The HiPath AP2620 Wireless Access Point can be powered by a standard IEEE 802.3af PoE port found on most switches that form today's wired networking infrastructure making wireless mobility more practical, achievable, and cost-effective. This means that HiPath 802.11n AP does not require a costly upgrade to higher-power 802.3at PoE switches.
Similarly, enterprises are not required to pull extra Ethernet cables for additional power or limit the performance of AP by disabling a radio or falling back to 2x3 or 2x2 MIMO operation. HiPath Wireless AP uses the most sophisticated standards to ensure effective security and client compatibility.
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