Verizon Manages WLANs

Verizon Business helps enterprises take advantage of workplace mobility

September 10, 2008

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BASKING RIDGE, N.J. -- Ensuring that today's employees can collaborate effectively, either in the office or around the world, is critically important to the success of large businesses - and a key challenge for information technology (IT) executives. To help meet that challenge, Verizon Business has launched a new, managed wireless local area network (MWLAN) service that enables businesses and government entities take full advantage of wireless technology.

Verizon Managed Wireless LAN (MWLAN) Service, including Cisco Unified Wireless Network technology, enables customers to securely extend the reach of LANs within offices, schools and factories, and across corporate and college campuses. Workers have access to networks, applications, data and the Internet while away from their desks, thus enhancing productivity and information sharing.

The new Verizon Business offering is available immediately in the United States and in 28 countries in Europe and the Asia-Pacific region, and provides the same user experience, regardless of whether employees are located at offices in Beijing, Boston or Brussels. Note: An audio podcast discussing Verizon Managed Wireless LAN Service is available here.

"Companies are increasingly interested in the potential of wireless to support office-based staff, as well as mobile, global workers," said Nancy Gofus, senior vice president and chief marketing officer, Verizon Business. "Our enhanced managed wireless LAN portfolio enables companies to leverage wireless technology while helping manage the day-to-day complexities often associated with wireless LANs."

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