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Category: Mobility

Best of the Midmarket, Mobility, Cisco 2000 Wireless LAN Controller, Zebra QL 420 Plus, Xirrus XS-3900 Wireless LAN Array, HP ProCurve Wireless Access Point 530, D-Link Systems RangeBooster N 650 Router

Cisco 2000 Wireless LAN Controller
Price: $1,959.99

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Sure you want to communicate wirelessly, but what about security, scalability and the elusive promise of convergence? Are we doomed to a life of disparate devices if we want to be untethered? Not with Cisco's 2000 series of wireless LAN controllers. VARs will appreciate the 2000 controller's ability to deliver a truly unified wireless network to SMB customers. The Cisco 2000, which still bears the Airespace name, is ideal for end users requiring system-level security, scalability and radio-frequency management. As with all devices in the series, the 2000 communicates with Cisco's 1000 Series Lightweight Access Points over any Layer 2 or Layer 3 infrastructure using Lightweight Access Point Protocol (LWAPP). The device supports up to six lightweight access points, making it an especially cost-effective solution for small branch offices.

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Zebra QL 420 Plus
Price: $1,246.99
Printing takes on a whole new dimension when you can cut the cord. And that's exactly what Zebra's QL 420 Plus allows users to do. This printer handles increased levels of wireless security and processes complex applications up to four times faster than conventional devices, so it's ideal for secure data transfer. Midmarket customers, from retail stores to warehouses, can benefit by integrating mobile printing into their environments, and VARs get the promise of easy integration, annuity service and supplies revenue.

Xirrus XS-3900 Wireless LAN Array
Price: $12,000
The XS-3900 WLAN array from Xirrus manages to pack a bunch of radios and a wireless switch into a single chassis. Admins can deploy high-density networks while saving dramatically on rollout and installation costs. The LAN Array uses 16 nonoverlapping channels simultaneously to cut down on interference, maximizes bandwidth and is simple for midmarket customers to manage. This product's unique, award-winning architecture adds prestige and value to a solution provider's portfolio while expanding its customer base.

HP ProCurve Wireless Access Point 530
Price: $609.99
When it comes to the thrill of connecting to a new wireless network, security and network-management concerns can cut the honeymoon short. HP's ProCurve 530 is a standalone access point that protects a company's network from unauthorized access and delivers a comprehensive range of security and quality-of-service capabilities. VARs can bundle it into a comprehensive solution, and midmarket customers with remote offices will enjoy ProCurve's expanded capabilities.

D-Link Systems RangeBooster N 650 Router
Price: $154.99
Like most D-Link products, everything you need to know is in the name. The RangeBooster N 650 Router is part of D-Link's latest family of routers based on the new 802.11n draft standards, providing midmarket users with wireless networking performance that's up to 650 percent faster and a coverage area five times larger than current Wi-Fi technologies. The RangeBooster--sold 100 percent through the channel--also features Dual Active Firewall security and a Web-based user interface.

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