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Smarter, Simpler WiFi Starts Here

Not too long ago, WiFi for business was rare. Then came the IEEE 802.11n standard, and things changed. Today, WiFi is everywhere, and small to medium sized businesses are right in the middle of it.

The current standard is 802.11ac Wave 2. Now, if you don’t understand what Wave 2 means, that’s ok. What you need to know is that it is faster and can handle more connections than any previous standard. Wave 2 is what has the potential to turn your mediocre WiFi into really good WiFi. And your quickest path to getting there is through your MSP.

Hudson Sky-Managed WiFi
Why is Hudson Sky your quickest path to really good WiFi? Simple. We are experts in IT services. We align ourselves with the best technology vendors we can to proactively deliver great service to you. That’s why we use access points specifically for your environment, to ensure you get the best and most broad wireless coverage.

Universal Mounting Options
Our preferred access points are designed to be deployed in virtually any environment. With an operating temperature range starting at -20°C up to 50°C, harsh cold or heat are not a problem. These APs can be installed indoors or outdoors, and can even handle dust and rain.

Powerful WiFi
WiFi networking should always be available, accessible throughout your office, and seamless to every user. That’s why our preferred WiFi access points deliver powerful, seamless roaming for always connected WiFi. With options ranging from 2 x 2 dual band ac Wave 2 to our newest Tri-Band ac Wave 2 model, you will experience powerful WiFi, backed by Hudson Sky.

Self-Healing Mesh
All of our access points are mesh enabled and get their power from PoE+ (802.3af/at). Access points work together to form a self-organizing, selfhealing, encrypted mesh network with seamless WiFi roaming automatically enabled. That means no more dead spots. It’s WiFi continuity, wherever it’s needed.

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