With the trend of many people owning their own net connected devices catching on, the wireless networks are finding it difficult to accommodate the mobile traffic flood. To resolve the problem of mobile connectivity, Cisco has unveiled a wireless access point called Aironet 3600 Series.
According to Cisco, this system can speed up a connection by up to 30 percent, irrespective of how strong or weak the network is.
The system comes with four antennas and three spatial streams. This means that more people have more range to use their devices, even if there is more traffic. The device make changing lanes on the wireless freeway easier so your device can find a faster lane and congestion never gets very dense.
The comfort of better connectivity comes at a price. The Aironet 3600 costs $1,495 for an internal and $1,595 for an outdoor one.
The most likely customers for the system according to Cisco are the health-care providers, banks, hotels, universities or airports. The company has stated that the University of South Florida, the country’s 9th largest university, is an already customer as is Germany’s Technical University of Darmstadt.