Mojo Networks Competitors and Alternatives

The top Mojo Networks competitors are
  • Cisco Wireless
  • Cisco Meraki Wireless LAN
  • Aruba Wireless
  • Ruckus Wireless
  • Ubiquiti WLAN
  • Aerohive Networks
Read reviews of Mojo Networks competitors and alternatives
Scott Bridges
Real User
Network Architect at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
Jun 03 2018

What do you think of Cisco Wireless?

Primary Use Case: Cisco Wireless gave us the ability to deploy and seamlessly manage wireless devices at our corporate office and remote locations. • Improvements to My Organization: It gave us the ability to view wireless traffic, unwanted devices on the network, and how they affected overall network performance. • Valuable Features: The ability to deploy wireless access points with templates. The ability to use campus maps to see access point coverage. • Room for Improvement: Most definitely the cost.  • Use of Solution: More than five years. • Pricing, License Cost and Setup: I am not a fan of Cisco's software pricing model. Their management software is far too expensive.
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Aruba Networks
NetworkA31be
Real User
Network Administrator
Mar 18 2018

What do you think of Aruba Wireless?

Primary Use Case: We have made a full 32-site school transition from Mary to Aruba wireless. • Improvements to My Organization: Reliability, stability, and best use of our network. • Valuable Features: The Aruba 335-AP. • Use of Solution: Three to five years. • Stability Issues: There were stability issues, but only on initial deployment. • Scalability Issues: Very few scalability issues, mostly user error. • Customer Service and Technical Support: Great support. • Previous Solutions: We used Meru. We switched to Aruba for the newer technologies they presented. • Initial Setup: It was pretty straightforward. • Pricing, Setup Cost and Licensing: Licencing can be surprising and needs improvement. Look into all features, what you need versus...
Braden Timmermann
Real User
Director of IT at a manufacturing company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Jun 20 2018

What is most valuable?

Ruckus WAPs have excellent coverage and their beamforming means that we can cover more area with fewer WAPs. At times of heavy network congestion, we can restrict the bandwidth available to clients either by SSID or at the client level, which... more»

How has it helped my organization?

Dead zones were immediately eliminated when we deployed these WAPs in all of our locations, plus Ruckus’ analytics on the ZoneDirectors allow us to quickly identify clients that are taking too much bandwidth. We are able to quickly identify... more»

What needs improvement?

The only complaint I have about Ruckus is the price, but considering other enterprise WiFi products are similarly priced, I feel Ruckus is a superior product I don’t have much to complain about. The latest ZoneDirector firmware addressed all... more»

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