Motorola (MOT) has deployed a campus-wide WLAN for Nanjing University of Posts and Telecommunications to enable multimedia Internet-based teaching, automatic academic office management, Internet access, and long-distance teaching.

The Motorola (MOT) has deployed a campus-wide WLAN for Nanjing University of Posts and Telecommunications to enable multimedia Internet-based teaching, automatic academic office management, Internet access, and long-distance teaching.

The Nanjing University of Posts and Telecommunications WLAN features Motorola solutions for indoor and outdoor coverage, enabling an all-wireless enterprise. To deliver campus-wide coverage spanning more than 4.5 million square feet and with the potential to support 15,000 users, the WLAN required 600 access points including Motorola AP300 wireless access ports and mesh-enabled AP-5131 access points. The campus also utilizes Motorola's RFS7000 RF switch which features the Wi-NG architecture and the RF Management suite. The mesh connectivity of the AP-5131 complements the existing wired network points and extends the WLAN outdoors blanketing virtually every open space across the university.

Motorola's enterprise WLAN solution centrally manages all the wireless APs and integrates with the telecommunications network. This enables the IT management team to control and monitor the entire wireless network at the campus network center to ensure that the system is able to automatically detect and report any AP errors and seamlessly adjust the power of nearby APs to compensate for blind spot areas.

"With its high performance and scalability, Motorola's wireless LAN solutions will provide the university with reliable, end-to-end coverage, security and manageability both outdoors and inside academic and administrative buildings, hostels, and canteens," said Xu Jianzheng, campus network manager, Nanjing University of Posts and Telecommunications. WLAN features Motorola solutions for indoor and outdoor coverage, enabling an all-wireless enterprise. To deliver campus-wide coverage spanning more than 4.5 million square feet and with the potential to support 15,000 users, the WLAN required 600 access points including Motorola AP300 wireless access ports and mesh-enabled AP-5131 access points. The campus also utilizes Motorola's RFS7000 RF switch which features the Wi-NG architecture and the RF Management suite. The mesh connectivity of the AP-5131 complements the existing wired network points and extends the WLAN outdoors blanketing virtually every open space across the university.

Motorola's enterprise WLAN solution centrally manages all the wireless APs and integrates with the telecommunications network. This enables the IT management team to control and monitor the entire wireless network at the campus network center to ensure that the system is able to automatically detect and report any AP errors and seamlessly adjust the power of nearby APs to compensate for blind spot areas.

"With its high performance and scalability, Motorola's wireless LAN solutions will provide the university with reliable, end-to-end coverage, security and manageability both outdoors and inside academic and administrative buildings, hostels, and canteens," said Xu Jianzheng, campus network manager, Nanjing University of Posts and Telecommunications.

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