What advice do you have for others considering Ubiquiti Wireless?
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You have to keep your switches up to date in order to support all of your wireless components. Normally, all of the firmware is the latest version. When it comes to home solutions, people tend to shy away from Ubiquity. They look at products like TP-Link or Tenda, which are entry-level products. These products are good, but they are aimed at the home market. They're aimed at being straightforward plug-and-play, without any real security worries. Ubiquity is more premium, which is why it is more corporate or for more experienced customers. While this product is good for small businesses, I would say that you can integrate it into an enterprise solution as well. It's a solid enough product that it will work in an enterprise environment without a problem. This is definitely a very good product. I would rate this solution an eight out of ten.
They have a product that is used a lot in Iraq homes, because they use it to get an education, through the internet from an access point. This is used by all people in Iraq. There are some other companies like TP-Link, but TP-Link is not stable. TP-Link has many issues in their products. So you can use this as a normal user in a house and move up to companies even, in some cases. Depending on the router type, you might have to reset it every couple of days or every couple of months. I would rate this as nine out of ten, where Cisco would be a ten.
I would rate this product an 8 out of 10.
I would rate this solution an eight out of ten.
We are primarily concerned with outdoor use. There is another provider we are using for services to deal with privacy regulations in Europe. That is still a question to investigate for using Ubiquiti to comply with European regulations. We are currently using our own hardware for management. On a scale from one to ten where one is the worst and ten is the best, Ubiquiti Wireless is an eight. There are some things that can be improved.
We are a reseller of Ubiquiti hardware. We always use the most up-to-date version of the solution and update it all the time. We use the private cloud deployment model. We've also used the on-premises deployment model, however, most clients prefer the private cloud. I'd rate the solution seven out of ten.