This week D-Link announced our latest Unified Wireless Controller (DWC-2000), a Wireless LAN manager perfectly designed for education, hospitality and medium-to-large enterprises. The DWC-2000 is capable of supporting up to 256 access points per controller and over 1,000 access points in a controller peer group, as well as offering self-organizing, self-optimizing and self-healing capabilities, making it a great solution for a reliable, high performance and cost-effective wireless network.
“Unlike competing solutions that require the purchase of additional licenses to manage even one access point, the DWC-2000 supports 64 access points right out of the box,” said Steven Olen, director of product marketing, D-Link Systems, Inc. “For larger installations greater than 64 APs, we do offer licenses that increase support for up to 256 APs per controller.”
The Unified Wireless Controller has additional benefits, including comprehensive wireless security, which detects rogue access points and rogue clients while also anticipating wireless threats to keep your network secure. With a built in captive portal you’re able to block clients from accessing the network until they have been verified. Compatible with D-Link’s Unified Access Points and with a Limited Lifetime Lifetime Warranty you’re covered on compatibility, security and warranty.
For more information on the Unified Wireless Controller (DWC-2000), click here.