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The W-68 is Here!

by Sean Blanton on Mar 22, 2016

As many of you saw last week we announced our latest release for Wireless Manager and Guest Manager - it’s packed with great new features to enhance every aspect of your wireless network. Today I want to zero in on one aspect of that release, and introduce you to another member of the Mojo Access Point family: the W-68!

Now with VLAN management

OK, so long-time Mojo fans will know that the W-68 is not brand new to the family. But today it takes a huge step forward with the advent of VLAN management. What do you need to know about the W-68?

  • The W-68 sports five 1 GB ports along with its 802.11ac access capabilities (dual radio, dual concurrent), making it the ideal device for environments that want enterprise-grade WiFi but also need to support wired devices.
  • VLAN management gives you the ability to control each port with individual VLAN assignments.
  • One of the four ports offers Power over Ethernet (PoE).

Perfect for hospitality, apartment buildings and student dormitories

In performance tests the W-68 outshines comparable 2x2:2 access points for both upload and download TCP throughput, which means you don’t have to compromise fast, reliable WiFi to take advantage of the additional benefits this wall-plate access point provides. You can easily segment traffic on a port-by-port basis, ensuring the right services (TV, phone, internet) are available without excessive cabling and power requirements. And its sleek design allows you to install it flush against the wall, putting your entire room’s connectivity in one compact device.

And the beauty of the Mojo Cloud is that you can manage these access points within these specific scenarios from the same console (and even using the same SSID profiles) as all your other WiFi network needs. 

So check out the W-68 page and read through the datasheet to learn more. To take it for a spin, simply call 877-930-6394 or email myrep@mojonetworks.com.

Topics: WiFi, W-68, access points, hardware