Cisco offers a comprehensive catalog of wireless networking devices and technologies intended to enable anywhere, anytime access to data and resources and to promote teamwork among employees, associates, vendors, and customers. Cisco's wireless products include Cisco's Small Business, Aironet and Meraki lines of access points, plus Cisco's Wireless LAN Controller modules and appliances. Progent's certified wireless consultants can enable organizations of any size to deploy Cisco wireless products to accommodate the current model of BYOD networks by integrating their tethered and untethered ecosystems to achieve easy deployment, consistent and fast throughput, single-point control, uniform policy enforcement, high availability, and advanced security.

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Cisco's Converged Technology for BYOD and Wired/Wireless Connectivity

The Cisco Unified Wireless solution can scale to up to 18,000 APs with Layer 3 mobility across central or offsite venues such as enterprise campuses, college auditoriums, branches, and home offices. Cisco's 802.11x access points and controllers are components of Cisco's Unified Wireless Network and are engineered to support the identical degree of security, performance, and manageability for WLANs that businesses expect in their wired networks. Cisco's technology includes integrated mobility services such as Voice over IP, IP video, and safe guest connectivity. Cisco's Unified Wireless Network solution enables companies to build wireless ecosystems that improve the way they work and enhance productivity via a mobile and connected employee base.

Progent's Cisco CCIE network infrastructure consultants can provide remote or on-premises expertise to assist you to plan, configure, manage, expand, and repair converged wired/wireless networks of any size and for any environment. In addition, Progent offers affordable remote and onsite wireless site surveys to help you to plan and install a wireless LAN with custom-designed access point clustering optimized for your individual office layout, building structure, and intended application.

Cisco Small Business, Aironet, Meraki and Catalyst Wireless Access Points
Cisco Aironet, Meraki and Catalyst Wireless Access Points (APs) Support ServicesCisco's Small Business, Aironet, Meraki and Catalyst lines of access points enable organizations to integrate wired/wireless networks to deliver the accessibility, capacity, performance, security and ease of management needed to support virtually any scenario. These access points start at bare bones, single-band 802.11b/g/n devices with throughput of 300 Mb designed for small companies or telecommuters to 802.11ax wireless access points capable of handling hundreds of wireless clients per access point and offering throughput in excess of 5 Gb. Cisco's latest line of wireless access points can be clustered to deliver the scale to support sites crowded with clients and with a high incidence of HD video applications.

Cisco Small Business Series of Access Points
Cisco Small Business Access Points Online SupportCisco's Small Business Series of wireless access points are Linux-powered units designed as value-priced wireless APs for light workloads. Most versions in Cisco's Small Business family of access points work with Cisco's Single Point Setup system, which makes it possible to configure, control and repair a group of access points from one device via an intuitive browser-based interface. All of the models include Power over Ethernet and feature Quality of Service (QoS), rogue access point detection, and bridging for wirelessly connecting to another network.

The Cisco Small Business WAP121 Access Point is a wallmount, single-band 2.4GHz device able to support 16 802.11b/g/n clients, has a Fast Ethernet interface, allows up to 4 access pointss and 40 wireless clients per cluster, and can handle sustained throughput of up to 300 Mbps. The Cisco Small Business WAP131 is a desktop dual-band 2.4/5 GHz 802.11n wireless access point that can handle 16 active wireless clients per radio for up to 32 wireless clients, includes a GE LAN interface, and delivers sustained data rates of up to 300 Mbps per radio. The WAP131 Wireless-N does not allow AP clustering. Cisco's WAP150 is a general-purpose Wave 1 dual-radio 802.11ac/n AP that features a 1xGE Power over Ethernet (PoE) port and can support 16 clients from each radio with 867 Mbps performance for AC devices and 300 Mbps for 802.11n devices. The Cisco Small Business WAP150 supports 4 APs for each cluster.

The Cisco Small Business WAP321 Access Point is a wallmount selectable-band (either 2.4 GHz or 5 GHz) 802.11n device with support for 80 wireless clients sharing an 8-AP cluster. The Cisco WAP321 features a Gigabit Ethernet port and can deliver sustained throughput of 300 Mbps for the activated radio. The Cisco WAP351 is a dual-radio 2.4/5 GHz 802.11n access point that includes a 5-port Gigabit Ethernet interface and can handle 32 wireless clients per radio for a total of up to 64 clients, and deliver sustained throughput of 300 Mbps for each radio. The WAP351 does not support clustering. Cisco's WAP361 is a dual-band 2.4/5 GHz 802.11ac Wave 1 wireless access point that features a 5 x Gb Ethernet switch, can support 32 active WLAN clients per radio, and offers 867 Mbps throughput for wireless AC clients and 300 Mbps for 802.11n devices. The Cisco Small Business WAP361 supports 8 WAP361 access points per cluster. Cisco's wallmount WAP371 Wireless-AC/N is a dual-band AP that works with 802.11a/b/g/n as well as the latest 802.11ac IEEE Wi-Fi specification. The WAP371 Wireless-AC/N has a GE port, can support 32 wireless clients per radio, and 8 access points per cluster.

The Cisco Small Business WAP561 Wireless-N Dual Radio access point includes one 10/100/1000 Ethernet port and two concurrent radios that offer 450 Mbps performance per radio, support 64 devices for each radio, and allow up to 16 access points per cluster. Cisco's WAP551 is similar to Cisco's WAP 561 but has a single radio selectable band (2.4 or 5.0 GHz). Cisco's WAP571 and WAP571E (a weather-proof outdoor version) are dual-radio 802.11ac Wave 1 access points incorporating 2 x GE LAN interfaces with link aggregation (LAG), 3x3 MIMO, and up to 1.9 Gigabit/sec performance with 1300 Mbps over 11ac and 600 Mbps over 11n. Both devices support 32 active WAN clients on each radio and 16 access points on each cluster.

Cisco Small Business WAP581 Wireless Access Points ConsultingCisco Small Business WAP581 Wireless Access Points ConsultingThe Cisco WAP581 Wireless-AC Wave 2 AP complies with the 802.11ac Wi-Fi 5 standard and features 4x4 and 3x3 MU-MIMO technology to provide 2.8 Gbps data rates on the 5.0-Ghz radio and 0.6 Gbps on the 2.4-GHz radio for an aggregate max throughput of 2.4 Gbps. The Small Business WAP581 has a fixed 2.5G Ethernet LAN interface and a 10/100/1000 Ethernet port with 802.3at Power over Ethernet. Cisco's WAP581 Wave 2 Wi-Fi 5 AP supports as many as 200 connective users, up to 50 active client users for each radio, 16 access points per cluster, and 960 active users per cluster.

For details about Progent's support for both current and older Cisco Small Business 100, 300 and 500 series of wireless access points, refer to Cisco Small Business WiFi APs configuration and troubleshooting.

Cisco's Aironet Family of Wireless Access Points
Cisco Aironet Access Point Consulting ServicesCisco Meraki Access Points Consulting and TroubleshootingCisco's Aironet line of wireless access points has consistently been the market leading AP product. Aironet wireless access points range from entry-level devices to advanced APs. Cisco's Aironet family span several generations of models compliant with the continually improving 802.11x Wi-Fi standard. Cisco's current line of Aironet wireless access points support Cisco's Unified Wireless Network software and include 802.11ac support, which delivers three times the speed plus superior distance and user density in comparison to the previous generation of devices. The current multi-frequency Aironet access points can handle 802.11n at 2.4 GHz for client devices that do not have 802.11ac capability.

The earliest Aironet APs are now outdated units that have come to end-of-life status and are no longer fully supported by Cisco. Progent continues to support the complete Aironet line of wireless access points and can help your company to maintain your existing Aironet wireless environment or move efficiently to current Aironet technology. To find out more about Progent's support for current and legacy Cisco Aironet access points, see Cisco Aironet wireless access points consulting.

Meraki Wireless Access Points
Meraki Wireless AP ConsultingMeraki Wireless AP Configuration ConsultantsCisco's portfolio of Meraki dual-band 2.4/5 GHz indoor APs include value-priced models for small businesses to advanced units that offer up to 5.9 Gigabit per second performance. Every Cisco Meraki indoor AP offers high-end capabilities like self-configuring plug-and-play installation, in-depth security, Bring-Your-Own-Device support, extensive traffic analysis, zero-touch web-based updates, and centralized cloud-based management for multiple sites. Each Cisco Meraki indoor access point also includes two high-power radios with enhanced receive sensitivity as well as a dedicated radio that provides (WIDS/WIPS) security for RF analysis and deep packet inspection at line rate.

Meraki outdoor access points are IP67 certified, built to operate in rugged outdoor environments, and able to resist dust particles, shock and moisture. Meraki outdoor APs include a Gigabit Ethernet port and offer advanced capabilities that include cloud-based management with network-wide control, 802.1X integration, built-in antivirus scan, 1-click secure guest access and isolation firewall, application-aware traffic shaping, plus self-configuring mesh with beamforming. For details about Progent's consulting services for Meraki access points and management, refer to Meraki access points consulting services.

Cisco's Catalyst 9100 Series Wi-Fi 6 and W-Fi 6E Access Points
Cisco Catalyst Access Points Solutions Planning and ConfigurationCatalyst APs SolutionsCisco's Catalyst 9100 Series Wi-Fi 6 and 6E 802.11ax access points are intended for deployments ranging from telecommuter homes to high-density enterprise campuses. Catalyst 9100 access points are compliant with the 802.11ax standard, known as Wi-Fi 6, which is an evolution of the previous 802.11ac (Wi-Fi 5) standard. As an improvement to 802.11ac, Wi-Fi 6 is designed to utilize both the 2.4-Ghz and 5-GHz radio bands. Important technologies supported by Catalyst 9100 Series access points include MU-MIMO support for uplink traffic, dual NAVs for improved reliability, Target Wake Time for reduced power consumption in battery-powered endpoints, adaptive power thresholds for better spectrum utilization, and dynamic fragmentation for reduced overhead. Catalyst 9100 wireless access points support Cisco's EWC, accommodate as many as 400 clients per Wi-Fi radio, and run on Cisco IOS XE Software.

Cisco Catalyst 9166 Wi-Fi 6E Access Point ConsultantsCisco's Catalyst 9160 Series Wi-Fi 6E access points are the first Cisco access points with the option of being managed either on-prem via Cisco DNA Center platform or through the cloud using Meraki management tools. This enables organizations to move to cloud-centric or hybrid management environments on their own timetable. All Cisco's Catalyst 916x APs comply with the a/b/g/n/ac/ax and 6E wireless specifications and fully support the 6-GHz band. Each AP has 5 radios and supports up to 400 clients per radio. Every AP also contains a dedicated radio for Cisco CleanAir Pro for reducing interference, comes with a USB 2.0 port, and supports Bluetooth Low Energy. The small-footprint Catalyst 9162 Series AP is designed for small organizations, incorporates three 2x2 radios, and provides 1x 100M/1000M/2.5G mGig Ethernet support.

Cisco Catalyst APs ExpertsThe Catalyst 9163E Wi-Fi 6E access point is built for tough outdoor venues such as campus environments or municipal Wi-Fi. The 9163E comes with three client serving 2x2 radios, an IoT radio, and a tri-band scanning radio. Interfaces include 1x 100M/1000M/2.5G mGig Ethernet (RJ-45), a management console port (RJ-45), 4x N-Type Wi-Fi antenna connectors, and a GPS/GNSS antenna connector. The AP works with Omnidirectional Dipole Self-Identifying Antennas. The Catalyst 9164 Series access point is suited for small and middle-size enterprises, has one 2x2 radio and two 4x4 radios, and provides 1x 100M/1000M/2.5G mGig Ethernet support. The Catalyst 9166 Series AP is meant for large and mid-sized enterprises, includes three 4x4 radios, and features 1x 100M/1000M/2.5G/5G mGig Ethernet connectivity. The 9166 also comes with environmental sensors to detect air quality, temperature, and humidity. For details about Progent's support for Catalyst 9100 Series Wireless APs, see 802.11ax access points solution planning, deployment, and troubleshooting services.

Cisco 9800 Series Wi-Fi 6 Wireless Controllers
Catalyst 9800-L 802.11ax Wi-Fi 6 Wireless Controller ConsultantsCatalyst 9800 line of Wi-Fi 6-compatible wireless controller appliances help you manage modern wireless environments that support 802.11ax APs. The 802.11ax standard, referred to as Wi-Fi 6, builds on previous generation 802.11ac (called Wi-Fi 5) appliances by delivering less latency and more reliable performance, supporting higher client user density, providing greater protection, saving energy for battery-powered handheld devices, and offering more flexibility for supporting the latest types of Internet-of-Things (IoT) endpoints. Catalyst 9800 line Wi-Fi controllers include always-on availability with seamless software updates, live fixes, and the ability to add Wi-Fi access points without downtime. Advanced cybersecurity features include Encrypted Traffic Analytics (ETA), secure boot, and Software-Defined Access (SD-Access). Streaming telemetry permits you to monitor and analyze infrastructure and client health.

All appliances in the Catalyst 9800 family are powered by Cisco's IOS XE Software and work with Cisco's DNA Center (DNAC) or Prime Infrastructure management tools. Cisco's Catalyst 9800 wireless LAN controllers can manage Cisco Aironet 802.11ac Wave 1 and Wave 2 access points as well as Cisco Catalyst 9100 Series Wi-Fi 6 Wi-Fi access points. To learn more about Progent's support for Cisco 9800 line of Wi-Fi 6 Wireless Controllers, refer to Cisco Catalyst 9800 Series Wi-Fi 6 wireless controller appliances system design, configuration, and debugging services.

Cisco Wave 2 Wireless LAN Controllers
Cisco Wave 2 wireless controllers allow realtime data exchange, deployment, control, analysis and troubleshooting for Cisco Wi-Fi devices and software services. Cisco has developed both hardware and virtual wireless controllers for unified administration of wireless environments, but systems with many Wi-Fi APs are better served by physical Wi-Fi controllers. Wave 2 wireless controller devices from Cisco offer major benefits in comparison to Wave 1 and older models such as greater performance, simultaneous support for both 1G and 10G Ethernet, improved application visibility and control, and hardened, built-in security.

Cisco 3504 Wi-Fi Controller Configuration ConsultantsCisco's 3504 Wireless Controller is an entry-level appliance available in a desktop form factor and intended for small and medium-sized businesses. You can use the 3504 model in a centralized network environment such as in lean branch and remote offices administered over the wide-area network via FlexConnect, or in bridge deployments where wiring is sparse. The 3504 wireless controller can handle up to 150 APs and 3,000 client users, offers 4 Gbps throughput, and supports 4,096 VLANs. Cisco's 3504 WiFi controller features a multi-gigabit Ethernet port and four 1-Gigabit Ethernet ports. APs can be attached to the WiFi controller through two Power over Ethernet ports. The 3504 Wi-Fi controller features fast failover for APs and clients, which allows high availability for apps. Like other Wave 2 Wi-Fi controllers available from Cisco, the 3504 model has the integrated ability to work with Cisco Prime Infrastructure, Cisco Mobility Services, and Cisco 5520 and 8540 WLAN controllers.

Cisco 5520 Wireless Controller Setup and Troubleshooting ConsultingCisco's 5520 Wireless Controller, available in a 1RU enclosure, is intended to support larger organizations and campus networks and can be run in centralized, distributed, and mesh deployments. The 5520 Wi-Fi controller supports as many as 1,500 APs and 20,000 users, offers 20 Gbps performance, and supports 4,096 VLANs. The 5520 wireless controller features two 10 GE interfaces and features SSD storage, backup fans, optional backup power supplies, and rapid failover for uninterrupted availability.

Cisco 8540 Wireless Controller Setup and Troubleshooting ConsultantsCisco's 8540 Wireless Controller, offered in a 2 rack unit (RU) form factor, is a high-end wireless controller designed to support enterprises, service providers, and large campuses. The 8540 Wireless controller can be used in centralized, distributed, and mesh deployments and can handle as many as 6,000 wireless APs and 64,000 clients. The 8540 WiFi controller offers data rates up to 40 Gbps and supports 4,096 VLANs. The 8340 comes with four 1-GB or 10GE interfaces and features SSD storage, backup power supplies, redundant fans, and subsecond failover.

Wave 1 Cisco Wireless Network Controllers
Wireless LAN Controllers ConsultantsCisco wireless network controllers cut the effort and expense needed to deploy, manage, and operate Wi-Fi networks by centralizing control of critical functions like setting up APs, enforcing single-point policies throughout wired/wireless LANs, supporting enterprise-wide QoS for IP voice and video, tracking and optimizing system health, activating wireless intrusion prevention system (wIPS) capabilities to defend against unauthorized access and Distributed Denial of Service threats, and managing IPv6 and dual-stack clients. Cisco has designed wireless network controllers for organizations of all sizes and can provide standalone desktop appliances, modular plug-in controllers for Cisco routers and switches, and Catalyst switches with built-in wireless controllers.

Cisco Wireless LAN Controller Module Online Consulting ServicesCisco's Wave 1 WiFi controllers include Cisco CleanAir technology to avoid signal interference and create self-healing and self-optimizing wireless networks for maximum 802.11n and 802.11ac throughput and protection. Built-in Bonjour Gateways permit discovery and policy throughout WLAN, LAN and WAN for Apple-based applications. For high availability, Cisco wireless LAN controllers support access point and client stateful failover by enabling a standby high-availability controller to synch with a primary controller for AP license count, CAPWAP keys, and AP CAPWAP state. In case the main wireless controller stops working, thousands of APs and clients can failover at subsecond speeds to the backup wireless network controller.

Cisco's Wireless Module for ISR G2 Routers with UCS-E offers entry-level 802.11n and 802.11ac support for Cisco 2900 and 3900 routers used by smaller organizations and branches. This value-priced and scalable module can handle from five to 200 access points and up to 6000 wireless clients. (To learn about Progent's remote and on-premises consulting and troubleshooting support services for Cisco routers, refer to Cisco router configuration and management consulting.)

Cisco Catalyst 3650 Series are 1RU form-factor switches intended for SMBs and satellite offices and features an integrated wireless controller with the ability to handle up to 40 Gb of wireless throughput for each switch and 25 wireless access points and 1000 wireless clients per switch. Catalyst 3850 Series are 1RU rackmount switches intended for midsize and large organizations and feature a built-in wireless network controller with up to 40 Gb of wireless throughput on each switch and the ability to handle up to 50 wireless access points and up to 2000 clients. The Wireless Services Module2 (WiSM2) is an add-in blade for Cisco Catalyst 6500 Series switches that include an integrated wireless LAN controller intended for mid-to-large size businesses and able to deliver 20 Gbps throughput and with support for up to 1000 APs and 15,000 wireless clients. (To learn concerning Progent's online and onsite consulting support for Cisco switches, refer to Cisco Catalyst switches configuration and management support.)

Cisco 2500 Wireless Controllers are economical desktop units that simplify the deployment and management of Wi-Fi networks for small to medium-sized enterprises and branches. The Cisco 2500 Series wireless controller supports from five to 75 APs and up to 1000 clients and can deliver sustained data rates of 1 Gbps.

Cisco Wireless Controllers Consulting and TroubleshootingCisco's 5500 Series Wireless Controller is a scalable 1RU unit intended for medium-sized to large organizations and campuses and can support up to 500 access points and 7,000 wireless clients while delivering 8 Gbps performance. The Cisco 5760 Wireless Controller is a 1RU appliance intended for mid-to-large campuses with the ability to manage up to 1000 access points and 12,000 wireless clients and providing performance of 60 Gbps to handle high client densities and high amounts of media-rich applications.

The Cisco Flex 7500 Series Wireless Controller is intended to enable centralized management of massive collections of wireless remote sites from a single datacenter, eliminating the requirement for a Wi-Fi controller at each branch. The 1RU rackmount Flex 7500 appliance lets you build a private cloud to configure, track, manage, and repair as many as 6000 access points and 64,000 clients while handling 1 Gbps throughput. The Cisco 8500 Series Wireless Controller is a 1RU rackmount device designed to monitor and manage wireless environments for large campuses or for service providers and can scale to handle up to 6000 wireless points and up to 64,000 wireless clients while offering 10 Gbps performance.

To learn more about Cisco WiFi controllers, visit Cisco wireless controllers consulting services.

Legacy Cisco APs, Bridges and Wireless Controllers Supported by Progent
The IEEE 802.11ac standard for wireless connectivity virtually rendered obsolete the earlier releases of Wi-Fi devices for many venues that support high numbers of clients and high usage of video-intensive applications. Even for organizations who do not need the bandwidth efficiency of 802.11ac, many of Cisco wireless devices have arrived at end-of-sale or end-of-support status, which can represent significant maintenance and compliance problems. Progent's Cisco-certified consulting experts offer remote and onsite support for a broad range of older-generation Cisco wireless products. Progent can in addition assist companies to evaluate the potential ROI for upgrading up-of-date wireless infrastructure and can help in planning and carrying out cost-effective, seamless migrations. The following are a sample of Cisco older-generation Wi-Fi products that Progent's consultants still support.

Legacy Cisco Aironet Access Points
Aironet 1000/1130AG Series APs are designed for offices and other venues which have minimal environmental instability. These devices have integrated antennas that provide dependable radio range patterns. The 1130G Series access point is designed for regulated domains that do not allow 5GHz transmission.

Aironet 1230AG/1240AG Series access points are designed for more challenging radio frequency environments such as factories and warehouses or above suspended ceilings which often call for flexible external antennas and ruggedized cases. The 1240G Series access point is intended for controlled locations that do not permit 5GHz transmission.

Cisco Aironet 1500 Series lightweight outside wireless mesh access points offer an affordable, scalable, protected outdoor Wi-Fi mechanism for campus areas and for public sites that need connectivity for mobile phones or computers.

Legacy Cisco Aironet Wireless LAN Bridges
Cisco Aironet Wireless Bridges Consulting ServicesCisco wireless bridges provide a high-throughput and multi-featured technology for connecting numerous LANs in a metropolitan area or public wireless environment. Cisco wireless LAN bridges provide a versatile, easy-to-use solution that meets the security requirements of wide-area networking professionals. They support both PTP and point-to-multipoint deployments with good range and support for data rates as high as 54 Mbps.

Cisco Aironet wireless bridges offer data rates several times higher than E1/T1 links for much lower expense, erasing the requirement for expensive leased lines when linking separate buildings. Because bridges carry no ongoing costs, the expenses saved on connection bills rapidly cover the startup equipment costs. Self-installed private lines and in some cases leased lines made of metal or fiber-optic cable often result in high initial expenses when they are impeded by barriers like highways, railroads, or lakes and rivers. Cisco Aironet wireless LAN bridges can be deployed rapidly with a fast return on investment.

Cisco 1300 outdoor wireless access points/bridges can be deployed as stand-alone wireless access points, wireless bridges, or wireless group bridges. These products have a tough cover and offer high-speed, cost-effective wireless interfaces between multiple fixed or mobile networks and users.

Cisco Aironet 1400 wireless bridges offer fast, dependable outside wireless bridging for line-of-sight applications. These devices include an all-weather cover that can withstand severe outside environments and function within broad temperature ranges.

Legacy Cisco WLAN Controllers
Cisco Wireless Network Controllers Consulting ServicesCisco Wireless Network Controllers centralize the management of WLANs by simplifying the handling of common technologies including integrated intrusion prevention system (IPS), real-time RF control, zero touch deployment, and N+1 redundancy. Cisco Wireless controllers operate with lightweight APs to deliver superior throughput and advanced administration functions.

Cisco Wireless LAN Controllers provide the control, expandability, security, and resilience that IT managers require to create safe, large-scale wireless environments, from satellite locations to small companies to headquarter campuses. Cisco's first-generation WLCs can be clustered to provide support for up to 2400 access points per roaming domain.

The Cisco WLCM or WLCM-E Module for Integrated Services Routers offers small-to medium businesses (SMBs) and large corporations an economical way to implement and manage protected WLANs at satellite offices. These devices supervise as many as twelve Aironet wireless access points and are installable in 2800/3800 Integrated Services Routers and 3700 Series Integrated Services Routers. (To find out concerning Progent's online and on-premises consulting support for Cisco routers, refer to Cisco router deployment and management consulting.)

How Progent's Engineers Can Help Your Company with Cisco Wireless Devices
Progent can provide a Cisco-certified consulting professional to assist your business to design, deploy, manage and troubleshoot a converged wired/wireless environment incorporating a broad array of wireless products that provide the identical protection, expandability, and manageability you demand from your wired environment. Progent can assist you to manage legacy Wi-Fi solutions from Cisco or upgrade seamlessly to current 802.11ax-compatible products. Progent's CISM, CISSP, and ISSAP security specialists can show you how to design security into your wireless network and into your company's operations. Progent's disaster recovery planning consultants and business continuity planning consultants can help you to configure the high availability features built into Cisco's wired/wireless technologies so your converged network delivers non-stop return on investment.

Progent's Wi-Fi Site Survey helps you to plan and deploy a robust wireless network customized for your environment, providing a wireless ecosystem that delivers comprehensive coverage, high performance and density, Quality of Service features to handle IP video, advanced security, and streamlined management. Progent's Wireless Site Survey can be delivered remotely to reduce time and expense, or onsite to deal with more challenging situations.

For a further discussion of Progent's wireless integration capabilities, visit Progent's Wireless Network Help.

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