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The breakthrough combination of throughput, range and cost-effective value!

The breakthrough combination of throughput, range and cost-effective value!

The combination of Ubiquiti’s new airMAX litebeam 5ac and Lite AP is the ultimate fixed wireless solution for service providers who are looking for an all-in-one cost-effective MicroPOP solution. The Ubiquiti AirMAX Lite AP with GPS sync is an ultra-lightweight base station with incredibly high performance and disruptive pricing. The Ubiquiti AirMAX Lite AP GPS operates in the 5GHz frequency and offers a throughput of up to 450Mbps. The solution is specifically designed for short-range MicroPOP solutions, such as dense residential areas. It is the perfect solution for a cost-effective WISP deployment, as a base station within a point-to-multipoint network requirement. The LiteAP features a 2×2 MIMO antenna and can communicate with multiple airMAX AC CPEs such as the Gen2 and LiteBeam 5ac LR within a 120° coverage area. Synchronize your network and do more with less spectrum. The GPS sync feature of the airMAX AC delivers over 90% higher throughput than competing synchronized systems. The GPS Sync allows for superior performance with half the number of channels when used in conjunction with the spectrum re-use capability. Featuring the freedom of three-axis alignment, the LiteAP ac fully assembles in seconds, requiring only a single wrench for pole-mounting. To allow for quick and easy installation, the LiteAP fully assembles in seconds, requiring only a single wrench for pole-mounting and featuring the freedom of three-axis alignment. The Ubiquiti AirMAX Litebeam 5AC Long Range (LR) The LiteBeam 5ac LR is designed to be both a flexible and affordable wireless CPE and long-distance bridging solution. By combining proprietary hardware and software technologies, the LiteBeam 5ac delivers superior performance with reduced latency, throughput, and scalability. The AirMAX...
Extend your copper Ethernet network by up to 1500m

Extend your copper Ethernet network by up to 1500m

MikroTik’s Gigabit Passive Ethernet Repeater (GPeR) is the ideal solution for extending your Ethernet cable. This solution is ideal for high-rise office buildings or apartment buildings where very long copper Ethernet cable runs might be required. MikroTik’s GPeR enables you to extend your Ethernet cable by up to 1 500m depending on the distance between your network devices, the number of repeaters and the quality of your Ethernet cables. The maximum length of CAT6 Ethernet cable run between the MikroTik GPeR and a standard PoE network switch or router is 100 m. The maximum distance of a CAT6 Ethernet cable run between two MikroTik GPeR devices is 210m. Higher quality cables will allow for longer distances, click here to view our range of Ethernet cables.   Sign in or Sign up as a MiRO Business Partner to view pricing for this MikroTik...
The easiest way to build your surveillance network

The easiest way to build your surveillance network

The LigoWave LigoDLBac series is the ideal wireless solution for surveillance applications. Not only are these high-performing units available at the most competitive prices in the industry, but they are also easy to set up and will save you time and money that would normally go towards trenching and laying cable. LigoWave offers a wide array of wireless outdoor solutions for various applications, such as business, public, industrial and traffic surveillance. LigoWave Wireless Outdoor Solutions for Business Surveillance The DLBac series from LigoWave is the perfect solution for mission-critical applications where reliability and stability are the top priority. By wirelessly transferring the video surveillance feed in the most efficient manner, it provides a cost-effective platform for actively monitoring and managing business operations while adding an enhanced level of security. LigoWave Wireless Outdoor Solutions for Public Surveillance In the public sector, wiring can sometimes be impractical or not an option, due to limitations from the existing infrastructure. The LigoDLBac wireless radio’s offer a simple solution that seamlessly integrates into public areas to support surveillance in schools, hospitals and other state-owned facilities. LigoWave Wireless Outdoor Solutions for Industrial Surveillance Industrial environments require a robust video surveillance solution in order to monitor high-risk production operations, safeguard valuable commodities and to ensure employee safety. Industrial environments need surveillance solutions that are built to last, this is why the LigoDLBac series offers reliable IP67-rated wireless outdoor solutions that are backed up by integrated surge protection to ensure the maximum uptime for your solutions. Start building a strong, reliable and secure surveillance infrastructure with the LigoDLBac Series!   Sign in or Sign up as a...
Why experts choose Grandstream’s cordless phone solution

Why experts choose Grandstream’s cordless phone solution

Digitally enhanced cordless telephone technology (DECT) is a radio technology is specifically designed for wireless voice communication. At the time of its first inception, DECT revolutionised telecommunications as it gave people the freedom to move around while communicating on their phones, meaning people were no longer bound to their desk to receive calls. With the introduction of Grandstream’s new DECT range, the world of cordless telephony is about to change again! You can check out these devices here. Grandstream’s 3rd generation of DECT phones has the long-awaited hardware upgrade we have all been waiting for. In order for us to share some real-world experience of using these phones, we engaged with some of the first adopters in the country to see what their perspectives and opinions were. We sat down with an internet service provider and a business end-user – both having experience with the Grandstream DECT range. The aim of the below interviews were to gauge what their experience was with the second generation and what improvements they are looking forward to. We sat down with Simtel – An ITSP based in Durban. Simtell installs DECT solutions almost weekly and has been a dedicated supporter of Grandstream hardware since 2014. With the company’s extensive knowledge and experience of working with Grandstream, they had the following to say.   MiRO: We are getting ready to launch Grandstream’s 3rd generation of DECT cordless phones and base stations. Is this something you have been looking forward to? Why did you initially start buying Grandstream DECT’s over other vendors solutions? Simtel: Initially, before MiRO and Grandstream released their DECT solution, we had...
Value adding complementary items for your Grandstream solution

Value adding complementary items for your Grandstream solution

Grandstream offers a full suite of scalable solutions that can be combined to create a powerful yet easy-to-manage platform. Herein lies a list of Grandstream’s 5 main areas of expertise along with recommended complementary solutions that adds value to your complete Grandstream solution. IP Phones Incorporating headsets into your VoIP solution enable users to work, take notes, and find files and many other things while on the phone. This physical freedom lets you determine how much attention to give to the phone call and in turn, increase your productivity. Grandtream also offers users complementary software solutions, these solutions include GS Affinity, GAPS and G-Wave. G-Wave, Grandstream’s free mobile app, enables you to pair your work line with your mobile device enabling you to be both mobile and productive. GS Affinity links your computer and Grandstream phone in one Computer Telephony Integration (CTI) solution for increased call efficiency and overall work productivity. GAPS (Grandstream Automatic Provisioning System) provides enterprise administrators and service providers direct and secure control over device provisioning and streamlines mass deployment of Grandstream’s entire phone family. Video Conferencing Grandstream’s HD conferencing solutions can be customised to suit your boardroom applications. Grandstream’s additional speaker, GAC2500, compliments your conferencing solutions by extending the range of your speakers and microphones that can be used in conjunction with the GBC 32 Series. Another addition to your conferencing solutions includes IPVT (IP Video Talk). This platform enables you to host your own web-based conferences or webinars and eliminates the need for any hardware. IP PBXs The eCost telephone management software is tailor-made to be used on with our Grandstream UCM platform for...
Enhance your security system with SIP-Based access control

Enhance your security system with SIP-Based access control

Integrating your access control solution with your communications system enables the two to join forces in order to keep your premises safe and connected. Using Grandstream’s IP video door phones to view live video feeds and record all visitors’ coming and going using Grandstream’s network video recorders, and use Grandstream’s IP PBXs, which supports video, to anchor the entire communication platform. Grandstream’s new generation of SIP-based access control offers multiple uses. Grandstream’s IP door phones support the use of RFID cards, making it the ideal access control solution for offices, commercial facilities, warehouses, stores and more. Combining your Grandstream video phone with your GDS doorphone enables you to view live video feeds, connect with a guest on the opposite end and allows them access to your facility through the casual touch of a button. Case 1: An ideal solution for service providers who (work with homeowners associations in gated communities or landlords for apartment buildings) are looking for a way to centralise their access control systems through the use of SIP (Session Identification Protocol) For example, if you are visiting a friend within a gated community or an apartment building and you dial their house number (extension). The call then gets split by the Grandstream UCM PBX and the correct route is assigned, allowing the designated call to reach the intended recipient. Upon receiving the guests call request, the homeowner can grant access through inputting a digital password that will send a signal through to the doorphone’s built-in relays, allowing entrance to the facility. Case 2: With the use of multiple GDS doorphones, your solution offering can change rapidly....
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