Wavelink Communications announces Meru Networks awarded patent that addresses problem of Wi-Fi network congestion meltdowns

Melbourne, February 15, 2011 – Wavelink Communications, a value added distributor of business IP, wireless and communication solutions, has announced that Meru Networks, the leader in virtualised 802.11n enterprise wireless networking, has been awarded a patent for its ground breaking virtualised wireless LAN (WLAN) architecture. 

Patent no. 7,826,426 covers Meru’s Virtual Port technology, designed to address the problem of a Microcell Wi-Fi meltdown and wireless network congestion.  Meru’s newly patented unique technology provides wired switch-like bandwidth optimisation and security for enterprises that increasingly need to manage environments with growing density of iPads, iPhones and similar next-generation smartphone mobile devices, such as Android-based wireless devices.

Ilan Rubin, managing director, Wavelink Communications, said, “The explosion of mobile devices used by mobile workers in all types of businesses will drive infrastructure density in many places over the next few years increasing the demand, and sophistication required, for wireless networks. Read more ❯