Zebra NX 5500 Next-Generation Wireless Services for Small and Mid-Size Environments.
The Zebra NX 5500 is now part of Extreme Network’s Wing Division. Its rich set of integrated services—including router, firewall, VPN, AAA/Radius server, and DHCP/DNS server—eliminates the need for any additional hardware, without compromising system performance. The result? Superior wireless performance and superior network simplicity, at a price small to mid-size businesses can afford.
With the Zebra NX 5500, all network infrastructure is empowered with the intelligence to make the best routing decisions. Users get maximum speed and throughput: the congestion and latency associated with routing traffic through a centralized controller is eliminated.
Innovative Features of the Zebra NX 5500 Integrated Services Platform
Optimized for WLAN performance
The Zebra NX 5500 Integrated Services Platform brings the next generation in WLAN speed, security, reliability, and flexibility to any midsize enterprise, providing comprehensive management and control of up to 512 network elements.
Centralized management and control from the NOC
Fast and easy installation allows complex network control and administration through a single pane of glass.
Powered by the advanced WiNG 5 operating system
WiNG 5 OS brings advanced benefits to small to mid-sized networks, including: plug-and-play, smart routing, smart RF, BYOD support and comprehensive integrated network security services. With WiNG 5, every piece of infrastructure in the WLAN has the intelligence required to work together to route every transmission as efficiently as possible. WiNG 5 OS also provides device fingerprinting, role-based policy enforcement, and analytics required to help manage and secure user-owned devices.
Zebra leverages global experience with some of the world’s leading companies, providing a comprehensive portfolio of services and solutions for every phase of network lifecycle, from planning and implementation to post-deployment everyday support. Zebra’s services help customers reduce risk, lower capital investment and operational costs, improve service delivery, and tailor a network to meet specific needs.