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ChandanaPiyaratne
Real User
Head of Infrastructure Solutions at Thakral One (Pvt) Ltd
Mar 16 2020

What is most valuable?

If you compare wired versus wireless, it's convenient. You don't need to have one place for connectivity. You can move around and it's easier. Sometimes it's a hassle to work with wires, which is why wireless is so convenient. The solution offers good availability. The connection is very fast. From a network administrator's point of view, visibility and management are good.

What needs improvement?

There seems to be different versions of standards used in the wireless access points. In the future, it would be helpful if the solution could come up with some kind of universal standard for all devices and all access points. The wireless radio power needs adjustment. Different countries have different power ratings in decibel levels. While one country may have certain levels, another country… more»

What other advice do I have?

We're a partner. We work with different deployment options depending on the customer. If the company is isolated to one or two access points in a place, we probably will use the cloud. If it is a big organization, where internal traffic is heavy, we might use on-premise controllers. Sometimes, maybe a hybrid is necessary. It depends on the customer. I would advise other companies to plan the… more»
Consultant
Information Technology Consultant at a marketing services firm with 1-10 employees
Jan 20 2020

What do you think of Mist Access Points?

What is our primary use case?

Our primary use case depends on the situation. Sometimes we deploy it on a service level and we have data centers that we provide this kind of service to. But mostly we do it through partners, system integrators or resellers. The kinds of businesses using the solution would be hotels, large conference venues, banquet halls, and things like that. We also work with a school. It's all about management. 

What is most valuable?

The most valuable feature would be the center life management, by which I mean being able to control the access points by groups. 

What needs improvement?

The configuration could be improved. 

For how long have I used the solution?

We've been using the product for a couple of years. 

What do I think about the stability of

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What is Mist Access Points?

Best Wi-Fi and Bluetooth LE performance
In addition to delivering the best Wi-Fi range and performance which is automatically optimized through reinforcement learning algorithms, Mist Access Points have a dynamic vBLE 16 element antenna array for the industry’s most accurate and scalable location services.

Data collection, analysis and enforcement
Mist Access Points are purpose-built to collect metadata for over 150 states that allows the cloud-based AI engine to perform analytics, machine learning, location service and event correlation. APs incorporate a 3rd radio for always-on security monitoring, troubleshooting and synthetic client tests.

Converged platform for Wi-Fi, Bluetooth LE, and IoT
Access Points feature integrated Internet of Things (IoT) sensors and an interface port to integrate and control analog/digital devices. This enables Mist to bridge the physical, location and connectivity realms, unlocking value from your network and eliminating the need for complex and costly overlay solutions.

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