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Aruba AirMesh MSR4000 Outdoor Wireless Mesh Router

Aruba AirMesh MSR4000 Outdoor Wireless Mesh Router

  • Supplier: Aruba Networks, Inc.
  • Region: United States
  • Updated: 06/11/2012
Product Specifications
  • The Aruba AirMesh MSR4000 delivers high-performance wireless mesh routing with fiber-like capacity to outdoor environments. Ruggedized and hardened to withstand extreme environmental conditions, the MSR4000 is ideal for deployment in metropolitan and industrial areas, oilfields, mines, and shipping ports.

    A quad-radio, multi-frequency architecture and adaptive Layer 3 routing using the Aruba MeshOS operating system make the MSR4000 unique. Together, they provide unparalleled capacity, reliability, low latency and seamless handoffs for voice, HD-quality video and other real-time applications.

    * Flexible, high-capacity architecture
    The MSR4000 consists of four independent 802.11n MIMO radios for flexible outdoor wireless mesh deployments using the 2.4-GHz, 5-GHz and 4.9-GHz band. Each radio may be configured to operate as a Wi-Fi access point (AP) or mesh backhaul link at a data rate up to 300 Mbps.

    * Intelligent wireless mesh routing
    Integrated with Aruba MeshOS, Adaptive Wireless Routing (AWR) technology automatically optimizes traffic routes between wireless mesh routers and creates a truly adaptive mesh infrastructure. With AWR, the mesh infrastructure adjusts dynamically to traffic levels and RF signal strength to ensure high availability and optimal performance.

    * High-speed mobility
    Aruba's MobileMatrix, another key MeshOS Layer 3 technology, allows Wi-Fi clients to move between wireless mesh routers in less than 50 milliseconds, maintaining a seamless connection for latency-sensitive applications, such as video and voice.

    * HD-quality video
    For HD-quality video from mobile and fixed surveillance cameras, monitors and recording systems, the Active Video Transport? (AVT) technology in MeshOS provides traffic management and adaptive video jitter removal to deliver enhanced video at up to 30 frames per second across the distributed wireless mesh.