CURRENT LEGACY SYSTEMS

VS

NEXT GENERATION MESH NETWORKS

CURRENT LEGACY SYSTEMS

VS

NEXT GENERATION MESH NETWORKS

Higher Speeds Over Entire Network

  • ​​Self Healing, prevents outages, no onsite staff or service calls required 
     

  • Supports 100’s to 1,000’s of simultaneous users
     

  • Eliminate end-user complaints 
     

  • Powerful, Mesh Technology, no dead zones
     

  • Handles high amounts of network traffic, seamless integration between networked devices
     

  • Redundant hosting for 99.99% cloud uptime 
     

  • Automatic failover to a healthy access point if another access point fails

Remote Cloud Management Console

 

  • Power cycle - reboots any device or the entire network automatically when failure occurs

  • Configure, change settings, control and monitor the network remotely with our cloud management console
     

  • Monitoring and support, programmable event alerts every 5 minutes

Low Operating Cost

  • We remotely manage and maintain everything for you, saves your company money, time and labor 
     

  • Eliminates the need for service calls with a hardware watchdog chip
     

  • Flexibility, scalability, we deploy access points in virtually any location, indoors and outdoors
     

  • Can be installed over your existing wiring.  Reduces upgrade costs

Slow Speeds, Connectivity and Reliability Problems

  • Requires onsite staff for network management, frequent service calls
     

  • Cannot support many simultaneous users
     

  • End-user complaints, can’t connect, too slow
     

  • Low power and dead zones causes poor connectivity
     

  • Network congestion, multiple devices cause connectivity problems, reduced work productivity
     

  • Most installations today are independent access points, which are not designed to work together so they fight with each other creating network problems and congestion
     

  • No backup, frequent outages

  • Network goes down, work stops

 

No Management Console

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  • Staff must go and physically reboot the devices when the network is down
     

  • Labor and time intensive, inefficient, requires on-site staff
     

  • Confirming if your network is up or down requires on-site physical inspection

 

High Operating Cost

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  • Expensive requires on-site staff
     

  • All maintenance and network failures require on-site service by staff
     

  • Cannot easily be scaled up in size, requires fixed locations and distances
     

  • Installing system upgrades often requires complete replacement of your existing system and wiring

Product Specifications

Speed

CPU

MODEL

Band

MIMO (Multiple Input, Multiple Output)

Antenna

Range (approximate)

WLAN standard

Memory

Max users

USB

Self-forming, self-healing Mesh

Seamless roaming

Hardware watchdog CPU

Cloud Management

SSIDs

SSID to VLAN tagging

Public & Private SSIDs

Ethernet (WAN and LAN)

PoE

Indoor/Outdoor Rating

Certifications

Operating Temperature

Size

SI-AP40

300+867 Mbps

SI-AP60

450+1300 Mbps

SI-AP42

2.4GHz, 2 × 2,300 Mbps 
5 GHz, 2 × 2, 867 Mbps

Qualcomm Scorpion QCA9557

Qualcomm Dakota IPQ4018

2.4 + 5 GHz 802.11ac concurrent

2.4 + 5 GHz 802.11ac wave 2 concurrent

Single User MIMO

Multi-User MIMO

Four internal

Six internal

Four internal

30-60 per AP

50-100 per AP

30-60 per AP

75' - 1 50' indoor (3-4 walls), 400' - 600' outdoor

802.11a/g/n/ac Wave 2

802.11a /g/n/ac

256MB DRAM DDR3, 
Data Rate of 1600 Mbps

128MB DRAM DDR2,
Data Rate of 800 Mbps

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

4

Yes

Yes

2 x Gigabit

Standard 802.3af, Passive 18-24V (mode A, B, A+B)

Standard 802.3af

2 x Gigabit

EN 60950-1, EN 55032, EN 62311 (SAR & MPE), UL 60950-1, cUL 60950-1, EN 300.328, EN 301.489-1 and EN 301.489-17, EN 301.893, RCM , C-Tick 4268(2.4G) +C-Tick 4268 (5GHz), C-Tick 3548, ICES-003, IC RSS-247(2.4G) + IC RSS-246(5GHz), FCC Pat 15 B, C, E

-20° to 50° C

6.69” x 6.69” x 1.2”