The key to successful wireless systems is the seamless integration of the mobile computer to the host network and host application. qdata provides companies the ability to expand their network through industry leading wireless infrastructure solutions; from wireless access points and gateways, to wireless switches and WAN based networking.
qdata’s Value Added Wireless Infrastructure Solutions:
- Support of Bluetooth, 802.11 a/b/g, GPSM, GSM radios
- Complete process design and site surveys
- Installation, training and ongoing maintenance
- Device management solutions over the wireless network for mobile computer deployment and maintenance
Partner Spotlight: Aerohive
Aerohive Networks unleashes the potential of enterprise Wi-Fi, enabling customers to stop buying copper, move applications to the air, and maximize workforce productivity. The company's award-winning cooperative control architecture eliminates costly controllers, saving money and providing unprecedented resiliency, up to 10X better application performance, and an opportunity to start small and expand without limitations.
Aerohive's cooperative control wireless LAN architecture pushes network control and data forwarding to wireless LAN access points at the edge of the network, providing important business benefits.
Aerohive Networks has introduced an innovative new class of wireless infrastructure equipment called a Cooperative Control Access Point (CC-AP). A CC-AP combines an enterprise-class access point with a suite of cooperative control protocols and functions to provide all of the benefits of a controller-based wireless LAN solution, but without requiring a controller or an overlay network. Aerohive Networks implementation of a CC-AP is called a HiveAP.
This cooperative control functionality enables multiple HiveAPs to be organized into groups, or "hives," that share control information between HiveAPs to enable functions like fast layer 2/layer 3 roaming, cooperative RF management, security and mesh networking. This capability enables a next generation wireless LAN architecture, called a cooperative control wireless LAN Architecture, that provides all of the benefits of a controller-based architecture, but is easier to deploy and expand, lower cost, more reliable, more scalable, more ubiquitously deployable, higher performing and more suitable for voice over wireless LAN than today's controller-based architectures.
HiveAPs discover each other whether they are connected to each other over a wired network, or wirelessly. When neighbors are found with the same hive or mobility credentials, they can build secure connections to each other. Once the neighbor relationships have been established between HiveAPs, they use cooperative control protocols to provide seamless mobility, cooperative RF management, resiliency and best path forwarding.
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