Oberon, Inc. Products for Cisco Aironet 600 Series OfficeExtend Access Point

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Telecommuters and Remote Offices Organize and Protect Networking Components

As companies make greater use of remote offices, home teleworkers and mobile contractors, new products, and organizational tools are needed to ensure maximum productivity and connectivity. Recent announcements by Cisco® introducing the Aironet® 600 Series OfficeExtend Access Point will change the way people work from external offices. The new access points incorporate secure tunnels to the corporate network, allowing users to utilize the network's data, voice, video, cloud, and other corporate applications while maintaining mobile personal connections for the small/home/professional/remote office and home use.

For the teleworker, the challenge becomes maintaining organization and security within the home or small business space. Networking components need to be organized and stored in such a way that is aesthetic for the small/home/professional/remote office, and protects components from being displaced, disconnected, damaged, or stolen. The quest for component and cable management has fueled many an article on popular tech websites. Now, a series of simple network enclosures offer a more convenient, space-saving way to keep networking components secure within a cabinet which is transparent to wireless signals.

The Oberon Home and Office Network Cabinet provides the flexibility to organize virtually any small office’s networking components. At 22” x 22” x 4" deep with adjustable shelves, hook-and-loop strips, and tie-downs for wiring, this cabinet is ideal for stowing and organizing routers, broadband modems, wireless routers, cellular femto-cells, small network switches, power strips, network storage, external hard drives, and other components. The network cabinet surface mounts to the wall in minutes. The low profile allows the cabinet to be mounted virtually anywhere in the small/home/professional/ remote office. The network cabinet’s door is made of an impact resistant ABS material which is virtually transparent to the wireless signal of the wireless router or cellular femto-cell, making it uniquely ideal for stowing wireless products.

Oberon’s Wireless Router Box is ideal for organizing smaller wireless routers and broadband modems. This 14” x 9” x 4” deep box can be flush-mounted by cutting an opening in the wall or ceiling and attaching to studs, or it can be surface-mounted using appropriate wall anchors. The WR-BOX includes two universal electronics brackets with hook and loop straps for mounting a wireless router and a broadband modem or other components.

Both enclosures were designed to meet the needs of teleworkers, home users, small business and professional offices, and smaller office settings within larger buildings when combined with Oberon's corporate enclosure lines for full-building wiring. Secure, convenient, and aesthetic, Oberon's easy-to-install home and office enclosures provide proper storage and safety for a variety of networking components.

For more information on secure, convenient, and aesthetic wireless access point and telecommunications enclosures, please call 1-877-867-2312 or see the Enclosure Selection Guide at http://oberonwireless.com/selection-guide.php.

ABOUT OBERON, INC. - Since 1999, Oberon, Inc. has been providing products and services to integrators and end users of wireless LAN "Wi-Fi" network products. Oberon's wireless enclosures and antenna products are used where the RF coverage, infrastructure security, environmental robustness, and aesthetics are paramount in the network design and implementation. Oberon offers ceiling-mounted telecommunications enclosures for Ethernet switches, patch panels, wireless controllers, and other networking and A/V components - ideal for structured cabling and Fiber-to-the-Enclosure (FTTE) deployments.

Oberon's products and services have helped thousands of integrators and end-users in the global healthcare, government, transportation and logistics, education, retail, hospitality, and manufacturing achieve reliable indoor network connection mobility.


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