Wi-Fi Wall Plate Graces Hospitality Networks

Cambium Networks’ cnPilot e430W cloud-managed enterprise Wi-Fi wall plate Access Point (AP) supports the 802.11ac Wave 2 standard. Groomed for hotels, resorts, and multi-dwelling units, the wall-mounted AP is equipped with multiple GigE ports to drive indoor Wi-Fi and wired port network access via managed portals.

 

cnPilot e430W features include:

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  • Dual band 802.11ac Wave 2 standard with 2x2 MU-MIMO technology
  • BLE radio to enable presence based services
  • Four Gigabit Ethernet (GigE) ports for connecting wired clients such as PCs and IPTV
  • A PoE out port for powering IP phone in the room
  • Pass-thru ports for connecting legacy accessories like traditional phones or Ethernet driven wired IP clients
  • Tamper proof deployment options 

The e430 compliments the e410 and e600 indoor, and the e500 outdoor, Wi-Fi Access Points to provide a complete wireless networking solution for hospitality and MDU network operators; all managed by cnMaestro.

 

cnMaestro MSP features include:

  • Multi-tenant architecture
  • Multi-administration role based network access
  • Ability to create customer (hotel) specific Splash or Landing pages
  • APIs for tight integration with ecosystem solutions including property Management Systems, Guest Access and Analytics solutions
  • Zero touch provisioning
  • Troubleshooting tools including AP monitoring with remote scans
  • Dashboard views with alarms
  • Inventory management 

For more details, visit Cambium Networks.

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