The AG 2400 is a next-generation Internet access gateway that extends a wired or Wi-Fi network to create a public Internet access network. Designed for smaller properties, such as hotels with less than 150 rooms, the AG 2400 supports up to 200 simultaneous mobile devices.
The AG 5900 is a next generation, high-performance Internet access gateway that enables the creation of a public Internet access network. Designed with scalability in mind to accommodate medium to large sized venues — from hotels to airports to stadiums and convention centers — the AG 5900 features the flexibility to support from 500 up to 8,000 simultaneous devices, and up to tens of thousands of devices when using our clustering feature. With a throughput of 1.5 gigabits per second, the AG 5900 can meet growing bandwidth demands while keeping Internet traffic flowing.
The Alloc8–X Series’ Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) technology combines real-time monitoring, analytics, reporting and an intelligent recommendation engine to provide network operators with the visibility to pinpoint the sources of congestion and delays. By shifting the paradigm from capacity management to demand management, the Alloc8-X enables network operators to more efficiently use the bandwidth they are paying for over a longer period of time. And, with autogenerated, easy-to-read reports, the task of communicating network status and usage to both internal and external customers is a snap.
Nomadix Internet Traffic Optimizer (NITO)
The Nomadix Internet Traffic Optimizer (NITO) is a powerful and cost-effective appliance designed to give you
more from your existing bandwidth. By enabling IT managers to access and review traffic patterns and content
usage, the NITO offers visibility and insight for intelligent bandwidth management and allocation. Plus, NITO’s
web content filtering and network security protect your network and users.
Offering high speed and minimal latency, this appliance keeps pace with your networking infrastructure to ensure optimum performance. Realize an increased cost savings through maximized use of existing bandwidth, and service more users with higher network traffic demands.