Sunday, June 29, 2008

NetworkWorld: Meru, Aruba top researcher's 802.11n rankings

"A recent, multidimensional evaluation of 802.11n wireless LAN vendors compiled by ABI Research reflects the complexity facing IT departments as they conduct their own assessments of enterprise-class 802.11n prospects. In what was more or less a photo finish, Meru Networks edged out its fierce rival, Aruba Networks, as the leading vendor in ABI’s latest Vendor Matrix, released last week. Motorola took the No. 3 spot.

Note that while these vendors received the highest overall rankings, criteria were weighted, and other companies excelled in certain areas in their own right. So, depending on what’s important to you, you might wish to weigh certain factors differently and, thus, come up with the same or different “winners.”"

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