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rebranding as "the mobile edge" company is a chuckle , what is that suppose to mean to anyone anyway? yes. I saw the editors note :-)
Get a Netscreen box at home and VPN back into the coporate office. Put a VPN client on your laptop and use the hotel's public Internet access. Both simple solutions that accomplish the same thing.
Nice job calling out Cisco though. Don't know how smart that was...
No more routers and switches for small offices, no more VPN concentrators for centeral offices. Remote users get the same wireless access that users enjoy at the centeral site.
To answer the more general question, I believe it will work. The technology is nothing new, as was noted with the post about NetScreen (or Cisco's small office wireless router), but the marketing is perfect. One of the toughest things about Wi-Fi in the enterprise is supporting end users at home, and if the product works (always a question with Wi-Fi startups), this is could solve that problem securely and simply.
I have an AP here on my desk that appears to be the corporate WLAN connected only to my cable modem.
it was more of an ill-concieved product than a tagline. and I think it walked out the door with Callische...
Yeah, I remember him. I think he went to Fracas Networks, right?