Bluesocket Intros 802.11n AP

Bluesocket announces availability of BlueSecure 80211.n access point

April 30, 2008

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LAS VEGAS -- Bluesocket, Inc., the leader in trusted wireless access and enterprise mobility, today announced availability of its 802.11n BlueSecure Access Point 1800 (BSAP-1800) based on draft 2.0 of the 802.11n standard. The only wireless LAN (WLAN) vendor offering 2nd generation enterprise-class multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) antenna technology, Bluesocket’s real-world experience with high throughput/coverage solutions delivers significant deployment, ease of use and performance advantages over competing solutions.

The BSAP-1800 complements Bluesocket’s existing 802.11n-ready BlueSecure Controller family and Edge-to-Edge™ direct forwarding architecture and has achieved 802.11n draft 2.0 WiFi Alliance certification, ensuring interoperability with standards-based WLAN solutions. Further, the unique ability of the Bluesocket WLAN solution to manage both Bluesocket Access Points and a wide variety of 3rd party APs allows customers to cost effectively transition from their existing WLAN environments to next-generation 802.11n networks and emerging mobility applications without the need for an all-or-nothing infrastructure upgrade.

“With Bluesocket, we aren’t forced to make a trade-off between performance and security,” said Dan O'Halloran, Network Supervisor at San Juan Unified School District. “The Bluesocket solution seamlessly handles our high-speed traffic, enabling us to offer secure wireless and mobility access to employees and visitors throughout 20 of our campuses. And now with the BSAP-1800 and Bluesocket’s 802.11n-ready wireless infrastructure, we’re in an excellent position to introduce a wider range of academic and collaborative services to our community of students and faculty.

Bluesocket Inc.

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