Motorola has extended its point-to-point (PTP) wireless Ethernet bridge line for enterprises, governments and internet service providers.
The PTP 230 and PTP 250 appliances allow administrators to extend the range of wireless networks by as much as 80 miles, the firm said.
The PTP 230 operates on unlicensed broadband spectrum space, and can support broadband connections as high as 50Mbit/s, while the PTP 250 will support throughput as high as 220Mbit/s.
Motorola said that the devices can help ISPs to extend the range of wireless networks, and large enterprises and governments to extend networks and allow for systems such as remote surveillance networks or VoIP deployments.
"Motorola Solutions saw the growing challenge faced by enterprise and government customers to reduce costs while increasing the use of new, more sophisticated and data-rich applications," said Motorola Solutions vice president Phil Bolt.
"These solutions address it by delivering high-performance broadband connectivity at a right price point without sacrificing the reliability, security and support for which Motorola is known in this market."
The company said that the PTP 230 and PTP 250 models will be available in the UK by the second quarter of the year. Customers can purchase the devices through Motorola Solutions or the company's partner channel.
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