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HP touts greater capacity of new 11n Wi-Fi access points

John Cox | March 1, 2011
Hewlett-Packard's new 802.11n Wi-Fi access points include two models that support three data streams, capable of yielding a data rate of 450Mbps per radio, or 900Mbps per access point. That translates into greater throughput, sustained over longer distances, compared with products that use two data streams.

The new access points, updated controller firmware, and new release of the network management application are all available now.

The E-Series Multi Service Mobility (MSM) 430 has a U.S. list price of $699; the MSM460 and 466, with three spatial streams, list for $999. All three come with HP's lifetime warranty. More information can be found online at HP.


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