Engim Demos AP

Engim demonstrates multi-channel access point reference design based on its EN-3000 WLAN radio chipset and Freescale's PowerQuicc II MPC8247 processor

April 30, 2004

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ACTON, Mass. -- Engim, Inc., developers of silicon technology that dramatically expands the manageability, security and capacity of wireless LAN infrastructure, today announced its demonstration of a new Wi-Fi access point reference design at the Smart Networks Developer Forum (SNDF), sponsored by Freescale Semiconductor, a wholly owned subsidiary of Motorola Inc. The new Wi-Fi access point enables network vendors to rapidly deliver enterprise-class Multi-Service WLAN solutions with the reliability, performance, security and capacity of wired networks.

The ground-breaking multi-channel access point reference design is based on Engim's EN-3000 multi-channel WLAN radio chipset, and Freescale Semiconductor's PowerQUICC II(TM) MPC8247 processor. The design underscores the ability of Engim-based multi-channel wireless solutions powered by Freescale communications processors to eliminate the unpredictable performance drop-offs that now plague enterprise WLANs, and to provide the throughput and manageability to support the performance-driven applications and services that cannot be reliably supported by today's single-channel 802.11 network solutions.

Engim CEO Nick Finamore notes: "Freescale Semiconductor is widely considered the leader in embedded computing. We see our joint customers wanting to deploy WLAN systems capable of delivering data voice video and security monitoring. The combination of Engim's WLAN capability and Freescale Semiconductor's processing capabilities enables our customers to deliver unmatched multi-service WLAN infrastructure solutions."

Engim Inc.

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