Tuesday, May 3, 2011

Meru Debuts Three-stream 802.11n Quad-radio AP

Meru Networks introduced its AP400 Mobile Edge access point (AP) platform featuring three-stream 802.11n quad-radio capability and a maximum total data rate of 1.8Gbps. It uses Meru's virtualized wireless LAN (WLAN) technology to deliver a flexible, software-configurable mobile edge architecture purpose-built for high-performance enterprise mobility, supporting indoor and outdoor use.

Meru said its new platform is optimized for mobile devices such as iPads, iPhones, Android-based smartphones and tablets, and supports the user's need to access high definition (HD) video, wireless VoIP and other multi-media applications. The AP400 Mobile Edge platform also leverages Meru's Orthogonal Array Beam Forming technology and next generation sub-carrier level beam forming to deliver Adaptive Optimization. This new innovative capability is designed to deliver the highest performance and consistent quality-of-service (QoS) for low-power multi-media mobile devices. The AP400 platform also includes an onboard USB port for adding an additional WLAN radio to provide cellular WAN backhaul capabilities.

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