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In 2021, Tanaza is wrapping up multiple agreements with OEMs in the networking industry. Partnerships with manufacturers like Amer Networks bring a new operational efficiency level to mid-sized and large network deployments with a new line of networking devices powered by Tanaza.
The Amer Networks Tanaza Powered Devices offer a ‘plug & play’ experience to enable MSPs with a cloud management solution that addresses customers’ requirements. The combination of high performing hardware and advanced network management allows unprecedented flexibility levels and scalability.
The Tanaza modular software further integrates with third-party applications on top to offer added-value services to suit specific customers’ needs. From WiFi monetization to Hotspot management applications, Tanaza’s integrations can be enabled seamlessly on any Amer device powered by Tanaza.
The Amer Networks Tanaza Powered Devices models
Amer Networks WAP1000
It is ideal for indoor high-density wireless environments of secondary and post-secondary education, hospitablility, meeting places, and convention centers. The WAP1000 supports up to 1.6 Gbps total wireless throughput and over 50 concurrent high data rate users, depending on LAN switching environment, cable capacity, physical building characteristics, etc.
The AP provides a built-in 2.4 GHz 4 dBi antenna and 5 GHz dBi antenna. It operates on IEEE 802.3af/at PoE support, consuming less than 13W PoE, is an 11AC Dual Band Wireless Ceiling/Wall AP.
The Amer AP allows 64-bit and 128-bit WPA2 and WPA2-Enterprise authentication.
Furthermore, the WAP1000 is RoHS/REACH Green compliant and works at a temperature range from -10°C to 55°C, with humidity between 10% to 90% (non-condensing).
For more information about this device download the datasheet of Amer Networks WAP1000 Tanaza Powered Device.
Amer Networks DataCloudNode1
It delivers a 1300Mbps (AC1300) aggregate frame. The 802.11ac Wave 2, wireless ceiling access point, supports concurrent dual-band 2.4 and 5.8Ghz. Besides, it includes a built-in dual-band anti-interference technology.
Amer Networks DataCloudNode1 uses MU-MIMO technology for better antenna array optimization. The 2.4 GHz supports 3×3, with three spatial streams, so three clients at most can simultaneously connect to the AP. The 5.8Ghz supports 2×2, with two spatial streams, wirelessly transmitting and receiving data on the same channel or frequency. A maximum of two clients can simultaneously connect to the access point.
For more information about this device download the datasheet of Amer Networks DataCloudNode1 Tanaza Powered Device.
Amer Networks DataCloudNode2
The access point supports MU-MIMO technology, which allows simultaneous data transmission to multiple WiFi client devices. The DataCloudNode2 allows using three bands. The first band is 2.4GHz with 2×2:2 MIMO. The second is configurable and can work in 2.4GHz or 5GHz with 2×2:2 MIMO. The third band is 5GHz with 4×4:4 MU-MIMO.
The throughput can be up to 2.1 Gbps. The 2.4GHz radio supports the 802.11n standard with up to 300Mbps throughput. On the other hand, the 5GHz radio supports 802.11ac Wave2 standard with up to 1.7Gbps throughput.
For more information about this device download the datasheet of Amer Networks DataCloudNode2 Tanaza Powered Device.
Amer Networks DataCloudNode3
It’s been designed to solve the problem of outdoor long-distance transmission signals. Multiple users can simultaneously connect online with directional dual-polarized antennas and a powerful transmit power of up to 500mW. The Amer Networks DataCloudNode3 correctly answers the needs of residential areas, parks, schools, factories, commercial streets, and more.
The DataCloudNode3 supports 48W PoE by combining power and data connection into a single cable, PoE simplifies the AP setup. In this way, network operators will install the access point in a difficult location to reach without worrying about running both power and Ethernet cables.
It also features MU-MIMO technology, allowing multiple clients to connect to a single Wave2 AP to experience simultaneous access to the Internet. The access point provides dual-band on 2.4 and 5.8Ghz, with over 50 users on the 2.4Ghz band and 110 users on the 5.8Ghz, depending on LAN switching environment, cable capacity, physical building characteristics, and any other interference that can influence the number of concurrent users.
The 1300 Mbps high-speed wireless transmission rate makes WiFi signals stronger and more efficient. On the other hand, the two-gigabit ports support higher bandwidth and transmit data more flexibly and efficiently.
Moreover, the access point features an IP67-rated weatherproof enclosure that resists harsh outdoor climates and ensures a continuous performance even with extreme cold, hot, or humidity. It is, in fact, lighting proof, waterproof, dustproof, antifreeze, high-temperature resistance, anti-oxidation.
For more information about this device download the datasheet of Amer Networks DataCloudNode3 Tanaza Powered Device.
Amer devices cloud manageable with Tanaza
- Auto rollback: when a wrong configuration is applied, the system restores the previous one
- A scheduled reboot of APs
- Enabling and disabling the hardware reset button
- Automatic channel distribution
- Centralized SSIDs, with up to 8 SSIDs per access point
- Client isolation
- Maximum concurrent clients
- Band selection
- Built-in Hotspot
- Per SSID and client bandwidth control
- 802.11r, 802.11k 802.11v support
- Integration with third-party applications like Express Wi-Fi by Facebook and Classic Hotspot.