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Enhanced Wi-Fi RTLS Solution Hits Market

February 13, 2008
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Saratoga, Calif.-based Ekahau Inc. has rolled out an enhanced version of its Wi-Fi real time location systems (RTLS) positioning engine.

Ekahau Positioning Engine (EPE) 4.2 is designed to deliver improved standards-based location accuracy, speed and savings to the Wi-Fi-based RTLS market and application developers, according to the company.

EPE 4.2 is the foundation for Ekahau RTLS, a turn-key RTLS system that is installed over a Wi-Fi infrastructure. Ekahau RTLS is a software solution that supports location using the existing Wi-Fi network.



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