Intelbras Tanaza Powered Devices arrive in LATAM with cloud management out-of-the-box.
Intelbras and Tanaza have recently partnered to bring Brazil and the rest of the Latin American market a line of Intelbras devices with Tanaza’s centralized cloud management out-of-the-box.
Thanks to this new collaboration, IT professionals can enjoy high-performing Intelbras gear powered by Tanaza. The devices run the Tanaza software for a ‘plug & play’ experience, enabling high-efficiency levels to deploy networks.
Tanaza is an intuitive, cloud-based platform to remotely monitor WiFi networks deployed in one place or multiple locations worldwide. The platform securely stores all access points information and statistics while providing users with a global overview of all networks’ health.
Tanaza makes the deployment and configuration of multiple WiFi access points effortless. The software allows applying configurations to hundreds of APs in a single network in the blink of an eye thanks to the “network-wide configurations” function. Each access point added to the network will immediately get the same configurations that the others have for agile provisioning.
Furthermore, Tanaza’s modular software layer integrates with third-party applications on top to offer added-value services and can be seamlessly enabled on any Intelbras Tanaza Powered device. IT professionals can connect WiFeed, Classic Hotspot, and the best-in-class monetization tool Express WiFi by Facebook with Tanaza.
Meet the Intelbras Tanaza Powered Devices
Intelbras Tanaza Powered Devices are Enterprise Wireless Access Points suitable for small to large-sized deployments. Tanaza supports the following Intelbras devices to power them with cloud management capabilities out-of-the-box.
Intelbras AP 1350 AC
The Intelbras AP 1350 AC is a dual-band 802.11ac Wave2, long-range enterprise access point that offers a high-performance WiFi connection. It is ideal for high-density indoor environments, like large companies and events.
The AP 1350 AC comes with MU-MIMO technology, which improves the system performance. The combined throughput can be up to 1350 Mbps for connected customers. The 2.4GHz radio supports the 802.11n standard with up to 450Mbps throughput. Instead, the 5GHz radio supports 802.11ac standard with up to 867 Mbps throughput. The AP supports no more than 350 concurrent users with stability, security, and long-range Wi-Fi; 100 users in 2.4GHz and 250 users in 5GHz.
Intelbras AP 1750 AC
The Intelbras AP 1750 AC is a dual-band enterprise access point, with MU-MIMO and PoE technology for an optimized installation of 802.3af. It offers a high-speed and stable Wi-Fi connection, suitable for medium and large deployments, such as large enterprises, events, and hotels.
The combined throughput can be up to 1350 Mbps for connected customers, making data transmission in high capacity and performance. It operates simultaneously on 2.4 GHz and 5.8 GHz frequencies.
The 2.4GHz radio supports the 802.11n standard with up to 450Mbps throughput. Instead, the 5GHz radio supports 802.11ac standard with up to 1300 Mbps throughput. The AP supports no more than 500 concurrent users with stability, security, and long-range Wi-Fi; 100 users in 2.4GHz and 400 users in 5GHz.
Intelbras AP 1210 AC
The Intelbras AP 1210 AC is a dual-band access point developed for enterprise environments. The device has 802.11ac technology that supports 200 concurrent users with a coverage area of up to 200 m2.
The AP 1210 AC combined throughput is up to 1200 Mbps for connected users, and it operates simultaneously on 2.4 GHz and 5.8 GHz frequencies.
The 2.4GHz radio supports the 802.11n standard with up to 300Mbps throughput. Instead, the 5GHz radio supports 802.11ac standard with up to 867 Mbps throughput. The AP 1210 AC enables up to 200 concurrent connected users with stability, security, and long-range Wi-Fi.
Intelbras AP 360
The Intelbras AP 360 is a wireless access point ideal for small and medium enterprise networks. The device is a dual-band with 802.11 b/g/n technology that supports 100 concurrent users with a maximum speed of 300Mbps.
Furthermore, the AP allows configuring 8 SSIDs, and its sleek design makes it suitable for ceiling/wall-mounted deployments. It also enables users to change the LED’s color settings, which can be switched off.
The Intelbras AP 310 is a wireless access point also ideal for small and medium enterprise networks. The device is a dual-band with 802.11 b/g/n technology that supports 100 concurrent users with a maximum speed of 300Mbps.
It allows configuring 8 SSIDs, and its sleek design makes it suitable for ceiling/wall-mounted deployments. Furthermore, the AP 310 has built-in proprietary noise control technology, and it is an exclusive anti-theft security device.
Tanaza, a smart solution for cloud-based network management
The Tanaza platform enables MSPs, ISPs, System Integrators, and Network Operators to enhance their networks’ performance by allowing them to manage all WiFi networks, access points, SSIDs, and clients from one single dashboard in the cloud.
The Tanaza platform also features:
- 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.
Tanaza is a smart alternative to manage network deployments from the cloud. Intelbras Tanaza Powered Devices can help IT professionals lower down WiFi networks’ Total Cost of Ownership, accessing a line of cost-effective, high-performing devices cloud manageable with Tanaza.
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