Proxim's mesh technology enables municipal and service provider network managers to simplify Wi-Fi deployment for their broadband citywide and public safety networks. The ORiNOCO Mesh Creation Protocol (OMCP) allows creation of self-forming and self-healing non-line of sight (NLOS) mesh networks. Differentiating characteristics of Proxim's mesh products include: a dual-radio configuration, increasing system capacity by allowing one radio to focus on Wi-Fi access and the other radio to perform mesh backhaul duties; Quality of Service (QoS) enabling voice and video capability; and enterprise-class security features. If a mesh link becomes obstructed, client traffic is dynamically re-routed, ensuring uninterrupted video streams and voice calls.
|ORiNOCO® Wi-Fi Mesh Series
|High-Capacity Wi-Fi Mesh Access Points Deliver Flexible, Scalable, and Reliable Voice and Data for Large Metropolitan and Enterprise Wi-Fi Deployments. The dual-radio architecture delivers data, voice and video over Wi-Fi to the edge of a network over a flexible, auto-forming, self-healing, near line of sight mesh backbone.
|ORiNOCO® Public Safety Wi-Fi Mesh Series
|High-Performance Mesh Access Points Deliver Scalability for Large Public Safety and Wi-Fi Deployments. Supporting both 4.9 GHz public safety and 2.4 GHz metropolitan Wi-Fi networks through dual 4.9/2.4 GHz radios, the ORiNOCO Public Safety Wi-Fi Mesh tri-mode outdoor mesh access points deliver the versatility and feature robustness required by today's demanding emergency response and metro Wi-Fi applications.