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Published on December 21st, 2012 | by Alexis Argent

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“LANCOM White Edition”– LANCOM L-320agn Wireless (White) New 802.11n access point with internal antennas

New 802.11n access point with internal antennas “LANCOM White Edition”– LANCOM L-320agn Wireless (White)

LancomLANCOM Systems, the specialist in network connectivity and Wireless LAN, presents the latest addition to its range of 802.11n access points. The LANCOM L-320agn Wireless White comes in an elegant white design for applications in exclusive and modern spaces.

It has a dual-band WLAN module, its MIMO antennas are discreetly accommodated inside the housing, and the LEDs can be switched off. This makes the LANCOM L-320agn Wireless (White) the ideal solution for companies and WLAN providers who value discreet Wireless network installations and convenient hotspot solutions in public areas, such as in hotels, restaurants, universities and libraries, but also in sensitive locations such as hospitals, nursing homes and schools.

Just like its counterpart in the conventional housing, the LANCOM L-320agn Wireless (White) is characterized by its 100% compatibility with all 802.11a/b/g/n clients. It provides gross data rates of up to 300 Mbps. The device is also equipped with a comprehensive range of security features, including fully functional 802.11i with WPA2 and AES encryption, and also 802.1x/EAP (WPA Enterprise) for high-security environments.

The device supports network virtualization with Multi-SSID and VLAN. The LANCOM L-320agn Wireless (White) is equipped with a radio module, transmitting optionally on the 2.4- or 5-GHz band, and connection to the network is via a Gigabit Ethernet interface. The access point has an energy-efficient design allowing it to be supplied with power via PoE (IEEE 802.af). Like all LANCOM access points, the new model optionally operates in stand-alone mode or in combination with a LANCOM WLAN controller.

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