Mojo Networks released updates to its cloud WiFi architecture to meet the demands of large scale enterprise and university deployments. Two key components of this architecture are the Cloud Integration Point, allowing users to integrate Mojo Cloud with local network security, logging and management systems, and the Multi-service Platform, providing the capability to migrate a WiFi network from controller to cloud without redesigning the underlying architecture.
The Cloud Integration Point in Mojo’s WiFi architecture simplifies integration with local network management systems (NMS), security information and event management (SIEM) systems, Syslog servers and even existing WLAN controllers, allowing network administrators the flexibility to have a unified view of their network while leveraging the benefits of the cloud. The Cloud Integration Point is simply a software-defined mode on the Mojo access points; no additional hardware is necessary.
By enabling a Mojo cloud-based WiFi network to coexist alongside a controller-based network, Mojo’s Multiservice Platform offers customers the option to gradually transition their existing WiFi deployments to Mojo Cloud without any downtime. Even for pure Mojo Cloud customers, it enables a flexible data plane allowing selected WiFi networks to switch data locally versus tunneling data to a central aggregation point.
The Multiservice Platform is available in two models: the MP2100 for small-to-medium campus and retail environments, and the MP4100 for large enterprises, campuses, and carriers requiring support for up to 1 million network clients. The Multiservice Platform acts as the traffic tunnel and management interface to Mojo’s Cognitive WiFi solution, a self-driving network that harnesses the power of cloud and the insight of machine learning to deliver a stellar WiFi experience.