On the access point side Brocade has a family of 802.1n Wi-Fi access points (APs) that have multiple advanced capabilities including self healing mesh and Smart RF technology. The Brocade Mobility APs also provide remote backhaul capabilities that can enable a wireless WAN infrastructure.
Brocade Mobility APs are complemented by a the Brocade Mobility RFS series of controllers. The controllers provide control and management features as well as remote access VPN. Security is also part of the controller level with role based firewall and IPS services.
Brocade's RFS controllers are OEMed from Motorola.
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