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Aruba AP-105 access point offers support for 802.11n

Written by IT News on 3:48 AM

With the recent ratification of the new 802.11n wireless networking as standard, a number of network solution has been decided to launch new, supportive products. This is the case with the Sunnyvale, California-based Aruba Networks, which recently announced the debut of its new compact, dual-radio AP-105 802.11n Access Point. Designed to a higher setting above the default connection to allow the AP-105 is said to deliver enterprise-grade security, while offering support for high-throughput, streaming video and other support functions for customers with high quality wireless networking solution.

"Although there was a technical challenge as much functionality in a compact and affordable access, we believe that by doing so has really differentiated Aruba AP-105 products to sell for up to twice the price," said Keerti Melkote, Aruba's founder and technical director. "AP-105 targets customers need wire-like performance, a rich feature set, lifetime warranty, and very competitive prices. Those who need redundant Gigabit Ethernet ports, external antennas, MIMO 3x3, and / or FIPS 140-2 validation will find a solution to our award-winning AP 124 and AP-125 802.11n Access Points. between the AP 105 and AP-120 series, we covered entire 802.11n market falls."

Measuring only 132mm x 135mm x 45mm, is the AP-105 is said to weigh only 300 grams and provides a compact solution for wireless networks that are looking to upgrade their networks to the latest 802.11n technology. According to the company are the main characteristics of the AP-105 supports speeds up to 300 Mbps, PoE 802.3af standard, TPM (Trusted Platform Module) technology and Adaptive Radio Management (APM) for improved performance by managing customer behavior.

Designed to provide users with an alternative to 802.11n connectivity support, the new access point from Aruba Networks is listed on a price tag of U.S. $695, according to the company.

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