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Trapeze Networks Announces World's First Centrally-Managed Enterprise-Class 802.11n Outdoor AP

PLEASANTON, Calif., Oct. 12 /PRNewswire/ -- Trapeze Networks, a Belden Brand (NYSE:BDC) , today introduces the world's first centrally-managed, enterprise-class outdoor 802.11n access point. The MP-632 is the newest member of Trapeze Networks' growing family of NonStop Wireless access points and can be easily configured to create reliable and secure large areas of high speed client access, bridges spanning many miles, or mesh networks enveloping the largest sites. And all of these configurations are easily, centrally managed. As the first enterprise-class 802.11n access point, it delivers up to ten times the performance of an 802.11 a/g access point and does so in the harshest climates or industrial settings. The MP-632 is immediately available at an MSRP of $3,995.00.

Kean University Steps into 21st Century Wireless Networking

"Since our founding in 1955, Kean University's objective is to provide a world-class education," said Joe Marinello of Kean University. "Working with our technology partner, Johnston Communications, Kean University has made a strategic investment to acquire and deploy a large number of Trapeze Networks' new outdoor 802.11n access points. We're doing this to build a 21st century learning environment for our students, faculty and administration. Learning can, and should, take place anytime, anywhere, and this implementation wireless networking moves us closer to achieving our goal."

NonStop Wireless Networking Wherever You Want to Go

"Whether it's a lumber mill in Brazil or a football stadium out in West Texas, a steel mill in China or the Florida Everglades, the MP-632 can handle the climate and conditions, said Ahmet Tuncay, chief technology officer at Trapeze Networks. "The MP-632 has been built on the foundation of Trapeze Networks' NonStop Wireless Networking technology."

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