Mayflex Cut Deal for Point-To-Point Wireless Ethernet Bridge

Mayflex, the cabling infrastructure, networking and security solutions distributor, is now an official distributor of Fluidmesh products in the UK and is currently focusing on the Fluidmesh 1100, a point-to-point wireless Ethernet bridge designed for security, public safety and video-surveillance applications. A Fluidmesh 1100-based wireless link creates a fully IP-compatible connection that guarantees unsurpassed performance in terms of security, throughput and reliability.

Through software radio technology, the Fluidmesh 1100 can operate either on license-free 2.4 GHz, 5.4 GHz and 5.8 GHz frequency bands or on the public safety 4.9 GHz band. The preferred frequency can be easily selected through a Web-based interface during the installation. The integrated planar antenna makes the Fluidmesh 1100 a compact, easy to install solution. It comes complete with a proprietary Power over Ethernet injector and its sleek design provides a low-visual impact for discreet deployments in urban areas.

Martin Morris, Security Sales Manager of Mayflex commented, “The Fluidmesh 1100 is a fully IP and Ethernet compatible device and, despite being designed and optimized for video solutions, it can also create fully IP compatible networks that can be employed for multiple services. Possible applications include VOIP communication, data network interconnection, and remote DVR control. The product fits in nicely with the other products in our security product portfolio.”

Every Fluidmesh 1100 takes advantage of the proprietary Fluidmesh optimization technology for video applications which guarantees unparalleled performances in terms of latency and reliability of the video streams. And, thanks to its proprietary communication protocol, the Fluidmesh 1100 provides an exceedingly high level of privacy because its traffic cannot be detected or decoded by standard Wi-Fi compatible radio. Moreover, Fluidmesh technology is fully compatible with VPN tunnels and industry-standard encryption schemes such as AES and 3DES.