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Julio Urquidi

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TP-Link is adding three new access points to its Omada line of SDN Wi-Fi 6 EAP products and a new cloud management system for ISPs.

Built for enterprises, the new Wi-Fi 6 access points are part of TP-Link’s software-defined networking solution designed to simplify IT hardware setup and management. The new APs include:
EAP680 HD is an AX6000 ceiling mount tri-band access point that delivers a maximum wireless rate of 6 Gbps and includes a 10G Ethernet port supported by a PoE++ power supply.
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EAP615-Wall is a dual-band AX1800 wall plate Wi-Fi 6 access point that pushes a maximum wireless rate of 1.8 Gbps and includes four gigabit ports (one uplink and three downlinks with one downlink offering PoE passthrough).
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EAP610-Outdoor is a dual-band IP67 weatherproof enclosed indoor/outdoor Wi-Fi 6 access point that sends traffic at a maximum wireless rate of 1.8 Gbps.
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The new cloud management system, called Deco for ISP, is a centralized scalable cloud-based solution designed to give WISPs, SIs, and small business admins the ability to monitor and administrate their Deco networks. For service providers, Deco ISP also provides customizable marketing tools to help promote brand exposure to end users.
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Release dates and pricing for TP-Link’s upcoming business solutions were not announced, but for more information you can visit the company’s Omada access point and Deco for ISP pages.
 
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