Renasis announced the launch of its DDC36g Integrated High Powered Access Point

April 12, 2006

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LEHI, Utah -- Renasis, LLC, a leading technology innovator specializing in the design, development and manufacture of wireless communications products today announced the launch of its DDC36g Integrated High Powered Access Point. A first of its kind product, the DDC36g incorporates access point, amplifier, network switch and antenna into a single compact and highly efficient network component. The DDC36g features two data ports which are Power over Ethernet (POE) enabled, allowing devices to be daisy chained together, eliminating miles of cabling and maximizing the range of wireless networks.

“The DDC36g delivers unprecedented performance and return on investment” said Ki Chun, president of Renasis. “Maximum location flexibility for deployment planning, feature rich software controls and advanced security features are all issues of vital consideration for system administrators when implementing a wireless network. The DDC36g meets these requirements at a significantly reduced cost and lower installation time, making it the ideal wireless networking solution for hospitality environments, campuses, apartment complexes and local Wi-Fi hotspots.”

Small and compact, the DDC36g provides extremely fast wireless transmission, utilizing the IEEE 802.11g standard, which ensures compatibility with all 802.11b and 802.11g equipment. Power over Ethernet (PoE) allows installation of the devices where power outlets are not readily available. A built-in 10/100 switch creates a super wide data backbone which allows for unimpeded backhaul between devices. The web based network manager provides network administrators the flexibility of easy configuring and monitoring of devices.

Renasis LLC

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