2nd Generation AC Wireless with true flexibility
2nd Gen Beamforming technology allows the NWA5123-AC HD to deliver excellent coverage and connection speed for clients through MU-MIMO and our RF First design.
Additionally the NWA5123-AC HD supports NebulaFlexTM Pro which includes one year of Professional pack and triple mode functionality (standalone, hardware controller and Nebula).
MU-MIMO, New Definition of Wi-Fi
Stepping up from 802.11ac, the second generation Wave 2 technology introduces Multi-User MIMO (MU-MIMO). This is an important WiFi development that enables an AP to communicate with multiple clients at a time offering 300% performance for a 3x3 AP.
Next Generation Transmit Beamforming benefits overall networking
Transmit Beamforming (TxBF) technology is another key to implement reliable high-density Wi-Fi connection. It increases overall network transmission data rates, which benefits not only MU-MIMO clients but also all existing clients.
Built for Superior performance
The NWA5123-AC HD is built with a high-efficiency antenna module, premium power amplifiers and low-noise elements delivering superior wireless performance over other Wave 2 access points on the market.
Optimized wireless experience with advanced features
To provide outstanding performance in crowded environment, NWA5123-AC HD features 3G/4G interference immunity, excellent receive sensitivity and DCS, which enlarge its service coverage for more clients and better quality of connection.
Manage it your way!
The NWA5123-AC HD comes with the support of NebulaFlex Pro, which offers the full flexibility for users to easily switch between Zyxel Nebula cloud-managed, controller-managed, and standalone modes. You can choose the appropriate managed-mode best suited for your needs.
Anytime, Anywhere with
Nebula Mobile App
- Easy device onboarding with QR code scan & installation wizard
- Network and device status at a glance
- WiFi sharing via QR code or mobile messaging apps
- Network client access control
- Live troubleshooting tools
- Push notifications for abnormal network events