Meraki MR76 802.11ax Wave 2 Access Point

Meraki MR76 access point

Meraki does it again with this largely self-configuring access point. The Meraki MR76 is an exceptionally easy-to-learn 802.11ax device. It is basically the Wi-Fi 6 version of the MR74. And, like the MR74, it is 100% cloud-managed. It’s also outdoor-rated for demanding industrial environments. You can deploy it remotely in just minutes. Plus, most actions in it’s cloud interface are point and click.

With access points like the MR76, you have fully remote IT support for your hardware virtually all the time. As a result, the need for full-time IT staff is greatly reduced or even eliminated. Once up and running, you have an unprecedented level of monitoring, reporting, and control of your network.

Wi-Fi 6 and the future

Not everybody needs to jump on the Wi-Fi 6 bandwagon right away. But it has its’ advantages. Even before the COVID shutdown, and the surge in demand for video conferencing, there was an overall growth in bandwidth-heavy applications. They include video streaming platforms, VR and AR, BYOD, cloud computing, SaaS, and IoT services. Wi-Fi 6, as the latest generation of Wi-Fi, is well-suited for this development. Designed for it, in fact.

Buy the Meraki MR76 here.

Meraki MR76 802.11ax outdoor access point

It will surprise nobody that the MR76 shares Meraki’s simple set-up, smooth and easy roaming, lowered battery usage and huge number of total users! Have questions? Call 877-449-0458, or email us at [email protected].

2×2 MIMO 802.11ax Wave 2 AP
Up to 1.7 Gbps aggregate frame rate
2.4 GHz & 5 GHz concurrent radios
2×2 Radios = Large # of Connections
IP67-rated for harsh environments
Self-configuring, self-healing

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