Instead of managing ports and devices, AirWave employs a user-centric approach, identifying who is on the network, where they are accessing the network, the mobile devices they’re using, and how much bandwidth is being consumed by specific devices.
AirWave provides visibility into everything that affects service quality – Wi-Fi coverage, access points (APs), controllers and the wired network. It also offers tools to improve operations and manage RF security, including user location and mapping, real-time monitoring, proactive alerts, historical reporting, and efficient troubleshooting.
Designed for comprehensive visibility across the entire access network, AirWave supports multiple generations of products from leading vendors – from fat APs to thin, and from legacy 802.11b gear to the latest 802.11n mobile devices.
Additional AirWave Products
The AirWave Master Console manages large wireless LANs, with tens of thousands of connected devices, while the AirWave Failover Servers ensure management availability and redundancy in mission-critical environments.
AirWave server-class PC platforms are ideal for deploying AirWave as an appliance, with hardware and software bundled together. These platforms ensure that AirWave runs free from hardware incompatibility problems or insufficient performance.