FCC Approves 7SIGNAL’s Sapphire Eye 802.11ac Wave 2 Wi-Fi Monitoring Sensor


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By Open Reality | 15/04/2019

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FCC Approves 7SIGNAL’s Sapphire Eye 802.11ac Wave 2 Wi-Fi Monitoring Sensor

7SIGNAL have today announced the general availability of its newly redesigned Sapphire Eye 2200 Wi-Fi sensor. Sapphire Eye is the industry’s most powerful Wi-Fi sensor, utilizing 8 directional antennas (four at 2.4GHz and four at 5GHz) to help engineers find and fix wireless network problems within the infrastructure and on end user devices. The sensor is a seamlessly integrated module within the 7SIGNAL SaaS platform and provides full visibility into wireless access point service quality within the $6.1 billion enterprise WLAN market.

“Customers place Sapphire Eye hardware sensors in mission-critical areas – throughout the enterprise – enabling continuous proactive WLAN performance monitoring accessed remotely from an easy to use cloud-based interface. Wireless engineers and network administrators gain visibility into the infrastructure and the ‘air’ unlike any other solution on the market.”

Jim Vajda, Director of Global Wi-Fi Solutions & CWNE #183 at 7SIGNAL

Uniquely designed to measure connectivity and the quality of end-user experiences on Wi-Fi networks, 7SIGNAL performance monitoring capabilities go beyond the data provided by access point management software and provides oversight into service level quality for Arista, Cisco, Aruba, Juniper, Extreme and other WLAN products.

Organisations use 7SIGNAL’s platform to solve the top 7 Wi-Fi problems;

  1. WLAN configuration issues
  2. Radio frequency and co-channel interference
  3. Roaming
  4. Bad client adapters and drivers
  5. Coverage
  6. Congestion
  7. Problems with critical network services

 

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