802 11n wireless LAN offer Schorndorf, awarded as enterprise wireless product of the year 15 July 2008 Meru Networks, a manufacturer of wireless communication solutions and partner of value added distributors of sysob IT distribution GmbH & co. KG, line has received for his AP300er the Techworld Award from wireless access points. Annually, the industry publication for IT professionals is a jury of European journalists, technology consultants and industry representatives, which awards a prize to the best in the field of infrastructure and network. This year in the category chosen enterprise wireless product of the year\”on the product line wp300 from the portfolio of sysob. Thomas Hruby, Managing Director of sysob IT distribution GmbH & co.
KG, explains: 802 11n is the most important and extensive development in the wireless LAN area. The award-winning AP300er line is the first enterprise wireless product that integrates the high-performance standard IEEE 802 11n. The recognition by Techworld documented the performance of the Solution. The product line delivers the lowest total cost of ownership industry and offers an easy migration from 802.11a/b/g to 802 11n clients.\” Meru was the first Wi-Fi provider, which announced the 802 11n standard for user deployments in 2007. Today, companies in almost all European countries use 802 11n. Presented for the first time in April 2007, the wp300 family of access points uses the Meru’s air traffic control technology, to deliver full 802 11n draft 2.0 Wi-Fi client ultrahigh-density performance while remaining backward compatible with 802.11a/b/g-Geraten. The wp300 family offers – powered by IEEE 802 3af (power over Ethernet) support for the 802 11n standard, both in the 2.4 and 5 gigahertz frequency band and in the 20 – and 40-megahertz mode. Both antennas are dual-band capable dual-radio versions and ensure full flexibility in the configuration. Like all Meru access points the wp300 family automatically selects a single channel for the enterprise Use and stacks only then additional channels if more capacity is needed.