Extreme’s Universal Platforms combine the power of cloud management with next-generation switches and access points that can support multiple deployment use cases through a simple change of the software or feature set.
Universal Platforms increase flexibility and reduce hardware obsolescence by allowing customers to gradually adopt new technologies or change their desired use case by changing the software or feature set and/or management system, while preserving the hardware and even the associated licenses.
With Universal, gone are the days of complex licensing and confusing warranty offers! Instead, licensing is poolable and portable, warranty is clear and consistent, and services and support is fully in-sourced and top ranked.
DRIVE THE TOP LINE
Universal platforms can accelerate your project timelines through ease of specifying requirements (connectivity first, feature set later) and through ease of procurement.
IMPROVE OPERATING EFFICIENCY
Universal platforms improve operating efficiency through powerful cloud management capabilities that offer single pane of glass management across wired and wireless platforms.
Universal platforms avoid technology lock-in by being able to evolve the software to take advantage of new technologies, new feature sets and new deployment models as requirements change.
ENHANCED USER EXPERIENCE
Universal platforms provide an improved deployment experience through simple, streamlined licensing, consistent warranty, powerful cloud management and top ranked services and support.
Designed for the digital enterprise, the Extreme 5520/5420 Series universal hardware offers a user-selectable choice of Extreme’s flagship switch operating systems, resulting in a uniquely flexible platform that can be deployed across a range of use cases and edge, aggregation and wiring-closet environments.
High-performance feature-rich switches for enterprise edge and aggregation deployments
High-performance, fixed-form switches for enterprise wiring closet and edge deployments
Extreme’s Universal APs offer a user-selectable choice of Extreme’s flagship operating systems, resulting in a flexible platform that can be deployed across campus and distributed environments and across on-premises and cloud-management – providing flexibility and choice while also reducing total cost of ownership.
Wi-Fi 6E tri-radio 4×4:4 enterprise access point on 6 GHz, 5 GHz, and 2.4 GHz bands with a dedicated dual-band threat sensor designed for dense indoor environments.
Wi-Fi 6E dual-radio 2×2:2 indoor enterprise access point on 6 GHz, 5 GHz, and 2.4 GHz bands with external antennas and extended temperature range.
Wi-Fi 6E tri-radio 2×2:2 enterprise access point on 6 GHz, 5 GHz, and 2.4 GHz bands with a dedicated dual-band threat sensor designed for dense indoor environments.
Wi-Fi 6E IP67-rated access point that is optimized for harsh outdoor and high-density stadium environments with 4×4:4 radios and support for OFDMA technology.
Wi-Fi 6 dual radio (2.4GHz (2×2) and 5GHz (2×2)) enterprise access point and switch designed for wall, ceiling or desktop mount.
Wi-Fi 6 dual radio (2.4GHz (2×2) and 5GHz (2×2)) enterprise access point and switch for indoor and industrial environments.
Wi-Fi 6 tri-radio (2.4GHz (2×2) and 5GHz (4×4), 1×1 sensor) enterprise access point and switch designed for dense indoor environments.
Wi-Fi 6 tri-radio (2.4GHz (2×2) and 5GHz (4×4), 1×1 sensor) enterprise access point and switch designed for dense and even harsh outdoor environments.
Extreme’s Universal Appliance offers high-performance computing to host multiple applications, while maintaining the highest levels of data privacy, security, and residency. The Universal Appliance can enable a ‘Distributed Cloud’ local deployment option for ExtremeCloud IQ, with fully managed Cloud Ops for service assurance.
High-performance 1U multipurpose appliance to host multiple applications based on deployment needs.
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