Organisations need to deliver top-notch
online experiences, with a minimum of resources. With Cambium Networks’
comprehensive portfolio of wireless, wired, security and SD-WAN solutions, you
can deploy technology that works seamlessly. Cambium’s solutions deliver
outstanding user experiences across your enterprise operation, enabling you to
focus on your business and applications rather than individual network
Cambium’s approach to
building networks leverages its decades-long foundation of providing wireless
network solutions that deliver:
converged IT experience that simplifies operations.
in class operational efficiency delivered by intelligent automation.
predictable performance enabled by application optimisation.
Cambium’s One IT Experience with common management includes:
X™ single-cloud or on-premises dashboard. This is true cloud or local
management for Wi-Fi, Ethernet, and broadband, with MSP control.
Service Edge security services for security, routing, and SD-WAN policies for
enterprises. This includes the NSE 3000 firewall.
and outdoor Wi-Fi solutions.
backbone (multi-gigabit 60 GHz 802.11ay).
8/24/48 ports GE, PoE+, and SFP+ with integrated policy-based automation.
“The Cambium One Network Solution comprises several user benefits, including
simple and sophisticated management with cnMaestro; robust enterprise security
with the NSE Service Edge NSE 3000; scalable high-density Wi-Fi allowing
greater coverage; high-performance proven multi-gigabit wireless backhaul
solutions; and wireless optimised switching solutions for increased network
efficiency,” says Teresa Huysamen,
Wireless Business Unit Executive at Duxbury
Networking, local distributors of Cambium Networks technology.
She adds that “With a comprehensive
solution like Cambium’s One Network, customers can benefit from a simplified
and unified solution stack. Using a single vendor with an end-to-end solution
provides a level of supply chain security, compared to having to rely on
multiple vendors to supply various products. Furthermore, using a unified
solution stack, which may include Wi-Fi, switching, and NSE allows operators to
manage all their equipment in a single platform without the need for multiple
network management systems to be deployed. The benefits herein are compounded
by the reduced need for training engineers, who can specialise on a single
platform instead of requiring certification across multiple vendors.”
NSE 3000 — SME SD-WAN and
network security solution
The NSE 3000 has two WAN ports and four LAN ports, and offers
reliable connectivity with WAN throughputs of up to 1 Gbps. It boasts an
industry-leading IDS/IPS engine, advanced application and geo-IP firewalls, LAN
vulnerability assessment, IoT fingerprinting, SD-WAN, and cutting-edge
application visibility, and control.
NSE 3000 is managed by the easy-to-use, secure and cloud-hosted
Cambium Networks cnMaestro™ management system. Key features of the NSE3000
- SD-WAN and traffic engineering — Load
balance traffic and prioritise business-critical applications.
- Security services — Protects the network
access from both external and internal threats.
- Network services — DHCP, DNS and Radius
- Remote connectivity
— Enable remote workers to log in to network securely from any device with the
help of both site-to-site VPN, and client VPN.
— Comprehensive overview and security analysis of all the devices on the
network via cloud management platform.
The IDP/IPS engine, which can operate in either detection or
prevention mode, uses a series of rules that help define a malicious network activity
and supports rules from Snort and Emerging threats. The solution supports both
community and licensed rules and uses these rules to find packets that match
against them and then generates alerts for users.
Huysamen says: “Duxbury work with both its suppliers, like
Cambium, and customers to mitigate network risks. We can even offer block hours
to actively consult and assist in network operations, or back-to-back SLAs, in
which we effectively function as a customer’s technical staff. In this way, we
can define the most optimal solution to networking challenges.”