public cloud. And with built-in hierarchical management, equipment discovery and configuration is automated, bringing true plug-and-play simplicity to WLAN deployment.

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