WLANS to Get More Secure

Monday, 29 April 2002, 1:49 PM EST

ReefEdge Inc. is readying a wireless solution for carriers that want to offer WLAN services and IT managers who want assurances data is secure.

The Fort Lee, N.J., company this week will introduce ReefEdge SPS (Service Provider Solution), a combination of servers and controllers that supports wireless LANs and WANs and links them to enterprise security and management systems. Aimed at carriers, SPS is designed to help service providers persuade enterprise customers to use hot spots, or WLAN access in public places. "What we're looking at is to go away from just raw consumer Internet access and position the hot spots as corporate remote access centers," said Inder Gopal, CEO of ReefEdge.

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