LANCOM Systems has its eye on the future

As the leading German manufacturer of reliable, innovative network solutions we do not only continuously follow current technological trends, but also have the claim of bringing them closer to you. With this in mind we focus on technologies that provide your company with advanced, secure corporate infrastructures — today and tomorrow.

Take your time and get an overview of our currently prepared technologies:

What are fiber optic connections?

Glass fibers act as an optical transmission line. Transmission speeds within the fiber are extremely fast at 2/3 the speed of light. Fiber optics are a key element for future broadband Internet expansion. It offers almost unlimited bandwidth capacity and extremely low signal attenuation. This makes fiber optics ideal for transmitting large amounts of data over long distances.

What is 5G?

The 5G standard is the fifth generation in mobile communications with the radio interface New Radio (NR). As the successor to 4G (LTE), 5G ensures high-performance use of real-time applications such as video streaming or augmented reality through the highest availability and best bandwidths.

What is SD-WAN?

A software-defined wide area network (SD-WAN) replaces traditional, static, manually configured network infrastructures with Internet-based wide area networks (WAN) with location-independent, cloud-driven configuration and many other technical advantages.

WLAN Anomaly Detection – Fast and targeted troubleshooting

The intelligent WLAN Anomaly Detection of the LANCOM Management Cloud detects the warning signs of potential interference in the radio field even before it affects your WLAN and is noticed by users. The evaluation of various metrics of the WLAN devices managed in the LMC and the comparison with pre-defined threshold values ensures immediate and accurate troubleshooting.

Wi-Fi 6 – High Efficiency Wireless for high-density environments

Wi-Fi 6 is the new Wi-Fi standard for so-called "high-density environments", i.e. areas with a high number of Wi-Fi clients. It reduces collisions during simultaneous operation of many end devices, increases the overall data throughput, and brings more stability and reliability due to more efficient handling of the available bands and channels.

Supervectoring – Next-generation VDSL

The latest change to the VDSL standard is called Supervectoring. Compared to VDSL, it offers a significant increase in the potential data rate. Benefit from speeds of up to 300 Mbps due to even higher transmission frequencies.

Software-defined networking (SDN)

Software-defined networking (SDN) replaces static networks with software-based architectures. The advantages from network virtualization include immediate gains in agility, speed, and the considerable reduction of costs.

ARC - Active Radio Control

With the new intelligent WLAN optimization concept LANCOM Active Radio Control you can sustainably improve your radio field, avoiding sources of interference and thus use the full power of your WLAN!

iBeacons - The radio technology of the future

iBeacon a standard for indoor positioning introduced by Apple Inc. “Beacons”, in the best sense of the word, are small hardware modules that continually transmit radio signals based on Bluetooth Low Energy (Bluetooth version 4.0). Clients like smart phones or tablet PCs can receive these signals as soon as they are in the range of the iBeacon.

LANCOM Wireless ePaper Displays

A world's first for innovative labeling! Innovative labeling for countless applications! LANCOM integrates the update of radio-controlled ePaper displays into WLAN infrastructures. Wireless ePaper solutions from LANCOM offer modern and digital labeling for a number of applications, giving your company a modern and attractive appearance.

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