) Inc., a global provider of switching wireless Wi-Fi
mesh solutions, has announced that its MeshAP 3100 solution has enabled Estes Valley Networks to flexibly deploy Wi-Fi service in downtown Estes Park, Colorado.
Estes Park is the gateway to Rocky Mountain National Park, one of America’s most popular vacation destinations.
Estes Valley Networks is a provider of business-class wireless networking services for Estes Park, Colorado.
“The demand for free Wi-Fi is so high at Estes Park,” Eric Calkins, president of Estes Valley Networks said in a press release.
“By deploying ArrowSpan’s MeshAP 3100, we were able to quickly roll out a flexible wireless solution that serves these visitors, as well as the local business community.”
ArrowSpan’s MeshAP 3100 supports up to 16 SSID/VLAN sets, allowing Estes Valley Networks to assign different SSIDs to different user groups. The company can simultaneously offer different types of wireless service to different types of users.
“ArrowSpan technology gives wireless service providers maximum flexibility in serving multiple user groups,” said Max Lu, president and CEO of ArrowSpan, Inc.
“By simultaneously supporting both free and subscription-based business models, ArrowSpan helps wireless service providers meet the needs of diverse communities like Estes Park.”
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