TP-Link unveils indoor WiFi access points

Networking vendor takes aim at small offices, restaurants, school campuses and hotels

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TP-Link unveils indoor WiFi access points The CAP series has been designed to compact and versatile to simplify installation.
By  ITP.net Staff Writer Published  October 20, 2016

TP-Link, a provider of consumer and business networking products, has introduced a new indoor business WiFi solution at GITEX Technology Week. The Auranet CAP series, is intended for SMB environments such as offices, restaurants, campuses and hotels.

Following the acclaimed EAP series, the Auranet CAP brings added security and deployment capabilities to business networks.

The Auranet CAP series access points feature a ceiling lamp appearance and easy mounting design with chassis for easy wall or ceiling installation, blending seamlessly with most interior decorations. To add the convenience, CAP series access points support power over Ethernet to make deployment effortless and flexible. Working with the CAP series access points, the wireless controller AC500 is also made for easy installation, with a rack-mountable design that fits in a standard 19-inch rack with alongside all network switches.

The inclusion of TP-Link's powerful Auranet wireless controller means that administrators are able to deliver high-end wireless control over their WiFi coverage, with no extra cost, while maintaining top-level security and stability.

"One of the main considerations for effective workplace networks is placement and flexibility" said Andy Chen, director of International Business at TP-Link. "The CAP series was designed to be as compact and as versatile as possible to simplify installation and maximise coverage, benefits that every business needs to thrive."

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