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Motorola jacks up high-end 802.11n Wi-Fi controller capacity tenfold

John Cox, Network World | May 3, 2011
Motorola Solutions recasts its enterprise WLAN products, aiming to make 802.11n affordable for large-scale, distributed networks.

The AP 6532 offers the same virtual controller capability, but has two 11n radios. It can handle data traffic in both bands at the same time, or one of the radios can be set up as a continuous RF scanner. The price will be under $800, shipping in May or June.

Finally, the AP 7161 can be bought as either a two- or three-radio outdoor model, with the full range of WiNG virtual controller features. The same controller infrastructure supports a mixed 11n indoor-outdoor WLAN, shipping in May or June.


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