Leader in cloud controlled WiFi, routing, and security. Secure and scalable.
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Leader in cloud controlled WiFi, routing, and security. Secure and scalable.

Meraki / Cisco.

Cisco Meraki access points are built from the highest grade components and carefully optimized for a seamless user experience. The outcome: faster connections, greater user capacity, more coverage, and fewer support calls.

Built for Performance

Enterprise-class 802.11ac and 802.11n APs feature high power radios and enhanced receive sensitivity. MIMO and integrated beamforming maximize capacity without sacrificing range.

  • Enhanced CPU for line-rate deep packet inspection
  • Multigigabit ethernet for 2.5Gbps over a single cable (MR53 only)
  • Custom RF design for enhanced performance

Dedicated Security Radio

In addition to the high-power 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz client-serving radios, Meraki APs pack a dedicated security radio. The radio:

  • Continuously scans and protects against security threats
  • Senses the RF environment and adapts to interference
  • Automatically configures RF settings to maximize performance


The Cisco Meraki MR53 sets the new standard in wireless. Designed specifically for high density and next generation deployments, it’s the world’s fastest cloud-managed wireless access point.

Using wider channel bandwidths, more efficient transmission technologies, and less crowded channels at 5 GHz help the MR53 achieve speeds up to 2.5 Gbps, while also providing administrators complete visibility and control.


The MR53 increases the channel bandwidth — the size of the pipe used to transmit data — up to 160 MHz. These wider channels enable faster transmissions and increase aggregate performance in dense multi-client environments.


With enhanced modulation, the MR53 encodes data more efficiently. By sending more data over the air in less time, the MR53 can support more clients at once, and speeds uploads and downloads of large files and video.


The MR53’s 802.11ac radio operates exclusively in the 5 GHz band, a less-crowded spectrum enabling wider channels with less interference. A second radio is dedicated to supporting legacy 802.11b/g/n clients at 2.4 GHz.