ARCC is the cloud-based alternative for other hardware based wireless LAN controllers such as the Zone Director. The ARCC controller lives in the cloud which creates many advantages such as automatic updates, the ability to pre-configure and troubleshoot from anywhere, unlimited scale of jobs and access point quantity, Wi-Fi calling enhancements, and it removes the hardware as a point of possible failure from the project.

One of the greatest benefits of ARCC is enhanced Wi-Fi calling. Wi-Fi calling is a feature that allows users to make phone calls over a Wi-Fi network instead of a traditional cellular network. It uses Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) technology to transmit voice data over the internet, rather than through a cellular network. Wi-Fi calling can be useful in areas with poor cellular reception or when traveling internationally, as it allows users to make calls without incurring roaming charges.

Additionally, Wi-Fi calling can offer better call quality than traditional cellular calls, as it uses a stronger internet connection. Most smartphones now support Wi-Fi calling, and it has become a popular feature among users.