Top 8 Wireless WAN
Ubiquiti WirelessRuckus Wireless WANCisco Wireless WANCambium Networks Wireless WANAruba Networks Wireless WANHPE Wireless WANAlcatel-Lucent TeldatFortinet FortiExtender
Easy to set up and maintain and simple to configure.
It is very stable and the equipment lasts quite a long time.
We use things like VLAN and all the multibeam features that are built in, but at the end of the day, the most important thing for us is to get a good signal and site-wide coverage.
Cisco Wireless WAN's best features are simple management, the cloud base, dashboards, and reliability.
It's a small feature, but Cisco allows me to see access points with blinking lights. This shows me which access point is which.
The most valuable features of Cambium Networks Wireless WAN are cloud management and links.
The initial setup of Cambium is straightforward.
An engineer with enough experience can tune the network however they want. It's crucial. It's good to customize our information security how we like it and configure the solution to achieve the level of stability we need.
Setting up the solution initially is very easy.
HPE Wireless is easy to use. Integration is not an issue. It is easy to integrate HPE Wireless with any operating system and other brands of switches.
The stability is excellent.
When you go on the website, everything is clear and you don't have to ask questions.
You don't need to have two different vendors to interoperate and get into comparability issues or inter-operability issues.
Management can be carried out from a central point.