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HP M210 Access Point Series comes to HP iQuote

October 23, 2014

Ideal for Small Businesses.

The M210 Access Point Series are dual-band, single-radio devices supporting high-speed wireless networking at 5GHz or 2.4GHz. Dual-band operation gives flexibility to use the less congested 5.0GHz spectrum for better wireless performance, PROD_M210better user experience and faster delivery of mobile applications. They are fully compatible with the high-speed IEEE 802.11n wireless standard and backward-compatible  for legacy IEEE 802.11a/b/g support.

HP M210 802.11n Access Points support standalone operation ideal for smaller sites, with “clustering” of up to 4 M210 Access Points, should additional access pointed be desired for better coverage. Clustering technology propagates wireless network configurations across all access points for consistent security and uninterrupted wireless client roaming. It simplifies network set- up for a small site should a second or third access point be installed to improve wireless connectivity. Clustering technology requires no wireless controller or additional hardware, enabling you to keep your network easily accessible.

HP M210 802.11n Access Points come with the HP Lifetime Warranty 2.0. This warranty provides next-business-day advance hardware replacement (in most countries), limited 24×7 telephone support is available from HP for the first 3 years, and limited electronic and business hours telephone support is available from HP for the entire warranty period.

Models Available:

JL023A – HP M210 802.11n (AM) Access Point (available in AMS)

JL024A – HP M210 802.11n (WW) Access Point (available WW but not North America)

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