Mojo Networks Unveils New Wi-Fi Packages and 802.11ac Wave 2 Access Points
SAN FRANCISCO, CA: Mojo Networks, a provider of enterprise Wi-Fi networks, rolls out new managed Wi-Fi packages with cloud solutions for Wi-Fi access and new release of 802.11 Wave 2 access points designed using Qualcomm VIVE solutions.
The increase in cloud subscription economy has escalated the shift in the WLAN business to Cloud managed Wi-Fi, offering a cost effective solution for the industry. Mojo’s cloud managed Wi-Fi is designed to handle many daily tasks to keep networks running without the need of manual efforts. It streamlines the process of troubleshooting by visualizing status of their network.
"We have our Fortune 500 customers and technology leaders telling us that they want their wireless networks to be managed from the cloud, and they are looking beyond simple hardware considerations when choosing a vendor. We are an established player born and raised in the cloud, and we have the DNA to make a major impact on how the world deploys and manages Wi-Fi," says Rick Wilmer, CEO, Mojo Networks.
Mojo offers two new cloud managed Wi-Fi packages namely Enterprise and Enterprise Elite. The Enterprise package consists of Wi-Fi access without any controller or supplemental costs with feature and security upgrades. With Mojo’s WIPS (wireless intrusion prevention system) solution, the package is shielded with automated event alerting and classification rules. The second package, Enterprise Elite includes built in functionality to engage and deliver enhanced services to Wi-Fi users adding to the access and security features offered in the Enterprise package.
In conjunction with the cloud managed Wi-Fi packages, Mojo Networks releases 802.11ac Wave 2 access point in Q2 2016 leveraging Qualcomm’s VIVE solution to boost performance. With increased capacity and user speeds, 802.11ac Wave 2 will support distributed enterprises and large merchandise retailers. It uses Qualcomm MU|EFX MU-MIMO technology that helps in distributing bandwidth efficiently to increase the speed of network and improve user throughput.
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