Wireless firm Trapeze Networks has teamed up with networking giant D-Link to co-develop enterprise wireless networking systems through licensing and joint engineering projects.
Under the terms of the agreement Trapeze will sell a newly designed D-Link Access Point fully compatible with the recently announced Trapeze Open Access Point Initiative.
Keith Karlsen, executive vice president at D-Link, said that the deal will centre on combining D-Link's hardware offerings with Trapeze's enterprise wireless Lan software.
"The enterprise wireless Lan market continues to grow and now is the right time to partner with a leading vendor like Trapeze," he added.
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