Cisco's Unified Wireless Network

Tuesday, 9 May 2006, 2:55 AM EST

The Unified Wireless Network is largely based on the product line and technologies the company got in its Airespace acquisition, leaving owners of stand-alone Cisco IOS-based APs--what Cisco calls "autonomous APs"--asking, "What about me?" In discussions with Cisco, it became clear to us that the company doesn't see these autonomous APs as going away, nor does it see them as being in conflict with the controller-based system.

At Network Computing.

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