As the leading German manufacturer of reliable, innovative network solutions we do not only continuously follow current technological trends, but also have the claim of bringing them closer to you. With this in mind we focus on technologies that provide your company with advanced, secure corporate infrastructures — today and tomorrow.
Take your time and get an overview of our currently prepared technologies:
iBeacon a standard for indoor positioning introduced by Apple Inc. Beacons, in the best sense of the word, are small hardware modules that continually transmit radio signals based on Bluetooth Low Energy (Bluetooth version 4.0). Clients like smart phones or tablet PCs can receive these signals as soon as they are in the range of the iBeacon.
The new WLAN standard IEEE 802.11ac combines wireless freedom with the speed of wired networks. With a gross data rate of up to 1.3 Gbps the path is paved towards modern corporate applications with high demands for bandwidth.
A world’s first for innovative labeling! Innovative labeling for countless applications! LANCOM integrates the update of radio-controlled ePaper displays into WLAN infrastructures. Wireless ePaper solutions from LANCOM offer modern and digital labeling for a number of applications, giving your company a modern and attractive appearance.
The next generation of VDSL has been initiated. With the upgrade to VDSL2, also known as VDSL2 Vectoring, data rates have been doubled by eliminating the crosstalk interference (or far-end crosstalk, FEXT) between copper cables.
Don’t give a chance to cybercrime or espionage and choose WLAN technology with he highest security. The LANCOM products have been awarded the CC EAL 4+ certificate which is the highest level for WLAN networks.
Hotspot 2.0 offers a secure and automatic WLAN guest access. The selection of the correct SSID and login at the hotspot occur in the background and go unnoticed by the user.
With the new intelligent WLAN optimization concept LANCOM Active Radio Control you can sustainably improve your radio field, avoiding sources of interference and thus use the full power of your WLAN!
“LTE” stands for “Long Term Evolution”. LTE is a cellular wireless technology and is the standard which succeeds UMTS/3G. For this reason, LTE is often described as “4G”.
IPv6 stands for Internet Protocol version 6 and is the successor of IPv4. The main difference between the two standards is the length of the IP addresses and, consequently, the number of IP addresses available. With IPv6 an IP address has 128 bits, while IPv4 has just 32 bits.Read more