ASI Solutions secures two new Meru Networks wireless LAN contracts

Canterbury College in Waterford, QLD and Mount St Benedict College in Pennant Hills, NSW have chosen Meru Networks’ 802.11n wireless local area network (LAN) to provide pervasive wireless coverage for students and teachers.

The solution was ordered through Wavelink Communications’ channel partner ASI Solutions and will be installed in both sites in December for use in term 1, 2010.

Jonathan Ordman, director, Wavelink Communications, said, “Meru Networks’ wireless LAN provides students with the very best in wireless access to enhance their learning experience, while at the same time providing an easy to manage solution for any school.”

Catriona Ormond, education specialist, ASI Solutions, said, “Meru Networks’ wireless LAN was selected by both schools based on its unique virtual cell approach that makes wireless network deployment and management much simpler than traditional micro-cell solutions, which require complex channel planning.

“Once schools see Meru Networks’ wireless LAN in action, it becomes an extremely easy choice, even when up against more well-established wireless LAN vendors.”

About Wavelink

Wavelink Communications (www.wavelink.com.au) specialises in the supply, marketing and support of a range of leading edge IP telephony and wireless solutions. Wavelink distributes a range of products from Polycom, Digium and Meru Networks.

About ASI

ASI Solutions (ASI) was founded in 1985 and is managed by founders Ken and Maree Lowe.

ASI provides a range of IT solutions and services to Education, Government and Corporate customers.

With established sales and service ICT operations across all Australian capital cities, ASI directly manages all service delivery and logistics operations through its Botany NSW head office. ASI also has direct sales and services branches in Australia Capital Territory, Victoria, Queensland, South Australia and Western Australia.

About Meru Networks

Meru Networks develops and markets wireless infrastructure solutions that enable the All-Wireless Enterprise.

Its industry-leading innovations deliver pervasive, wireless service fidelity for business-critical applications to major Fortune 500 enterprises, universities, healthcare organisations and local, state and federal government agencies.

Meru’s award-winning Air Traffic Control technology brings the benefits of the cellular world to the wireless LAN environment, and its WLAN System is the only solution on the market that delivers predictable bandwidth and over-the-air quality of service with the reliability, scalability and security necessary to deliver converged voice and data services over a single WLAN infrastructure.

Founded in 2002, Meru is based in Sunnyvale, Calif. For more information, visit www.merunetworks.com.

Media contact

Traci St Lawrence

Recognition PR

02 9252 2266

tsl@recognition.com.au

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