These are Meraki's first enterprise-class indoor 802.11n access points, using a 2x2 MIMO configuration to save on costs, but still promising maximum data rates of 300Mbps per radio. All controller functions, including management and security, have been shifted to Meraki's hosted data center, and are accessed via a secure Web browser login. The vendor claims its WLAN solution for small-to-midsize enterprises is two to three times less costly than those from Cisco and Aruba. Additional pricing information: MR14, two-radio, $800; Cloud Controller (including maintenance/support) $150 per access point for one-year license; $300 each for the term of a three-year license.
WiFi cloud vendor: We charge 2-3 times less than Cisco, Aruba