HP IEEE 802.11ac 1.27 Gbit/s Wireless Access Point - ISM Band - UNII Band
6 x Antenna(s) - 6 x Internal Antenna(s) - 1 x Network (RJ-45) - Ceiling Mountable, Wall Mountable - 1 Pack - View Complete Details
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HP IEEE 802.11ac 1.27 Gbit/s Wireless Access Point - ISM Band - UNII Band - The HP 560 802.11ac Dual Radio Access Points Series brings 1.3 GbE performance, faster application processing and increased range to 802.11 clients. Ideal for dense client environments and high-bandwidth applications, the access points can be powered by PoE and offer full compatibility with legacy 802.11 clients and existing HP wireless controllers.
Built-in Spectral Analysis and integrated Wireless IDS/IPS provide detection, classification and intelligent avoidance of non-802.11 interference and comprehensive threat protection. Access points can be deployed in managed or autonomous mode.
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