What a novel idea. Video cameras and WLAN access points usually have the same mounting and placement. This makes it literally plug and play for those that live video monitoring as a part of of a Wave-2 upgrade. The model number is 3916i. They also have introduced a Wall plate access point with integrated LAN and PoE ports.
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- Flow based APs with Layer 7 Policy - An industry first, Extreme's flow based APs provide granular security, visibility and control over users, devices and data flowing through the network without sacrificing throughput performance. Extreme's Layer 2 through 7 centralized visibility and control software allows IT to create contextual based policies right at the AP. This allows IT to segment IoT devices, applications and data from their business users, devices and applications, thereby securing the business network from the IoT
- Radio capabilities - Each AP includes three radios for for 2.4GHz, 5GHz, supporting 802.11ac Wave2, (2x2) and a separate radio that supports BLE or Zigbee to support gateway communication functions between networks.
- Cost savings - AP 3916i High Definition Camera Access Point reduces costs in cabling infrastructure as compared to typical video surveillance deployments while the AP3912i Wall Plate Access Point can be installed into an existing Ethernet Wall Plate.
- Management Flexibility - These new access points can be seamlessly managed via Extreme CloudTM or traditional on-premise management to provide unmatched application and visibility and control. This eliminates architecture lock-in and allows customers to move from cloud to on-premise (or vice versa) without expensive hardware and software rip-and-replace.
See the data sheet on the wall plate and picture of this video AP.