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September 30, 2008

Trapeze wins Hangzhou Wi-Fi Metropolitan Area Network project

Trapeze Networks, a brand of US-based Belden, which designs, manufactures and markets signal transmission solutions, has won the Hangzhou Wi-Fi Metropolitan Area Network project.

By CBR Staff Writer

According to Trapeze Networks, it is deploying more than 3,000 access points in Hangzhou, allowing the city’s 6.5 million residents to access nonstop wireless networking.

More than half of the Wi-Fi products, solutions and services used in Hangzhou’s Wi-Fi Metropolitan Area Network will be provided and managed by Trapeze Networks and Commnet. More than 3,000 Trapeze Networks’ Mobility Point access points, together with Trapeze Networks’ Mobility Exchange WLAN controllers and RingMaster management software, will be deployed in phase one.

Jim Vogt, president of Trapeze Networks, said: We are very proud to be involved in Hangzhou Wi-Fi City project. This is the first time Trapeze Networks has worked on a city-level Wi-Fi project in China where the entire range of our Smart Mobile products will be used.

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