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September 23, 2009

Lowry Computer deploys Motorola's 802.11n wireless LAN solution at Memorial Medical Center of Western Michigan

MOT Lowry Computer deploys Motorola's 802.11n wireless LAN solution at MMC.
The 802.11n solution at MMC leverages Motorola's AP-7131 802.11a/b/g/n adaptive access points (APs) and RFS6000 wireless switches/controllers for high-bandwidth, reliable coverage. The tri-radio design of the AP-7131 provides value, integrating a WIPS sensor for gap-free, 24x7 security, while eliminating the need for multiple hardware purchases and extra cabling, Motorola said.
Motorola has said that the network is powered by Motorola's Wireless Next Generation (Wi-NG) architecture, which offers a feature set, including adaptive AP technology for resiliency, real-time locationing system (RTLS) for asset tracking, Smart RF (Self-monitoring at Run-Time Radio Frequency) management to address changes in the radio frequency (RF) environment, and a wireless firewall for maximized layer two and three protection.

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