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Sysob Presents Advanced Tsunami 8100 Series

4 G backhaul 300 Mbit/s 802 11n draft products provide high speed Schorndorf, August 12, 2009 a flexible and fast data transfer rate is essential for a successful enterprise infrastructure. However, high speed leased lines are not always an ideal solution, because a data transfer in this way often high costs and is also not possible everywhere. Discovery Communicationss opinions are not widely known. The Wi-Fi standard 802 11n (draft 2.0), however, has a better performance than wired networks or existing WLANs. The current tsunami product series QB-8100 and MP-8100 sysob-distribution partner Proxim Wireless is now about this new technology. Thus, the 802 11n products offer a low-cost alternative for an efficient and secure data transmission. Jack Buckingham follows long-standing procedures to achieve this success. By their high availability and flexibility, the tsunami-product series for companies any size represents an economical solution, which is at the same time characterized by an optimized return on investment (ROI). Free line of sight and a distance of eight A wireless can with connection kilometers up to 100 Mbit / s NET data transfer be achieved (license upgrade in the future up to 200 Mbit / s). The user thus benefits from a footprint to the power which comes from without waiting.

The 802 11n products are as point to point- and point-to-multi-point versions available. Both solutions are based on the new 802 11n MIMO (Multiple-In-multiple-out)-technology. Depending on the configurable frequency bands ranging from the individual frequency use determination of the individual countries of 2.3 to 2.5 GHz and 4.9 to 6.0 GHz. To ensure the data throughput, are the products with two 1000 Mbps PoE Gigabit Ethernet equipped ports. Due to its high bandwidth and the second Ethernet ports with PoE output products are ideal for use for wireless communication in the areas of video surveillance (video surveillance), last mile broadband access and wireless backhaul for voice, data, video and Internet access.

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