"The deployment of 100 Cambium XV3-8 access points with XMS-Cloud management provides an average cost savings of 29.8 percent over five years, compared to similar deployments of 100 Wi-Fi 6 access points from five other enterprise Wi-Fi vendors," the release states.
According to the release, they include: "Two wireless access points, six multi-gigabit switches, and enhanced cloud-based software that simplifies wireless network design and deployment" bolstered by 60 GHz millimeter wave technology, which can result in service that matches that of fiber.
The Cambium Network offerings, based on Wi-Fi 6 for LAN and 60 GHz millimeter-wave technology for wide area networks, can be managed via the cloud, and will result in cutting costs up to 30%.
A new set of offerings by Cambium Networks includes products, programs, and tools to help enterprises bring Wi-Fi 6 technology to customers.
In a survey of more than 800 respondents, across 82 countries, there seemed to be a high level of enthusiasm for "delivering broadband wireless internet service for urban, suburban, enterprise and industrial environments," the release states, which can be accomplished through Cambium's new 60 GHz products.
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