The most visible facet of a wireless network, the access point provides your end-users with a strong and borderless connection to the network. Cisco’s portfolio of access points includes CleanAir Technology to avoid RF interference, ClientLink to improve reliability and coverage, BandSelect to improve 5 GHz connections, and VideoStream to improve multimedia application performance.
A network switch is a tool responsible for the connections between the systems and equipment that you wish to interact with and to share data amongst. These connections are generally created through the use of structured cabling that links both the station side (the side you interact with) and the device that you are trying to share data with, such as a server or another computer.
The dead zone - that spot in your building where WiFi inexplicably seems to disappear. With all the devices, metal appliances, and architectural interference in the average home, even the fastest, most powerful WiFi router can miss a few spots. WiFi Range Extenders, also called WiFi Boosters, are a simple and economical way to end the mystery and bring dead zones to life.