While 802.11ac Wave 1 offers secure, lightning fast Wi-Fi, Wave 2 takes it a step further and boosts network efficiency — even for legacy 802.11n clients. And when it comes to power, 802.11ac is incredibly efficient, extending battery life by over 30%.
Wave 2 takes Wi-Fi to the next level.
Aruba 802.11ac Wave 2 access points deliver the fastest 11ac yet, and come with multi-user MIMO (MU-MIMO) aware ClientMatch to boost network efficiency and support the growing device density demands on your network. These APs also have an integrated BLE Beacon to remotely manage battery-powered Aruba Beacons.
Watch the 802.11ac Wave 2 Video
Rev up your Wi-Fi.
In the past, an AP stream could only transmit to one device at a time, and other clients had to wait their turn. Now, with ClientMatch, Aruba APs can group MU-MIMO capable devices on Wave 2 APs, increasing network capacity. Even the slowest clients get a boost.
Check out the MU-MIMO video
Why is everyone deploying 802.11ac now?
Get ready. Well over 1,000 models of mobile devices sold today are 802.11ac-certified and they’ll be connecting at a workplace near you. This has enterprises scrambling to future-proof their networks in preparation for the influx of 802.11ac devices.
Get the 802.11ac readiness checklist
Why Aruba 802.11ac Wave 2?
Our latest 802.11ac Wave 2 APs are a cut above the competition. The 310, 320, and 330 series are powered by ClientMatch technology — making sure all devices have the fastest connection at all times and Multi-User MIMO capable devices can actually make use of the technology. They come with a Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) beacon installed to help remotely manage battery-powered Aruba Beacons.
Meet the Wave 2 family
What does 802.11ac bring?
Gigabit speeds and the ability to handle higher device densities and a variety of streaming voice and video apps is the main attraction.
Read the 802.11ac white paper
802.11ac reference guide
Get the latest info about Wave 1 and the advances you’ll see with Aruba 802.11ac Wave 2.
Get the 802.11ac Reference Guide