Allied Telesis announced the launch of its TQ6602 Wi-Fi 6 wireless Access Point. Allied Telesis Wi-Fi 6 solutions are here to power todays’ mobile experiences, offering faster speeds for immersive-experience applications and more capacity for mobile and IoT devices.
Wi-Fi 6 offers new features such as OFDMA and bidirectional MU-MIMO that increase the intelligence of the AP in managing multiple client connections at once, providing better throughout, connectivity and overall performance. With support for increased numbers of clients, and optimized for high-bandwidth and real-time applications like streaming video, the TQ6602 is ideal for education, healthcare, manufacturing, and busy commercial environments.
Channel Blanket wireless technology is the award-winning solution for seamless mobile roaming in challenging physical environments. The TQ6602 will support Channel Blanket in a future release, to join the other “hybrid” access points in the Allied Telesis range that offer benefits of compatibility with legacy wireless clients and interference-free high-density AP installations.
“We’ve combined the power of Wi-Fi 6 with our Autonomous Wave Control (AWC) wireless management platform”, said Graham Walker, VP of Marketing at Allied Telesis. “AWC enables a self-tuning wireless network that automatically reconfigures itself for the best possible performance,” he says. “With our Channel Blanket (AWC-CB) technology, a high-capacity single wireless blanket can connect all devices in a building without having to worry about interference or limited capacity. It’s truly ‘seamless roaming’,” he finishes.
Together with Allied Telesis’ existing range of enterprise, small business, and outdoor access points, the new TQ6602 Wi-Fi 6 access point and the innovative capabilities of AWC enable a superior wireless solution for enterprise networks everywhere.