News for the Hospitality Executive
Less is More!
Motorola Launches WiNG 5 -
the Less Complicated, Less Expensive Method
for More Capacity and Agility of Your Hotel's Wireless Network
Schaumburg, IL—January 26, 2011—Motorola, Inc. announces the launch of its WiNG 5 Wireless Architecture, the less complicated, less expensive way to get better direct routing and resilience from your wireless network so that it meets the demands of any number of mobile devices—in every corner of your hotel.
Improving the performance and agility of your wireless network now prepares you to meet the data-intensive demands of the newest wave of mobile devices—often carried by your most valued guests. WiNG 5’s strong, reliable network also improves the mobile communications among your staff, smoothing check-in and check-out and the fulfillment of maintenance, food service, and other guest requests.
WiNG 5 also simplifies your IT job, requiring less hardware and fewer controllers to build a fully functioning network. Plus, our network-aware access points (APs) collaborate to determine the optimal routing paths to take to avoid bottlenecks, jittery videos, or poor voice quality, regardless of how many devices are on the network—so you can keep the following benefits of mobility flowing:
Motorola’s WiNG 5 WLAN solutions offer all the benefits of 11n—and then some. Our distributed architecture extends QoS, security, and mobility services to the APs so you get better direct routing and network resilience. That means no bottleneck at the wireless controller, no latency issues for voice applications, and no jitter in your streaming video. And with our broad selection of access points and flexible network configurations, you get the network you need with less hardware to buy. Learn about the less complicated, less expensive way to more capacity, more agility, and more satisfied users.
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