Strix to Supply 4.9 GHz Network in Mass. (12/5)
Tuesday, December 05, 2006 | Comments
Galaxy Internet Services selected Strix Systems to provide its high-capacity, multiradio mesh network for the citywide Wi-Fi network in Brookline, Mass. The network, which incorporates long-range 4.9 GHz access, simultaneous 2.4 GHz access, and high-capacity integrated dual-radio 5 GHz backhaul, is critical to achieving Brookline's public-safety requirements, the firm said. The network will support a variety of public-safety and municipal applications and provide Wi-Fi services to a population of more than 58,000. The Strix OWS will enable Brookline's Police Department to gain immediate access to police reports and crime incidents and to perform remote video surveillance. In addition, the network will support traditional Internet services and VoIP for public safety, municipal, and commercial/consumer applications.

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