Ekahau Unveils New Products

In the next generation of Ekahau Wi-Fi solutions, they have announced a suite of products which is aptly named Ekahau Connect.

To enhance the Wi-Fi design & troubleshooting process there are many parts under Ekahau Connect:

Ekahau Pro

Version 10 is rebranded as Ekahau Pro. It’s faster with a new user interface. It also supports Wi-Fi 6.

Ekahau Sidekick

The hardware itself isn’t new but Ekahau will be unlocking some features within the Sidekick such as the internal hard drive which can be used to store your surveys.

Ekahau Survey for iPad

Brand new and highly requested. A new way to perform site surveys using an iPad. The Ekahau Sidekick plugs into the Apple iPad and you or your team member is ready to collect survey data.

Ekahau Capture

Need to do a frame capture? By leveraging the Ekahau Sidekick, the internal network cards are at your disposal to capture frames on multiple channels. The pcaps are saved locally to your computer and can be used for troubleshooting in Wireshark or your favorite protocol analyzer.

Ekahau Cloud

The collaboration of Ekahau site surveys is made easier with Ekahau Cloud. Your surveys are saved, backed up, and synced across multiple devices. Switching between cloud and local is a breeze.

If you’re brand new to Ekahau here are your options:

Ekahau Connect

  • Ekahau Connect Pack (EC-PACK)
    • Ekahau Pro
    • Ekahau Sidekick
  • Ekahau Connect Subscription (ECS-1YR/ECS-3YR)
    • Ekahau Survey for iPad
    • Ekahau Capture
    • Ekahau Cloud
    • Ekahau Support
    • Ekahau Connect Training

Ekahau Pro (Just Ekahau Pro survey application)

  • Ekahau Pro (ESS-PRO)
  • Ekahau Support (

If you want to see a demo or get an estimate – contact your Clear To Send hosts:

Rowell Dionicio
ekahau@packet6.com
https://packet6.com/ekahau
United States

François Vergès
hello@semfionetworks.com
https://semfionetworks.com/products
Canada/International

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Rowell, CWNE #210, is a network engineer in Higher-Ed. He enjoys working with wireless networking technologies and loves to share and engage with the community. You can connect with him on Twitter, LinkedIn, and Facebook.

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