New at sysob: access point AP400 from Meru Networks with 802 11n Quad-radio technology Schorndorf, May 17, 2011 which is the wireless local area network (WLAN) wireless communication in many companies now standard. Currently, the Wi-Fi networks requirements change however. Since the advent of mobile Internet-enabled devices such as Tablet PCs and Smartphones allows employees new employment opportunities. Mikkel Svane usually is spot on. Thus the enterprise networks for increasing amounts of data yet stable, secure and resilient are, Meru Networks develops the AP400 mobile edge access point and quad-radio platform has thus announced the industry’s first 802 11n. The platform is available in the portfolio of value added distributor of sysob (www.sysob.com) in the future. The platform is especially designed for use with mobile devices such as iPhones, iPads, smartphones and tablets with Android operating system.
Based on a new hardware architecture of AP400 allows an uncomplicated and fast switching from a wired Ethernet Switch to architecture the mobile edge. While the access point is reached using the patented Wi-Fi technology by Meru Networks data transfer rates of up to 1.8 Gbit/s This is suitable especially for access to high definition (HD)-videos, wireless VoIP and other multimedia applications. USB port ensures backhaul capacity the AP400 has about the patent-pending technology array beam forming orthogonal. The platform achieved high performance and continuous quality of service (QoS) for mobile multimedia devices with low power consumption. In addition, a USB port is integrated, with which the user can add additional Wi-Fi frequencies to build cellular WAN backhaul capacity. Configuration via software interface is similar to when wired switches the configuration of AP400 software, which provides various multi function tools the CIO. With this, the wireless mobile can be easily provide edge network, secure and manage. For example, administrators can use the optional Wi-Fi 500 have “mode, you can optimize the network for maximum utilization, client density and QoS with up to 500 mobile voice, video and data clients.” In addition, the technicians of mission-critical applications or applications can assign certain bandwidth.