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Strix Systems deployed a Wi-Fi network to support voice and data at the Voice on the Net (VON) show: Strix says that one IT manager deployed 25 nodes in a day. All but two were fully wireless so the network operated on a mesh architecture. Strix reports that as many as 450 users were on the network at one time, with 25 percent of them using voice devices. The network separated voice and data traffic, giving priority to voice traffic.
It would be nice to get more of a third party evaluation of the network, only because Strix and Pulver have a vested interest in the success of this network. Still, it sounds like it was a fairly simple network to deploy and it supported a high volume of voice and data users.
Posted by nancyg at March 29, 2005 6:27 AM
Categories: Temporary Ntworks
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