Altai Technologies to Launch New Wireless Solution for Hotspot and Smart City Connectivity

HONG KONG, May 24, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Altai Technologies, a leading provider of carrier-grade WiFi products and technologies, today announced it will launch the Altai C2s dual-band access point/bridge, a new Super WiFi solution for hotspot and smart city connectivity at CommunicAsia 2016.

The carrier-grade Altai C2s Dual-Band 2x2 802.11ac WiFi AP/Bridge is specially designed for service providers that need carrier grade performance such as outstanding coverage and high capacity while remaining highly economical solution. Combining several technology breakthroughs such as superior RF and filter design, smart band steering and load balancing technologies, the Altai C2s delivers highly reliable and consistent WiFi services to mobile users.

The Altai C2s is designed to meet the connectivity requirements of different customers, including:
•Hotspot - In conjunction with AltaiCare, a zero configuration cloud-based network management solution, the Altai C2s will enable non-technical personnel to turn the cafe, convenience store, billboard, etc. into a hotspot overnight.
•Last Mile - Combining the Altai C2s with either an Altai A8-Ein (ac) or A3-Ei, the new solution delivers WiFi coverage up to 3km. It provides low deployment cost and fast provisioning of WiFi systems with the greatest coverage and bandwidth, which is ideal for smart city large area wireless connectivity.
•Bridging - The Altai C2s offers the best value in price/performance solution for high capacity point-to-point and point-to-multipoint infrastructure backhaul for mobile network operators.

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