Strix announced the expansion of its industry-leading Access/One product line with the new Outdoor Wireless System (OWS) 2400-30

April 17, 2006

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CALABASAS, Calif. -- Strix Systems, the leader in high-performance wireless mesh networking, today announced the expansion of its industry-leading Access/One(R) product line with the new Outdoor Wireless System (OWS) 2400-30, a powerful new third-generation solution that enables customers to build large-scale mesh networks with the industry's highest throughput, greatest scalability, and carrier-class reliability. The new Strix Dynamic Mesh Architecture(TM) (DMA(TM)) of the OWS 2400-30 optimizes mesh networking through industry-leading improvements in hardware and software design.

The new OWS 2400-30 powered by Strix Dynamic Mesh delivers industry-leading performance and unparalleled benefits and cost-effectiveness to Strix customers worldwide:

  • 1. Strix Dynamic Mesh powers a self-configuring, self-tuning, self-healing, and highly scalable network with instant fast re-route and instant roaming, delivering carrier-class resiliency and new revenue-generating applications.

    2. The lowest cost per radio in the industry results in significantly lower capital expenditures (CapEx).

    3. The broadest coverage in the industry reduces the number of nodes required per square mile and accelerates deployment therefore lowers CapEx and operational expenditures (OpEx).

    4. Unrivaled value is delivered via the highest capacity in the industry -- a maximum of 768 users per node as well as over 100 Mbps throughput per node resulting in 3-6 times the norm.

    5. Zero throughput loss and zero latency for over 10 hops means real-time application support with a minimum number of wired connections required for a given area and significantly lower CapEx and OpEx.

    6. Modularity lets the OWS 2400-30 scale to up to six radios as needed and migrate smoothly to WiMAX without a forklift upgrade.

    7. Strix Dynamic Mesh enables zero-configuration for ease of mass and rapid network deployments, and provides a carrier-class network management system.

"With the OWS 2400-30, we improved our architecture to solve the business issues facing our customers, thus giving them greater return on their investment," said Bruce Brown, chairman and CEO of Strix Systems. "Optimized hardware design enables our service provider and integrator customers to accelerate deployments and reduce CapEx and OpEx by installing fewer nodes to cover a given area. Strix Dynamic Mesh Architecture adjusts on the fly to changing conditions without affecting the performance of networks that span regions and countries."

Strix Systems Inc.

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