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Proxim unleashes wireless Tsunami

The new range of solutions is designed to handle specific challenges related to bandwidth intensive applications.

Proxim Wireless has launched a new range of  base station units, subscriber units and bridges for secure wireless connectivity, called Tsunami(tm) MP.11 HS (High Security).

According to Proxim, the solution has been designed to handle the specific challenges of delivering bandwidth-intensive video to mobile law enforcement vehicles, enabling mobile security patrol units to view wireless video surveillance in real-time. The Tsunami MP.11 HS enables this via new support of the U.S governmental 1.8GHz frequency while also enabling mobile roaming with seamless handoffs at speeds of up to 200 km/hour.

"At Proxim we have led the innovation of wireless backhaul solutions for security and surveillance, data connectivity and VoIP for years, and today we continue that trend with the addition of our Tsunami MP.11 HS line of products," said Pankaj Manglik, president and CEO of Proxim Wireless. "As the security landscape evolves, hyper-secure organisations continue to look to Proxim for their wireless broadband needs. Security applications like wireless video surveillance remain a strong market for us, and we are proud to provide the industry's most scalable, ultra-secure solution."

Proxim states that the new products can provide governments, utilities and ultra-secure enterprises with FIPS 140-2 level 2 compliant point-to-point and point-to-multipoint products in the 5.1-5.95 GHz, 4.9 GHz, 2.4 GHz, and 1.8 GHz frequency bands.

Proxim is making the new product family available for all customers globally. This means that all enterprises and organisations concerned with deploying ultra-secure point-to-point and point-to-multipoint wireless systems possible now have access to Proxim's MP.11 HS solution.

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