Zebra Technologies launches new enterprise access points

Vendor’s AP8432 and AP8533 enterprise-class access points offer greater network support for mobile devices

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Zebra Technologies launches new enterprise access points The new enterprise-class AP8432 and AP8533 access points deliver actionable insights and secure connections in a cost-effective way.
By  Manda Banda Published  July 20, 2016

Zebra Technologies Corporation has introduced two new access points (APs) offering greater network performance, stronger customer engagement and Internet of Things (IoT) support for organisations in retail, hospitality, healthcare, transportation and logistics, and manufacturing.

By embedding dedicated sensors that collect data across the entire expanse of the network, the new enterprise-class AP8432 and AP8533 access points offer "visibility that's visionary" delivering actionable insights and secure connections in a cost-effective way.

Imran Akbar, vice president and general manager, Enterprise Networks and Communications at Zebra Technologies, said: "Networks are facing constantly increasing demand to support more mobile devices and applications. At the same time, businesses are looking for technology solutions that can bring them closer to their customers and personalise experiences while keeping information and data secure from existing and emerging threat vectors."

Akbar said Zebra's new 802.11ac Wave 2 access points do all of this while reducing costs and complexity for customers.

According to Zebra, the 802.11ac Wave 2 access points can deliver a dramatically higher density network with the sensors needed to measure, monitor and secure each connection.

The AP8432 and AP8533 includes Zebra's triple sensor technology, which can automatically ward off RF interference and security risks, push relevant contextual offers and services to consumers and provide strategic-shaping analytics.

Zebra support services are available to ensure every phase of the WLAN lifecycle is optimised from planning and implementation to post-deployment.

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