TP-LINK announces the availability of EAP Series of ceiling mount access points in India. Designed to meet the needs of Hospitality, Education, BFSIs sectors and to provide a flexible, cost-effective wireless solution – the EAP series APs support Power over Ethernet (PoE) to make deployment effortless and flexible. Further, TP-LINK’s free EAP Controller Software allows users to easily manage hundreds of TP-LINK EAPs in multiple sites with the controller in a single location.
In offices, these access points can be installed on ceiling to provide high-speed network and uninterrupted coverage for employees.
In areas where a ceiling installation may not be practical, such as retail hotspots or similar small facilities, the access points can be mounted simply and securely on walls for complete coverage with minimal installation cost.
“EAP Series ceiling mount is compatible with 802.11 b/g/n products and has a load balance ensures large numbers of user have a smooth network experience in large business networks. Along with compact form factors, this is specially designed to prevent dust from dropping onto the PCB through bypass louver, which ensures long-term unhindered operation,” said Sanjay Sehgal, VP-SMB at TP-LINK India. “They are easy to install, significantly smaller in overall size and offer a much lower total cost of ownership. In-Wall and Ceiling mount access points offer major benefits in large business networks. These solutions are ideal for service providers, venue owner or SMBs who are looking to deploy reliable outdoor as well as indoor Wi-Fi network environments. TP-LINK has tie-ups with various service providers and offers complete holistic solution to the businesses.”
Gigabit Ethernet port ensures high-speed internet access and with Qualcomm Atheros 560MHz chipsets, EAP ensures incredible wireless coverage and reliability. The free controller software bundle allows administrators to easily manage up to hundred EAPs through a single IP like an Access Controller. Captive portal provides one convenient method of authentication for Wi-Fi guests.