Pakedge to Debut C36 Wireless Access Point Controller at CEDIA 2013

pakedge-c36-0913This week at CEDIA, Pakedge Device & Software will introduce its C36 macrocell wireless access point (WAP) controller, which the company claims will make it easier to configure and manage every WAP in a large wireless network by using automated, “intelligent” configuration tools.

The Pakedge C36 works with Pakedge’s Global Management software. It expands the performance of Pakedge proprietary technology, including Sectormaxx to improve AP range, Smartwav to enhance data reliability and Trustream to mitigate interference creating seamless wireless harmony. If desired, a separate guest network can be set up. The C36’s Client Identification Tool will give each client on the network a name instead of having to use the MAC address, making it extremely easy for the installer to identify laptops, tablets, mobile devices and wireless handsets.

Complete specs are here.

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