Wireless Access Points
WiFi Access Points
A wireless access point, also referred to as an AP, or WAP is a networking hardware device that connects to a wired network. This then creates a WLAN to distribute a wireless signal from that location. Users can then connect to the wireless access point (which can typically adopt the router WiFi settings) enabling extended wireless coverage, improved concurrent user counts and much more.
We supply WiFi access points from leading wireless networking specialists, including Ubiquiti Networks, Draytek, Engenius, Ruckus CommScope, Cisco and Cambium.
Wireless access points are available in a range of model specifications including AC, HD (high-density), LR (long range) and Mesh, to cater for any indoor or outdoor wireless network.