Understanding the functions of a wireless router vs. access point will help you deploy the right device for the right circumstance.
We deal in various brands of wireless router & Access Point like Cisco, Linksys, D-link, Net gear, TP link and Belkin, Ubiquity, Rukus, Aruba, Cisco Access Point, D’ link Access Point Etc..
A wireless router is a device that performs the functions of a router and also includes the functions of a wireless access point. It is used to provide access to the Internet or a private computer network. It can function in a wired LAN (local area network), in a wireless-only LAN (WLAN), or in a mixed wired/wireless network, depending on the manufacturer and model. Wireless router supports maximum 30-35 concurrent user session.
Wireless access points (APs or WAPs) are special-purpose communication devices on wireless local area networks (WLANs). Access points act as a central transmitter and receiver of wireless radio signals. Mainstream wireless APs support Wi-Fi and are most commonly used to support public Internet hotspots and other business networks where larger buildings and spaces need wireless coverage. Access Point supports maximum concurrent session depending on its model & brand.