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Extreme Networks First In The Industry To Ship Enterprise Grade Wi-Fi 6E Solution

New Extreme AP4000 is the most advanced Wi-Fi 6E solution in the market, with industry-leading cloud management and ability to operate in 2.4 GHz, 5 GHz, and new 6 GHz band

Extreme Networks, Inc. (EXTR), a cloud-driven networking company, announced a new enterprise-grade Wi-Fi 6E access point: the Extreme AP4000 universal wireless platform, capable of operating in the 6 GHz frequency spectrum. Designed for high-density environments such as schools, warehouses, and healthcare facilities, the AP4000 features best-in-class functionality and intelligence, delivering the highest level of client services without compromising security. Extreme’s lead customers, including large healthcare providers, are rolling out Wi-Fi 6E technology in environments that demand high performance and reliable wireless connectivity to support a dense device population.

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Wi-Fi 6E delivers the fastest Wi-Fi available, enabling multi-gigabit, low latency connections and new use cases for high-reliability customer experiences, eliminating downtime and reducing the risk of data and privacy vulnerabilities. Extreme is the first company to publicly announce that an enterprise organization has taken shipment of its Wi-Fi 6E access point.

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