Security College US chooses Proxim Wireless Tsunami® 820 for Training Courses
Silicon Valley, CA, March 9, 2015 - Proxim Wireless Corporation (OTC Markets: PRXM), a pioneer and global leader in advanced Wi-Fi, point to point (PtP) and point to multipoint (PtMP) radio systems, today announced that Security College US selected Proxim’s fully featured Tsunami® 820 point to point wireless solutions for its wireless security training programs.
Established in 2008, Security College US is a recognized educational institution in the International Security Industry, offering online and onsite training to law enforcement agencies, first responders, and public safety teams in areas such as homeland security, counter terrorism, physical and electronic security, and more.
Embracing the growing demand for wireless surveillance, Security College US decided to incorporate wireless telecommunications in its curriculum and chose the Tsunami 820 point to point wireless solution for all its ‘hands on’ laboratory training sessions. Prior to selecting Proxim, the college evaluated a number of wireless solutions in the market, said Mr. Arturo Grandon, CEO & Director of Security College US.
“The Tsunami product line simply outperformed. We chose Proxim’s Tsunami 820 solutions because of their superior QoS (Quality of Service), low latency, high efficiency, and advanced RF management features,” said Mr. Hector Porras, Academic Director of Security College US and a SONY engineer. Mr. Porras continued, “Using Tsunami 820 point to point products, we will be demonstrating how high performance wireless solutions can reliably support Sony’s latest imaging technology at 60 frames per second and with full high-definition (1080p) resolution.”
Tsunami 820 point to point wireless solutions offer unparalleled performance by harnessing the advantages of MIMO, OFDM, and the WORP® advanced MAC protocol. Moreover, WORP offers a full suite of performance features such as asymmetric bandwidth control, IGMP Snooping and interference mitigation features, to deliver exceptionally high system throughputs with minimal latency, jitter, and packet loss.
“It’s extremely satisfying to see the Tsunami 820 product line as a preferred choice of security engineers and analysts,” said Greg Marzullo, President and CEO of Proxim Wireless. “We’re proud to be included as a pivotal tool in Security College US’ training programs.”
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About Security College US
US Security College is a private institution, based in the United States, open and independent, which provides bilingual access to quality higher education for all Electronic and new technologies most relevant areas of Safety (Security), Security, Prevention of Occupational Risks (Safety), Business Management, etc., in an international environment, modality and online. The mission of the US Security College is to train ethical, competitive and professionally committed to the advancement of society.
To meet the high standards and training objectives has set SECURITY COLLEGE US, has selected a group of International Advisers Engineers (Civil and Military), specialists in Electronic Security, Security & Safety, in its Staff of teachers who have extensive knowledge in different areas of security, knowledgeable about the industry and in matters of classroom training and online.
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