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BlueSecure Access Point 1500 with Zero Config Technology

Bluesocket has announced their new 802.11 a/b/g BlueSecure Access Point 1500 is now shipping. The enterprise class AP requires no configuration from the end user and includes the industry’s first centralized RF sensor.

The Zero-Config technology is a main feature for the BlueSecure Access Point, it’s ease of use will appeal to a wide range of customers for quick and seamless deployment.

“Our expanded portfolio was developed as a result of customer feedback to meet demanding requirements to secure and simplify complex wireless networks,” said Ralph Calistri, CEO of Bluesocket.

BlueSecure Access Points are designed to automatically locate a BlueSecure Controller, update configuration/firmware and tunnel all their traffic over existing infrastructure without changes.

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