Prep your network to handle a lot more devices
Make sure your wireless network is ready to meet tomorrow’s business needs. Stay flexible and keep up with bandwidth demands from the growing number of wireless devices and applications. Our best-in-class 3800 Series access points support 802.11ac Wave 2, the latest Wi-Fi standard. And it has plenty of other features to help your business soar.
Features and Capabilities
Better performance for many client devices
The 3800 Series supports 802.11ac Wave 2, which includes multiuser MIMO (MU-MIMO). Multiple data streams can travel from the access point to Wave 2-supported devices. The devices connect all at once and get information faster.
Networking for the digital era
Networks are getting more complex. When you combine the 3800 with Cisco’s Digital Network Architecture (DNA), you can transform your network so your organization can move faster, more efficiently, and securely.
Higher speed, lower cabling costs
The 3800 Series supports multigigabit Ethernet (mGig), with existing Cat 5e, Cat 6, and 10GBASE-T (Cat 6A) cabling. mGig Ethernet helps you increase speed without any added expenses to upgrade your cabling.
Support for high-density traffic in real time
Your wireless network can get hit hard with unexpected traffic. The 3800 access points’ dual radios automatically adjust to these surprises. With Flexible Radio Assignment, your network is automatically upgraded and always ready.
More efficiency with Cisco HDX
High-Density Experience (HDX) comes standard. This gives the 3800 Series top-of-the-line network efficiency over a large number of wireless clients. HDX is built for best-in-class RF architecture and targets high-density networks.
Flexible deployment modes
The 3800 supports both a controller-based solution for large networks and a virtual-controller-based solution such as Cisco Mobility Express, which is perfect for any small to medium-sized network.
Better wireless experience for Apple devices
Get seamless roaming, a fast lane for business applications, and faster troubleshooting when your Apple mobile devices pair with Cisco technology.