The company claims that the solution will enable clients to optimize mobile communications through wireless access points that can support up to 50 percent more mobile devices than existing technology.
Technology major Hewlett and Packard announced a new mobile access solution.
The company claims that the solution is the industry’s first dual-radio 802.11n solution with 900 Mb/s signaling, and will enable clients to optimize mobile communications through wireless access points that can support up to 50 percent more mobile devices than existing technology.
HP is offering access points that transmit three data streams per wireless radio as opposed to two, enabling the new mobile access solution.
The new technology delivers up to 15 concurrent high-definition video conferencing sessions on the network, while prior 802.11n offerings supported only 10, and 802.11g supported just one.
Built on the HP Converged Infrastructure strategy, the HP mobile access solution operates as a converged network solution for both wired and wireless environments.
“Clients are demanding increased capacity and performance from their wireless networks without increasing complexity, management requirements or costs,” said Subhodeep Bhattacharya, director, Networking, HP India. “HP is eliminating traditional barriers with innovation that gives clients a wire-like experience that speeds service delivery over wireless communications, offers broader coverage areas and delivers security consistent with the wired network.”
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