Mega Power Technology offers a variety of Wi-Fi products & solutions to help your organization design, deploy and manage your enterprise wireless network

Centralized Controller System

  • Deployed in the data center, Centralized Controllers System support integrated capabilities, including the Stateful ICSA-certified Firewall, Advanced Cryptography, Spectrum Analyzer, Wireless Intrusion Protection and RF Management Software to optimize Wi-Fi client behavior.

Virtual Controller System

  • Virtual Controller System capabilities on access points (AP), creating a feature-rich enterprise- grade wireless LAN (WLAN) that delivers the affordability and simplicity of an entry-level Wi-Fi network.

  • Offering impressive scalability, APs can be controlled by a single AP that automatically becomes a primary Virtual Controller. In the event of primary Virtual Controller failure, another AP automatically takes on the role with no disruption.

Access Points

  • Standalone Access Point (Fat AP)

    FAT APs are the “traditional” AP architecture. Fat APs are standalone devices that handle all WLAN functionality, ranging from the 802.11 radio to 802.1X user authentication, wireless encryption, secure mobility and management.
    Many of these APs also handle network functions like routing, IP tunneling, 802.1Q trunking, network address translation (NAT) and even virtual private network (VPN) functions.

  • Campus Access Point (Thin AP)

    Campus AP family includes single- and dual-radio options to meet the most challenging client performance and density requirements, and support additional capabilities to ensure secure and reliable wireless connectivity. Centralized Controllers technology optimizes Wi-Fi client behavior and automatically ensures that APs stay clear of interference, resulting in a more reliable, higher performance WLAN.

  • Remote Access Point

    Ideal for users in branch offices and teleworks in home offices, RAPs provides both wired and wireless connectivity, traffic forwarding based on policy, user-centric security, and backup links over cellular networks. Using zero-touch provisioning, low-cost RAPs are easy to set up and require no IT assistance to install. Corporate resources are extended to RAPs using site-to-site VPN tunnels from Centralized Controllers in the central data center.

BYOD Policy Management System

  • With built-in RADIUS, SNMP and TACACS+ protocols, Policy Management System provides device registration, device profiling, endpoint health assessments, and comprehensive reporting to automatically enforce user and endpoint access policies as devices connect to the network.

  • The result is consistent and secure network access that meets corporate bring-your-own-device (BYOD) requirements. Whether local or remote, system supports users across multiple locations, regardless of the network, device ownership or connection method.

Spectrum Analyzer System

  • The Spectrum Analyzer System provides a critical layer of visibility into non-802.11 sources of RF interference and their effects on WLAN performance. The Spectrum Analyzer System remotely identifies RF interference, classifies its source and provides real-time analysis at the point of the problem

  • Data collected by the Spectrum Analyzer System is used to quickly isolate packet transmission problems, over-the-air quality of service (QoS) and traffic congestion caused by RF contention with other devices operating in the same band or channel. Appropriate remediation measures can then be put in place to optimize network performance.

Wireless Mesh Equipments

  • Wireless mesh networks offer a practical and cost-effective way for municipalities, public safety agencies and enterprises to deploy IP video surveillance. In addition to video surveillance, wireless mesh networks can concurrently support enterprise voice and data applications across a multiple paths and multiple LAN/WAN hops. The ability to be rapidly installed without reliance upon a fixed infrastructure makes wireless mesh networks ideal for temporary deployments.