Ventev Wireless Infrastructure, a division of Tessco Technologies (NASDAQ: TESS), announced that at the 2014 BICSI Winter Conference & Exhibition (Feb. 2-6), it will showcase "an all-encompassing ecosystem of products and solutions designed to deploy, protect, power, and improve the performance of Wi-Fi radios."
This will mark Ventev’s first appearance at a BICSI conference.
Comprised of three core product lines -- TerraWave Solutions, Ventev, and Wireless Solutions -- Ventev Wireless Infrastructure aims to provides datacom installers, system integrators, and end-users with a comprehensive offering of wireless products, from antennas, enclosures, cable and cable accessories, to more complex, fully integrated power and outdoor wireless enclosure systems. At the BICSI Winter show, Ventev will showcase a variety of products, including:
-- Wall-Mount Enclosure for Wi-Fi Access Points (Tessco No. 525107); provides optimal Wi-Fi coverage in high-ceiling structures.
-- Warehouse Enclosure Solution With Integrated Antenna (Tessco No. 393116); improves RF coverage and provides maximum protection in challenging, open-area environments.
-- High-Density Ceiling-Mount Wi-Fi Antenna for Wi-Fi Access Points (Tessco No. 567653); camouflages a Wi-Fi access point for improved capacity, aesthetics and security.
-- 802.11n/ac Patch Antenna (Tessco No. 544625); operates with both 802.11n and 802.11ac access points, and enables a seamless transition to the new standard.
-- PoE Outdoor Enclosure System for Cisco 3602e Access Points (Tessco No. 514458); allows indoor access points to be deployed in outdoor environments.
-- PoE Freezer Enclosure System for Cisco 3602e Access Points (Tessco No. 569608); powers and protects indoor access points in refrigerator-type applications.
Visit www.terra-wave.com/BICSI-2014 for more information on the ecosystem of products and solutions Ventev will have on display at its BICSI Winter show, booth #628, at the Rosen Shingle Creek Resort in Orlando, Florida.
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