Friday, January 16, 2009

Cisco M Drive Technology

As part of the Cisco Motion strategy and vision, Cisco has introduced Cisco M-Drive technology, a set of tools to facilitate the transition to 802.11n by helping deliver a scalable, reliable wireless foundation. A systemwide feature of the Cisco Unified Wireless Network, M-Drive addresses the four most important concerns of adopting a robust, business-ready wireless network: reliability, scalability, compatibility, and security.
The Cisco Unified Wireless Network relies on the Cisco portfolio of 802.11n access points: the Cisco Aironet 1250 Series and the Cisco Aironet 1140 Series. The 1250 Series is a ruggedized platform with external antennas, designed for challenging RF environments. The 1140 Series is optimized for office environments, with a sleek design and integrated antennas.
Cisco M-Drive technology offers tangible benefits such as:
• Enterprise-hardened access point designs appropriate for both office and ruggedized environments

• Greater wireless capacity and coverage

• Optimized client performance

• Simple wireless management

Cisco M-Drive technology simplifies the adoption of 802.11n by building on Cisco's experience in wireless design, testing, and validation. When deploying a Cisco 802.11n solution with Cisco M-Drive technology, you get the confidence of having:
• The solution that is used as the benchmark for the Wi-Fi Alliance 802.11n test bed

• A solution that has been extensively tested with Intel Centrino based laptops and is Centrino Certified

• A solution that integrates seamlessly into your existing Cisco wired network infrastructure

In all cases, Cisco M-Drive technology is fully compatible with all new 802.11n and existing 802.11a/g equipment. In this way it helps facilitate the adoption of 802.11n while extending the useful life of existing 802.11a/g solutions.

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