Tameside Metropolitan Borough Council has chosen Telindus to implement Trapeze Networks' wireless LAN Mobility System

December 15, 2003

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PLEASANTON, Calif. -- Tameside Metropolitan Borough Council has chosen pan-European network solutions and services provider, Telindus, to implement Trapeze Networks(TM) wireless local area network (WLAN) Mobility System(TM) for its main building in Ashton-under-Lyme, Manchester.

Tameside opted for a wireless network in place of upgrading the existing cabling structure in its offices. The system, designed and being installed by Telindus, will give greater flexibility to Council employees on the move and could be extended into public buildings.

"Trapeze's system is head and shoulders above others on the market and we have a long-standing relationship with Telindus, so the fact they are working with Trapeze is ideal," said Peter Faulkner, network team leader at Tameside. "The system's integrated planning and management tool has allowed us to assess and test the number of Mobility Points(TM) we need up front and the strong encryption and authentication technologies mean we don't have to worry about security."

Telindus Group NV

Trapeze Networks Inc.

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