Motorola access points (APs) — AP 6522 and AP 8132 — outperformed Ruckus Wireless in an independent lab evaluation.
Tolly, a testing and strategic consulting organization, tested the access points in high-density deployments.
The AP 6522 and AP 8132 performed strongly in adjacent channel interference (ACI) management during the testing, offering greater downstream throughput and better performance in video applications.
“This report highlights that our products are able to meet the network needs for a variety of environments and customers,” said Chris Hinsz, senior product manager, Enterprise Networks & Communications, Motorola Solutions.
Motorola Solutions’ AP 6522 and AP 8132 provided up to 81 percent more throughput compared to the beam-forming and antenna array-enabled access points.
When testing video streaming, the Motorola APs handled three times the capacity of video clients: 30 simultaneous video clients compared to 15 with background traffic.
The Motorola APs exhibited six times faster power and channel selection to mitigate radio frequency (RF) interference to provide higher capacity network performance.
“Designing for high-density wireless environments is one of the most challenging applications network engineers face. From the test results, it is clear that Motorola Solutions’ access points effectively deliver high capacity and performance,” said Kevin Tolly, founder, Tolly Group.