TP-Link Omada to Simplify Network Management

TP-Link Omada to Simplify Network Management

Enterprise Networking Mag | Friday, October 30, 2020

TP-Link Omada aims to simplify network management and build a business network with higher efficiency, greater reliability, and more security.

FREMONT, CA: TP-Link, a leading provider of consumer and business networking products, releases its first Software-Defined Networking (SDN) solution, the Omada SDN. Further widening the TP-Link Omada business-focused product line, the new Omada SDN provides a smarter and easier network management solution for businesses and IT professionals.

The all-new Omada SDN combines gateways, controllers, Power Over Ethernet (PoE), and smart switches, as well as Wi-Fi 5 and Wi-Fi 6 access points and flexible on-site hardware and software controllers or cloud controller, providing reliable and secure end-to-end business Wi-Fi solutions for businesses. Omada SDN's specialized design is ideal for offices, hotels, schools, and retail stores. With integrated centralized cloud management, businesses can control all devices from a single interface—anywhere, anytime.

The Omada SDN's key features include centralized management and easy monitoring, making work easier than ever, flexible options and cost fits the need, zero-touch provisioning, and more premium features. The zero-touch provisioning and AI optimization with a cloud controller allow remote deployment and configuration of multi-site networks without in-house pre-configurations. Built-AI analysis status and issues, automatically adjusting the channel settings and transmission power for best performance. Its top performance is equipped with enterprise chipsets, sophisticated antenna designs, advanced RF functions, auto channel selection, and power adjustment. New Omada Wi-Fi 6 access points have high concurrency potentials for remarkable performance in multi-client high-density environments.

Its reliable service-level-agreement (SLA) guarantees 99.99 percent availability with 24/7 automated fault detection. Geographically isolated back-up servers reduce the possibility of cloud downtime. The network will function even if management traffic is interrupted. Besides, high product quality further ensures the reliable operation of the system. Multi-tenant privilege assignment provides increased management efficiency and security. Multi-person management, multi-level permissions, and the ability to add admins as needed enable flexible network operation and maintenance. TP-Link Omada SDN separates network management data from user data, with no user traffic passing through the cloud, ensuring better protection for user's privacy. A powerful firewall and advanced security functions further protect the network and data.

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