The 802.11ac-enabled Cisco Aironet 2700 Series Access Point should allow customers to "accelerate their path to Gigabit Wi-Fi," according to the company's statement. The product should aid wireless LAN infrastructure to support the use of multiple mobile devices, apps and data within its area.
The Aironet 2700 will be available in April and starts at $1,095.
"Gigabit Wi-Fi is here to stay. The next generation of wireless technology -- 802.11ac -- is today's hallmark in wireless standards, representing a significant advancement in solving bandwidth issues and providing fast speeds, adding real business value and outcomes," said Sujai Hajela, senior vice president, Enterprise Networking Group at Cisco, in the statement. "As the industry leader in 802.11ac, Cisco is helping customers' transition to this technology, while accelerating our partners' ability to capture new revenue, increase margins and provide new services from the mobility opportunity."
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