Cisco C9124AXI-A wireless access point 5380 Mbit/s White Power over Ethernet (PoE)

£1,856.74 (£1,547.28 + VAT)

Cisco C9124AXI-A. Maximum data transfer rate: 5380 Mbit/s, Ethernet LAN data rates: 100,1000,2500 Mbit/s, MIMO type: Multi User MIMO. Power consumption (max): 60 W. Product colour: White. Antenna type: Internal, Antenna direction type: Omni-directional, Antenna gain level (max): 7 dBi. Width: 259 mm, Depth: 233 mm, Height: 81 mm

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With the emergence of high-density networks and the Internet of Things (IoT), we are more dependent on wireless networks than ever before. An increasing number of devices connect to the network every year, ranging from high-performance client devices to low-bandwidth IoT devices. The Cisco Catalyst 9124AX Series outdoor access points provide a seamless experience, with high scaling and unmatched performance in diverse network deployments. Going beyond the Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax) standard, the Catalyst 9124AX Series provides integrated security, resiliency, and operational flexibility as well as increased network intelligence.

The Catalyst 9124AX Series offers flexible deployment options for service providers and enterprise networks that need the fastest links possible for mobile, outdoor clients (smartphones, tablets, and laptops), and wireless backhaul. With options for internal or external antennas, the 9124AX Series gives network operators the flexibility to balance their desired wireless coverage with their need for easy deployment.

The Catalyst 9124AX Series access points, paired with the Cisco Digital Network Architecture (Cisco DNA), are enterprise-class products that will address both your current and future needs. They are the first step in updating your network to take better advantage of all of the features and benefits that Wi-Fi 6 provides.








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