Tuesday, September 18, 2007

Meru Networks Named Fastest Growing Enterprise Wireless LAN Company Worldwide by Gartner

"Meru Networks, the leader in workplace mobility infrastructure for wireless Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP), data and video, today announced it has been named by Gartner, Inc. as the fastest growing wireless local-area network (WLAN) vendor and the fourth largest WLAN vendor in the world based on total vendor revenue. In a September 2007 report titled “Market Share: Enterprise Wireless LAN Equipment, Worldwide, 2Q07” Meru is the only WLAN vendor to attain triple-digit growth from the first to the second quarter of 2007, with more than 100 percent growth in revenue. In comparison, growth of the overall WLAN market for the same period was reported as 11 percent.
Meru’s unique 4th generation Mobile Scale™ WLAN system delivers mobile connectivity with the full quality of service (QOS) the enterprise needs, regardless of density of users or mix of VoIP, data and video applications. Meru’s products represent the industry's most scalable and comprehensive wireless solution, delivering pervasive over-the-air coverage, capacity, performance and compatibility. IT organizations recognize that by deploying Meru’s WLAN system, they are not just choosing a wireless network infrastructure that meets their demands today, but one that is also purpose-built for future requirements. "

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