Aerohive ATOM AP30
For a list of all currently documented Broadcom chipsets with specifications, see Broadcom.
Enterprise Pluggable Access Point
Released as a three-pack for $599.
"ATOM-A/AEROHIVE" and "VER 1.02" are silkscreened on the board in the FCC photos.
The RAM chip, 5GHz radio, and chips on the back side of the wireless board are not identifiable. Looking closely at the internal photos the antennas with blue wires are labeled as 5GHz Wi-Fi and 2.4GHz bluetooth while the black and grey wires are for 2.4GHz Wi-Fi.
The 2.4GHz antenna wires appear to run around to the back side of the board near where the connectors for the BCM47452B0 CPU are. This suggests that both the 5GHz Wi-Fi and Bluetooth are handled by the second, unidentifiable,
Broadcom chip on the front of the board. The only 2x2 Broadcom radio listed as supporting Bluetooth 4.2 is the BCM4359. The BCM4358 seems to be rectangular shaped instead of square like this chip and seems to only support BT 4.1. The Broadcom chip on the back of the board probably provides gigabit Ethernet since the CPU supposedly only supports fast Ethernet.