Belden and Extricom ink partnership

Networking vendor Belden has announced a technology partnership with Extricom, the developer of the interference-free wireless LAN system.

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By  Eliot Beer Published  September 3, 2006

Networking vendor Belden has announced a technology partnership with Extricom, the developer of the interference-free wireless LAN system. “Belden’s name is synonymous with technology innovation, and we are honoured to have been selected to contribute a major piece to their wireless initiative,” said Gideon Rottem, CEO and co-founder of Extricom. “Due to Belden’s unprecedented market reach and their well-earned reputation for quality and reliability, our technologies will benefit customers worldwide.” Extricom’s wireless LAN system eliminates co-channel interference, by creating a ‘channel blanket’ wireless topology, as opposed to what the company describes as ‘cell-planning’. The vendor claims this allows it to deliver seamless and zero-latency mobility, and wire-like connections with guaranteed quality of service. This can then be used to deliver triple-play services (voice, video and data) to enterprise users, something many current wireless systems struggle with. “Belden is in the business of answering our customers’ signal transmission needs,” said Peter Sheehan, president of Belden Americas. “Our entry into wireless technology presents another avenue for the fulfilment of our customers’ needs, with unified wired-wireless solutions they can depend on. Extricom provides a highly differentiated technology that will be the basis for Belden’s future wireless products.”

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