Vox Enterprise Wi-Fi offers state-of-the-art wireless security and accommodates enterprise-wide mobility for WFH (Work From Home) and BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) initiatives.
With simple, rapid deployment, a fully managed scoping and implementation process, and centralised control of your Wi-Fi infrastructure, Vox Enterprise Wi-Fi brings total control to your wireless environment.
By enabling employees, contractors and visitors’ devices on your network, bandwidth costs jump up as the number of devices increase. On top of that, security threats, application control and data leak protection suddenly become vital.
Vox Enterprise Wi-Fi offers a host of enterprise-grade features to counteract these demands, including:
Vox Enterprise Wi-Fi is a perfect extension of your business network.
Our access management system empowers your business to create and enforce policies that extend across the network to all devices.
Our application management technology is the easiest way to secure, distribute and manage enterprise apps for your WFH and BYOD policies.
Vox Enterprise Wi-Fi empowers your IT team to automatically provision devices with wireless, wired and VPN settings, download certificate and trust details, and distribute unique device credentials.
Whether you have 25 or 25 000 guests, Vox Enterprise Wi-Fi is the most scalable visitor management system for wireless and wired networks to date.
The network management system employs a user-centric approach, identifying who is on the network, where they are accessing it, the mobile devices they’re using, and how much bandwidth is being consumed by specific devices.
Planning, deployment, and maintenance is completely taken care of by a team of experienced engineers. On top of that, Vox Enterprise Wi-Fi offers an extensive SLA programme for complete peace of mind.
A managed Wi-Fi solution allows our Service Centre to remotely troubleshoot and improve network performance using cloud-based monitoring and administrative tools. This ensures more connected devices can enjoy uninterrupted Wi-Fi at work.
Dual-Chain (2×2 MIMO) Wi-Fi equipment allows for a large number of connected devices – at least 20 or more. Vox offerings can easily accommodate 50 to 100 connected devices.
Signal strength refers to the Wi-Fi signal strength indicator on your mobile device. Data throughput refers to the speed at which data is transferred within the Wi-Fi network, typically rated at Mbps (Megabits per second). So, depending on which Wi-Fi router or access points you have, data throughput can range from 2Mbps right up to 1Gbps.
All Wi-Fi equipment supplied by Vox is strong enough to cover an estimated 100 square metres, depending on what material your walls are made of. Vox recommends adding an additional device for every 50 to 100 square metres extra.
It’s always recommended that you run cable where possible to ensure maximum data throughput. But access points are preferred to consumer mesh products.
A detailed floor plan of your company will allow us to compile a comprehensive proposal for your Enterprise Wi-Fi solution.