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Kanok Karn
22nd June 2011, 10:36
Motorola’s WiNG 5 WLAN offers a simpler, more cost-effective way to support business-critical voice, video and data applications by enabling access points (AP) to locally enforce security policies, provide quality of service (QoS) and mobility, and intelligently forward traffic directly along optimal paths to avoid controller bottlenecks.

Motorola Solutions, Inc. (NYSE: MSI) today announced WiNG 5 WLAN, the next generation architecture along with an expanded portfolio with single-, dual- and tri-radio 802.11n access points (APs) and a powerful Integrated Services Controller designed to help distributed organizations effectively manage thousands of APs from a network operations center (NOC) for a continental or global deployment. The new WiNG 5 WLAN distributes intelligence and network services to the edge of the network to eliminate choke points faced by traditional hub-and-spoke architectures, This helps IT departments provide a better quality of experience for mobile voice, video and data services, gain the flexibility required to meet evolving infrastructure needs and deliver a lower total cost of ownership across the lifetime of their mobility investment.

Ideally suited for retailers, government agencies, hospital campuses , school districts and enterprises operating multiple facilities across wide geographies, these WiNG 5 solutions offer a cost-effective means of supporting the most demanding wireless applications and large numbers of wireless devices. The result is a WLAN infrastructure that delivers a consistently better user experience regardless of location or application; one that network administrators can easily deploy, manage, troubleshoot and expand as new mobile services are added.

Motorola WiNG 5 WLAN solutions help make deploying the latest mobile applications affordable to more organizations by requiring less wireless controllers, featuring APs that cover more area and have built-in sensors for a Wireless Intrusion Protection System (WIPS) or network assurance, and by reducing operating costs through the integrated AirDefense Solutions for network management, security and network assurance.