TP-Link gets Gartner Magic Quadrant nod

Some corporate news: TP-Link is now recognized in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Wired and Wireless LAN Access Infrastructure as a Niche Player, based on their September 2019 reports.

The global networking provider enters the Magic Quadrant for Wired and Wireless LAN Access Infrastructure and the Critical Capabilities for the Wired and Wireless LAN Access Infrastructure. These reports cite that the brand has offered a diverse range of products that it became a one-stop-shop for enterprise customers. From small to midsize, to large enterprise networks, they claim to have something that can suit their needs. Advanced indoor and outdoor wireless and wired systems for service providers and enterprise customers are also available.

Some of those enterprise products include Omada SDN Business Wi-Fi, Pharos Wireless Broadband, JetStream, and LiteWave Switches, and SafeStream Business Routers — ideal for hospitality, education, retail, and more.

“We couldn’t offer enough thanks to our strong R&D team and the belief instilled by our partners and customers who have adopted our reliable and efficient network solutions,” said Pingji Li, GM of the Network Business Department at TP-Link. “We continue developing products in line with our mission — making the advantages of the latest technology available to all and empowering them to create a lifestyle that’s simple, smart, and connected.”

Vendors covered in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Wired and Wireless LAN Access network Infrastructure, provide hardware and software solutions to deliver connectivity to enterprise campus and branch location environments.

Carl Lamiel
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