Tropos Networks delivers equipment that transforms Wi-Fi into a scalable, high-performance networking infrastructure. FHP's products enable Wi-Fi deployments that were previously difficult or impossible. The company's mission is to enable pervasive wireless broadband. Adding routing to wired networks enabled the interconnectivity that fueled the Internet boom. The next step is to add routing and intelligence to broadband wireless. FHP's patent-pending technology does just that, allowing Wi-Fi to reach escape velocity and fueling the wireless data explosion. The Tropos cellular Wi-Fi system is based on distributed intelligence. Each Wi-Fi cell, in addition to using Wi-Fi to communicate with standard 802.11 clients, passes data wirelessly back to a Wi-Fi cell gateway, attached to the wired network. The cells continuously monitor the quality of the wireless links and forward traffic in the best path to the wired gateway. In this way, the cells work together to optimize performance across the network. By optimizing for data transfer to the wired environment, the Tropos system automatically mirrors the prevalent application architecture, client/server.
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