Meru's Wireless LAN Virtualization technology ensures that the network is flexible enough to handle any mix of data, voice and video applications. If it runs on wired Ethernet, it will run on a Meru wireless network. Wireless also enables new applications like location tracking and mobile telephony, for which Meru provides advanced features through additional software built to run on its modular System Director operating system.

1 Toll-Quality Telephony: Voice Services Module
Wireless LAN Virtualization's smooth roaming and guaranteed QoS makes Meru ideal for telephony. Voice sounds better than toll quality both upstream and downstream without impacting data performance. Calls are unaffected as clients move between different access points' coverage areas because each one remains connected to the same Virtual Port at all times.
1 Reliable Video: Video Services Module
Like a network switch, Meru guarantees delivery of video packets by converting multicast into multiple unicast streams. Each stream is sent at a client's own maximum data rate, taking advantage of 802.11n's built-in reliability mechanisms. Sound is prioritized to ensure that voice tracks remain synchronized with pictures.
1 Accurate Positioning: E(z)RF Location Manager
E(z)RF Location Manager helps IT staff and end users find equipment or personnel by tracking both client devices and 802.11 tags through advanced RF Fingerprinting technology. Data is accessible through a Web Services API, making positioning easy to integrate with inventory tracking, real-time searching or any other applications.
1 Fixed-Mobile Convergence
Wireless LAN Virtualization simplifies roaming between cellular and 802.11 networks for users of dual-mode devices. Meru's technical innovation, experience with large deployments and partnerships with leading companies in the cellular space make it a leader in both carrier-hosted and enterprise-hosted FMC.