Fluke Networks wins Interop award for innovative handheld Wi-Fi tester
Interop, Tokyo 2010 awards AirCheck(TM) Wi-Fi Tester Best of show for Evaluation Products
Launched in March 2010, Fluke Networks' AirCheck tester is the first dedicated, handheld product that delivers quick and easy troubleshooting for today's increasingly complex wireless local area networks (WLAN). Offering simple, intuitive operation, the rugged new Wi-Fi tester can be learned and used in minutes by frontline IT professionals, even if they have little previous wireless network experience, and is an affordable option for every enterprise, large or small.
Delighted with the award, Mark Bauman, Director, Portable Network Tools, Fluke Networks, commented: "This award recognizes the innovative design of the AirCheck tester and is further proof of the importance of providing tools that truly make IT professionals' jobs easier."
Fluke Networks' AirCheck tester provides a single, handheld solution for engineers and technicians looking for fast and effective Wi-Fi network visibility. Through an intuitive interface, users can easily verify and troubleshoot 802.11 a/b/g/n network availability, connectivity, channel utilization and security settings. The AirCheck tester allows users to identify coverage and connectivity problems, find unauthorized or rogue access points (APs), see overloaded networks and channels, detect interference and validate security settings.
Fluke Networks provides innovative solutions for the installation and certification, testing, monitoring and analysis of copper, fiber and wireless networks used by enterprises and telecommunications carriers. The company's comprehensive line of solutions provides network installers, owners, and maintainers with superior vision, combining speed, accuracy and ease of use to optimize network performance. Headquartered in Everett, Washington, the company distributes its products in more than 50 countries. More information can be found by visiting Fluke Networks' Web site at www.flukenetworks.com or by calling (800) 283-5853.
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