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Interesting Xirrus Wi-Fi Array Pictures

These next few pictures happen to be some of my favorite of the Wi-Fi Array. Take a look! Also look how crisp and clean the photos are.

The Array Blended in well with the black light post!


I especially like how the sky looks in this picture


Tradeshow Array with the LED lights on!


A nice view of the church from the Array’s perspective.


More to come later!


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Ali Rawda Rotana Hotel Guests Easily Get Connected with Xirrus Wi-Fi

The Al Rawda Rotana Suites, a renowned 4-star hotel & residence in Abu Dhabi, UAE, offers all the traditional Arabic hospitality only associated with Rotana Hotels. With exquisite accommodations in the heart of Abu Dhabi, the Al Rawda Rotana Suites serves a combination of business and vacation clientele.


  • Provide sufficient coverage and bandwidth throughout the premises
  • Ability to penetrate thick concrete walls and sound-proof doors
  • Minimum amount of hardware and cabling
  • Aesthetically pleasing design
  • High-speed Internet for all guests with easy connectivity
  • Support large number of simultaneously connected users


  • Predictive detailed design created especially for the hotel from the architectural plans
  • Integration with existing network
  • Management of entire network from one central location
  • Integration with billing system so customers can be billed for wireless use
  • Comprehensive training of IT staff
  • Support and expertise of eLinear and Xirrus Account Team
  • 75% fewer devices, cabling, switch ports and installation time
  • Significantly increased bandwidth and throughput while using less energy
  • Aesthetically pleasing and non-invasive hardware

For more information or more deployments, please go to Xirrus.

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The Palace Hotel Deploys World Class Wi-Fi Network for Guests

“Xirrus, Inc., the Wi-Fi “Power-Play” that delivers the most coverage, bandwidth, and throughput in the industry, announced today that the prestigious Palace Hotel in San Francisco, California has deployed Xirrus Wi-Fi Arrays covering their 23 meeting rooms – including 3 ballrooms, 4 boardrooms, and the famous Garden Court.

The Xirrus Wi-Fi Arrays were deployed because they are capable of covering the large areas, support the extensive client population, and accommodate the high bandwidth applications used by the hotel’s elite clientele.

“The Palace Hotel is a unique luxury property offering exceptional services for our guests,” said Jonathan Wright, Director of Information Technology at the Palace Hotel. “Delivering a world-class Wi-Fi network across our 53,000 square foot meeting space is a critical component to those services, which is why we chose to deploy Xirrus Wi-Fi Arrays. Xirrus planned for the success of Wi-Fi by building an easy-to-deploy high performance system that pushes the power and intelligence to the edge of the network, where it belongs.”

“As a result of the upgrade to Xirrus, we are able to provide all of our guests with reliable, high speed wireless connectivity for all their Wi-Fi enabled devices,” added Jonathan. “In addition to the increase in Wi-Fi performance, Xirrus also helped us realize an increase in network savings by deploying fewer devices, cable pulls, and switch ports. Anyone deploying Wi-Fi or having difficulty with their existing Wi-Fi infrastructure must take a serious look at Xirrus.”

“Traditional access points can handle infrequent Wi-Fi connections, which worked when hotels and conference centers only saw half the guests connecting via Wi-Fi,” said Jon Freeman, Area Vice President at Xirrus. “However, today we are seeing two Wi-Fi devices per guest thanks to Wi-Fi being installed into Apple® iPhone® and RIM® Blackberry® devices. Traditional access points cannot deliver the large amounts of bandwidth to service these guests, which is why so many organizations are turning to Xirrus. The Xirrus Wi-Fi Array integrates up to 24-radios into a single device, allowing IT staff to deploy far more radios delivering far more bandwidth for far more users with far fewer devices.”

For the direct source, go to http://www.pr-inside.com/the-palace-hotel-deploys-world-class-wi-fi-r972220.htm

More information on Xirrus, please visit: www.xirrus.com

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Hospitals may want to upgrade their Wi-Fi

Article posted by Dana Blankehorn

One thing few know is that hospitals have, over the last decade, gotten more out of WiFi than even coffee shop owners.

WiFi ties communication to people, not desks. It links both voice and data. It has enormous bandwidth.

Or it seems to have enormous bandwidth until, as always happens, everyone starts loading that bandwidth with new applications.

But the available bandwidth can be greatly expanded just by changing out your access points. Maybe to something with 802.11n?

Xirrus has been pushing its 802.11n as a replacement for desktop Ethernet or as a high-performance alternative in new builds. (This Xirrus access point includes a switch. That’s why it looks like a Frisbee.)

But now it is also going into retrofitting, as in this Swedish school where it claims to have extended throughput by a factor of 14 times.

But as hospitals’ use of WiFi grows, pressure will also grow to expand wireless bandwidth. That’s good news for WiFi suppliers and all those who want more unlicensed spectrum.

You can go to the article directly at: http://healthcare.zdnet.com/?p=1567&tag=nl.e539

For more information about Xirrus, please go to http://www.xirrus.com


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