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APUAgent Pick Up
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The APR-3100N router/wireless access point unit comes with two Omni directional antennas that utilize MIMO technology to improve the communication performance of the wireless access point.
After seven full quarters of product availability, the 802.11ac standard already accounts for just over 40% of dependent access point unit shipments and 55% of dependent access point revenues, representing a noticeably faster adoption rate then what we saw with the 802.11a/b/g to 802.11n transition several years ago.
In a separate market share report* by Gartner, D-Link also obtained the lead position in worldwide Wireless LAN stand-alone access point unit shipments for mid- and large-size enterprises in 2009.
I started off by buying three four-port hubs, two PCMCIA cards, and a single access point unit from BreezeCOM.
The WavePOINT-II kit includes the access point unit with preconfigured, installed software; a Windows-based WaveMANAGER; mounting material; a quick installation guide; an installation and operation floppy disk guide; and a WaveMONITOR site survey tool.
Meru continues to outpace the competing legacy microcell WLAN vendors with 92 percent of Meru's access point units shipped being 802.11n, almost twice that of the overall industry average of 47 percent, as defined by leading analyst firm, the Dell'Oro Group.