Netgear ProSAFE Premium Wireless Controller Bundle with 10x WNDAP660 Access Points
Netgear WC7660SKT-100UKS ProSAFE Premium Wireless Controller Bundle with 10x WNDAP660 Access Points
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• Centralized management of WC7600 Premium Wireless Controller
• Premium performance of up to 450 Mbps per radio for a total of 900 Mbps for each WNDAP660 Access Point
• Each WC7660SKT includes one (1) WC7600 Premium Wireless Controller, one (1) WC10APL (10 AP license), and ten (10) WNDAP660 Dual Band Concurrent Premium 802.11n (3x3) Wireless Access Point
• Scalable to add additional Access Points as needed
• Investment protection with support of entry level ProSAFE ® Access Points and future proof with 802.11ac Access Points
• Maximizes investment flexibility with pay as you go licenses. Each WC7600SKT comes with ten AP licenses. Management of additional AP’s can be enabled with extra 10 AP licenses.
Ease of Use
• WC7660SKT Premium Wireless Controller Bundle is designed for ease of ordering and simplified deployments with premium 3x3 802.11n Access Points
• Simplified logistic and deployment with a single ordering SKU
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