Motorola Wireless Controller Switch
Motorola: NX 9500
The proliferation of wireless devices and mobile applications can make managing a network challenging. The NX 9500 Integrated Services Platform for the Network Operations Center (NOC) or private cloud can help.
The powerful NX 9500 forms the foundation of a true integrated network capable of delivering practically any voice and data service to any worker in any size office. Get it all in the hands of your workforce — including the NX 4500/6500 Integrated Services Platform for the branch office, access points, guest access services, telephony services, mobile applications and the mobile devices. With one appliance and one management interface, you control your entire wireless network from your network operating center or the cloud.
Features and Benefits :
Fingerprinting, analytics and identity management to help manage and secure user-owned devices with differential access and based on user roles and different devices per user on the network, along with time-based statistics on user behavior on the hotspot.
Complete visibility of the entire distributed deployment
One point of configuration: WiNG 5 provides comprehensive management and multiple points of control for up to 10,000 multi-vendor network elements and provides granular control plane management.
Guest access analytics
Analytics and reports on device-user browsing behavior provide insight into the usage of guest access network. Usage data includes date and duration of use, device and user profile and websites visited.
Security at the network edge
Built-in sensors provide better control of your broadcast domain.
Simple installation and remote debugging
Fast and easy zero-touch installation; rule-based access point and NX 4500/6500 adoption from all locations; centralized point for gathering remote troubleshooting data
Management of Motorola's Unified Retail Communications solution
Enables management of voice services located at branch offices, delivering VoIP, mobile extension to the PBX, enterprise grade push-to-talk and more.
Multivendor mobile device management
Centrally manage up to 500,000 handsets deployed at remote sites, including devices based on the Apple iOS and Android.
Distribute and use licenses based on actual load per site/location — no need to provision each location individually.