Wireless Mesh Network Technology Adds Enhanced Security, Boosts Performance

Oct. 8, 2008
The latest release of the company’s wireless mesh network technology, SNAP 2.1, promises fast and reliable machine communication to designers of embedded products. The updated version includes enhanced security support, better performance, and

The latest release of the company’s wireless mesh network technology, SNAP 2.1, promises fast and reliable machine communication to designers of embedded products. The updated version includes enhanced security support, better performance, and expanded connectivity. It also supports the standard AES-128 protocol encryption for high-level security applications. Applications include energy infrastructure, homeland-security systems, commercial-irrigation systems, wastewater management, seismic monitoring, HVAC, advanced metering infrastructure, and medical drug carts, amongst others. SNAP 2.1, is available on the company’s off-the-shelf RF Engines modules and for porting. For pricing, call SYNAPSE, Huntsville, AL. (877) 982-7888.

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