The Altai A3-Ei 3×3 MIMO 802.11ac WiFi Dual-band Access Point is designed to be used in Altai Super WiFi systems to provide up to 1.75 Gbps high capacity dual-band dual-concurrent coverage at 2.4 and 5 GHz. The IP 67-rated A3-Ei is built to operate from -40°C to +60°C, thus making it an ideal solution for harsh environments such as warehouse, stadium etc.

The IP 67 rated Altai A2 is a dual-band 2×2 802.11ac outdoor AP/bridge designed to be used either as an access point with built-in backhaul for high density user environments, or as a point-to-point and point-to-multipoint bridge that delivers wire-like throughput at the market’s most affordable price point.

With a central processor that employs up to six cores, each with two threads, the AltaiGate 500 is like having a total of 12 virtual CPUs. Its powerful hardware allows it to manage up to 500 Altai Super WiFi access points and 10,000 client devices from a single location.

The Altai C1n WiFi CPE/AP is designed to extend outdoor WiFi coverage into indoor areas for broadband connectivity or use as an AP for pico coverage

The AltaiCare Appliance is a new class of affordable and versatile WLAN management platform designed for small and medium-sized business. Powered by an optimized and virtualized version of the AltaiCare, it addresses the network challenges faced by Wi-Fi network deployment of 50 APs or fewer.

For A8n series, A2e and C1xan Backhaul

The Altai A2e is a powerful directional dual-band access point/bridge solution with integrated 5GHz backhaul radio, designed for micro WiFi coverage and super long range PTP/PTMP bridging.  It is designed to be used either as an access point with backhaul for high density user environments, or as a point-to-point and point-to-multipoint bridge that delivers wire-like throughput at the market’s most affordable price point.

Deploying a citywide WiFi network requires an advanced management and monitoring system, to maintain a consistently high-performing network service. Altai’s Wireless Management System (“AWMS”) provides a powerful tool for managing a large wireless network, with network wide/group batch parameter updates. Just as importantly, AWMS collects and presents network status parameters, including errors, alarms and performance information from each network element, graphically presenting them on a map (e.g. per base station location) or in drill down-able tables.