Wi-Fi Alliance Certifies Engim

Engim EN-3001 gains Wi-Fi certification for interoperability and compliance

November 11, 2004

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ACTON, Mass. -- Engim, Inc., developers of next-generation silicon technologies that redefine the capacity, security and manageability of wireless LAN infrastructure, today announced that its EN-3001 Intelligent Wideband WLAN Chipset has achieved Wi-Fi® Alliance product certification. The certification verifies the compatibility and interoperability of solutions based on Engim's award-winning All Services Access Point (ASAP(TM)) technology with standards-based 802.11 WLAN products. Engim-enabled ASAP-based 802.11 access points deliver the full capacity, performance and traffic management needed to simultaneously support an array of current and emerging enterprise Wi-Fi services such as voice, data, security and management from a single platform.

Wi-Fi Alliance certification validates the interoperability of Engim's EN-3001 Intelligent Wideband WLAN Chipset, which is providing the foundation for a new generation of Wi-Fi infrastructure that redefines enterprise networks. EN-3001-based access points efficiently deliver the comprehensive array of enterprise 802.11 services that today typically require the installation of multiple hardware platforms and overlay networks. This All Services AP capability is the basis for 'future proof' AP solutions with superior capacity, performance, and economics to fully meet the needs of an increasingly mission-critical wireless networks. The Engim EN-3001 Intelligent Wideband Wireless WLAN chipset delivers capacity gains of up to 50 times that of today's single channel APs, making it ideal for today's bandwidth-intensive enterprise applications such as converging data, voice and video.

Engim CEO Nick Finamore notes: "Obtaining Wi-Fi Alliance certification is further proof that the Engim Intelligent Wideband WLAN Chipset significantly enhances the capability for WLAN infrastructure while maintaining compatibility with industry standard clients. We are very pleased to have earned Wi-Fi certification on our first attempt, and attribute this latest success to the capability of our product and the expertise of our development team."

Engim Inc.

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