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"Our most valuable feature involves the 802.11ac, which operates at a very high level and has updated technology.""The technical support we have experienced has been good.""It's a reliable solution.""The security and the capabilities of the platform are the most valuable features.""The most valuable feature is the ease of configuration."

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"It's an excellent option for small businesses.""Setting it up wasn't so complicated. It is reliable. Security-wise, we didn't have much trouble, but that could be due to our environment. We haven't had so many attacks, at least up till now.""Easy to use and flexible.""It's a well priced solution and as far as I'm concerned, it's enterprise class.""We have found the product to be scalable.""Ubiquiti is easier to install than Mikrotik.""The ease of the setup is one of its most valuable aspects.""Having dual-band is important. Having compatibility with very old equipment on certain frequencies, for example on 2.4 and 5.8."

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"We found the initial setup to be a bit complex due to the CLI commands.""The prices are high and should be reduced in order to be more competitive.""The solution could be more stable.""Documentation is an area that needs review. It should be more dynamic and it should be easier.""The pricing of the solution could always be better."

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"The production is not very stable in our experience.""The range and maybe the quality of the signal can be improved. I had a feeling that the range wasn't long enough. Unfortunately, beyond a certain range, the signal was too weak. If I'm not mistaken, it must have been something like 100 or more than 100 meters, but I'm not sure. So, one improvement I wish for this equipment is to have a longer range, but that could mainly be due to the model we're using.""I would like a better explanation or better documentation on how to use the onboard spectrum analyzer.""I would like to see more cloud features that some of the other competitors such as Cisco Meraki have that are very nice.""o if you are setting up any other third party product or any other different product, it sometimes can be a bit difficult. With Ubiquiti, you need to set up because you can adopt the product and that's it, where if it's not a Ubiquiti product it can sometimes be a difficult setup.""We need an official distributor in Egypt as we don't have one right now.""They should have more VLAN features and a designing tool like a link planer.""I would prefer if the solution offered more integration capabilities."

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"The pricing is based on how much is ordered from the vendor and what type of discount they receive.""The pricing is good.""It was a one time fee and there are no costs in addition to this.""There is a license that is needed for the use of this solution."

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"We don't buy directly. We have our finance department that buys things. My speculation on the price is that because we buy from private companies and because the product is imported, people tend to give us at higher prices. This is due to the fact that it is government procurement. So, sometimes, they are not paid directly, and they have to go through the whole administrative process before they are paid. So, they tend to compensate by increasing the price, but I won't be able to say what is the exact price.""The product is around $300 or $400 depending on the device. It's a one-time fee. There aren't ongoing licensing costs.""I like the fact that it offers enterprise features at a cheap price. If you compare it with Cisco, it has most of the features that Cisco has been offering but at a lesser price. I am satisfied with its price.""Ubiquiti Wireless is affordable.""The price has been fair for what I have been using it for. There is no license for this solution.""This solution is cheaper compared to others.""There are no licensing fees for this solution, but the cost is on the higher side.""The product is expensive."

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Questions from the Community
Top Answer: The solution does come with a price tag. It's not the least expensive option on the market.
Top Answer: The pricing of the solution could always be better. If they could work to make the costs more competitive, that would be ideal.
Top Answer: Ubiquiti Wireless is extremely easy to set up and is an excellent option for small businesses, offering enterprise features for a one-time fee and no ongoing licensing fees. Ubiquiti Wireless is very… more »
Top Answer: For me, Ubiquiti was easy to install, configure, set up, and maintain, while also providing solid coverage and better handoffs between APs. This is especially relevant if you are using Apple products… more »
Top Answer: Ubiquiti Wireless offers a wide range of WLAN products. We tested their devices before ultimately choosing Cisco Meraki. Ubiquiti devices have good outdoor performance and the connection is very… more »
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Cisco Wireless WAN can help your business expand rapidly while making critical applications and services available when and where needed. Your business can run applications such as interactive video and TelePresence on a primary 4G LTE WWAN link, which is 10 to 15 times faster and 5 times lower latency than 3G.
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Sample Customers
Aegean Motorway, Baylor Scott & White Health, Beachbody, Bellevue, Brunel University London, Bucks County Intermediate Unit , Chartwell School, Children's Hospital Colorado, Cisco Live Milan, City of Biel, City of Mississauga, Dundee Precious Metals, Electricity Authority of Cyprus, Erickson Living, Goldcorp, Great Ormond Street Hospital, Grupo Industrial Saltillo (GIS)
NASCAR Grand-AM, Maritime Parc, Outdoor Music Festival, British Armed Forces, Arcadia School District, Moscow - Enforta
Top Industries
Comms Service Provider18%
Healthcare Company9%
Manufacturing Company9%
Comms Service Provider30%
Computer Software Company18%
Educational Organization7%
Healthcare Company7%
Energy/Utilities Company20%
Comms Service Provider10%
Manufacturing Company10%
Comms Service Provider38%
Computer Software Company15%
Educational Organization5%
Company Size
Small Business25%
Midsize Enterprise20%
Large Enterprise55%
Small Business67%
Midsize Enterprise21%
Large Enterprise12%
Find out what your peers are saying about Cisco Wireless WAN vs. Ubiquiti Wireless and other solutions. Updated: November 2021.
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Cisco Wireless WAN is ranked 6th in Wireless WAN with 5 reviews while Ubiquiti Wireless is ranked 1st in Wireless WAN with 23 reviews. Cisco Wireless WAN is rated 8.4, while Ubiquiti Wireless is rated 8.4. The top reviewer of Cisco Wireless WAN writes "A reliable solution which is easy to manage, deploy and configure ". On the other hand, the top reviewer of Ubiquiti Wireless writes "Extremely easy to set up and has never failed on me". Cisco Wireless WAN is most compared with Cambium and Fortinet FortiExtender, whereas Ubiquiti Wireless is most compared with Ruckus Wireless WAN, Cisco Meraki Wireless LAN, Cambium, Aruba Wireless and Fortinet FortiWLM. See our Cisco Wireless WAN vs. Ubiquiti Wireless report.

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