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Leveraging Newbury’s patented location technology (U.S. Patent #6,674,403), the Newbury Location Appliance is designed to utilize industry standard application protocols to run over a wide-range of WLAN infrastructures including 3Com, Aruba, Cisco, Nortel, Symbol and Trapeze.

The Newbury Location Appliance is built on Newbury’s software platform that has been deployed in both enterprise and public sector applications since 2001. The appliance is used in conjunction with the Newbury’s location software applications - Active Asset (Real-Time Asset Tracking), WiFi Watchdog (RF Firewall) and Digital Docent (Content Provisioning). The product can simultaneously track up to 2,000 wireless devices without requiring custom protocols, specialized hardware, or any special software on the tracked devices;

The Newbury Location Appliance has an MSRP of $14,995 and will be available beginning November 30.

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