Designed to leverage the performance improvements delivered with 802.11ac wave 2, 802.11ax borrows key technology from cellular to increase device capacity and improve spectral efficiency, extracting more out of available Wi-Fi spectrum. Bottom line, 802.11ax will support more users and IoT devices, providing each the spectrum they require, future proofing enterprise wireless networks, while minimizing the upgrade fatigue they have been experiencing to date.
Purpose Built to Meet the Needs of Many
Extreme's AP510i/e is a high performance, enterprise class 802.11ax access point at the price/performance point that is ideal for many verticals, including; retail, education, hospitality and healthcare. These enterprises need to support a high density of users and IoT devices, while delivering an exceptional user experience.
The AP510i/e is managed by the SmartOmniEdge solution and powered by the WiNG 7 operating system. WiNG's legendary distributed architecture places the intelligence at the edge where it unleashes the true capabilities and performance of 802.11ax, without bottlenecks and limits. WiNG incorporates the functionality of a controller in each access point, enabling network solutions with controller-less solutions using a virtual controller that supports up to 64 access points or distributed solutions comprised of branch sites with up to 256 access points per site. The solution can scale to 25,000 access points and are managed with a simple, cloud UI and workflow with ExtremeCloud or ExtremeCloud Appliance for campus and private cloud networks.
Extreme Software Configurable Radio
Industry's first 802.11ax access point with three software programmable modes to optimally manage for dual 5 GHz radios for the most dense environments. The AP510i/e is managed by the Smart OmniEdge solution and powered by the WiNG 7 operating system allows for software configurable radios. Network managers can determine software network topology based on user environment and configure the access points in different modes of operations:
Mode 1 - Traditional dual radio 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz radio
Mode 2 - 2.4 GHz/5 GHz sensor Radio 1 and 5 GHz on Radio 2
Mode 3 - Dual 5 GHz radio