Samsung WLAN Manager

Samsung® WLAN Manager
Intuitive and Convenient Management System

The Wireless Enterprise WLAN Manager (WEM) monitors access points (APs) and access point controllers (APCs), ensuring that users get the best network capabilities out of their products. It also tracks the status of the wireless environment, granting operators fast and reliable WLAN access. The WEM helps to manage the wireless network efficiently without any problems relating to the configuration and troubleshooting of the AP or AP controller. Furthermore, the WEM provides operational convenience that enables the monitoring of service disruptions and resolves the problems whatever the circumstances.

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An Intuitive User Interface
The WEM solution will allow operators to check the hierarchy of the AP and APC via its intuitive user interface (UI). It is specifically designed for optimal user convenience, minimizing downtime and enhancing performance. Its UI promotes the visibility of important network events and actions, letting you judge the status of networks in a fast and effective manner.

 

 

Wired and Wireless Integrated Management
The WEM is capable of managing the Samsung iES Ethernet switches. In the case of AP failure, this manager can turn off the PoE port remotely via Samsung Ethernet Switch, rebooting instantly to minimize potential downtime. As a result, this solution serves to provide users with a more reliable network connection, making it even more suitable for applications in a wide variety of business and mission-critical environments. This controller applied the next-generation Long Terms Evolution (LTE) handover technology for overcoming weaknesses of WiFi handover scheme. AirMove technology lets WEC8500 determine optimal timing and target AP for WiFi devices which need to handover. With this innovative handover technology, constant Wi-Fi service is available for users making voice calls or playing videos. Also, the WEC8500 guarantees greater throughput that is more than double that of general Wi-Fi handover capabilities.

Remote Monitoring for Improved Troubleshooting
As the WEM can remotely monitor the status of wireless networks at anytime, it is possible to control from anywhere via a smartphone or another mobile device. It is able to identify and troubleshoot faults, minimizing network downtime and enhancing reliability. When the fault occurs, operators will be able to access real-time status reports and solve problems by sending error messages to the smartphone of the IT administrator