Motorola launches mesh WiFi trade-in program

Motorola has launched a trade-in program for those cities who adopted first-generation muni-WiFi equipment early on and may be experiencing buyer's remorse. Some of the early deployments based on single radios haven't performed up to expectations, and Motorola wants to offer municipalities a "face-saving way" to partner with a more established provider. All mesh vendors, including the last holdout Tropos, offer two-radio solutions today. It looks like a smart way for Motorola to gain some good market share for its HotZone Duo products.

To read more about Motorola's trade-in program:
- take a look at this article from InformationWeek

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