Xirrus Boosts Wireless Voice Support

Wi-Fi hardware startup Xirrus last week introduced software that improves the voice support capabilities of its flagship product, the Wireless LAN Array.

Wi-Fi hardware startup Xirrus last week introduced software that improves the voice support capabilities of its flagship product, the Wireless LAN Array.

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Newly added capabilities include support for SpectraLinks Voice Priority protocol, sub-10-millisecond roaming between radios, and better control over voice and data traffic classification and prioritization—including the ability to create separate SSIDs for voice traffic.

The Wireless LAN Array is the first of a new category of hardware that combines access point radios and a switch into a single product. The software is available immediately as a free upgrade.

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