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D-Link?s new Unified Wireless Controller aims to meet evolving enterprise demands

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D-Link has unveiled its new Unified Wireless Controller, which the firm says compliments many of the enterprise-grade solutions channel resellers already offer.

The scalable wireless access management solutions is aimed at medium-to-large enterprise environments and boasts the ability to manage up to 1,024 wireless access points in a controller cluster. The device is ideal for university campuses, healthcare, managed offices, hotels, multi-floor and multi-building office environments, says D-Link.

Features include:

- Hardware physical security

- Radio power and channel allocation

- Multiple SSIDs and Rogue AP detection

- Customise captive portal and wireless mapping

- AD integration

- 4+4 wireless controller redundancy and AP provisioning

- Self-organising, self-optimising and self-healing technology

- Availability: August 2015

- Pricing: £1,455 excl. VAT

“Network demands change very quickly in today’s workplaces, which can create a bigger and more complex landscape for network administrators. As your business grows, so does your wireless network,” said Andrew Mulholland, Business Solutions & Marketing Manager, D-Link UKI.

“The D-Link Unified Wireless Controller addresses these demands. It provides high scalability with the option to upgrade from 64 up to 256 access points per controller. At the same time the centralised Wireless LAN manager helps to ensure the reliability and security of the wireless environment.

“With channel resellers experiencing growing demand for end-to-end network solutions, the DWC-2000 Unified Wireless Controller serves to compliment many of the enterprise grade solutions they may already offer.”

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