Dept. of Energy lab nails down wireless security

Wednesday, 13 June 2007, 1:50 AM EST

PNNLís new Campus Camera and Emergency Call Station system uses Ciscoís Aironet wireless mesh technology for security cameras and access point interactions. By using this wireless technology, the lab says it was able to keep the cost of the system down to $2.8 million.

Not only is the self-healing mesh network less expensive than a traditional wired system, it also offers greater redundancy, lab officials say.

At NetworkWorld.

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