Bridgewater Supports Windows, SIM-Based Authentication

This week at the 802.11 Planet Conference and Expo in Boston, Bridgewater Systems of Ottawa, Ontario, will be announcing a version of its Wi-Fi Service Manager that runs on Microsoft Windows platforms, both Windows 2000 and 2003 servers, in the enterprise.

Parham Momtahan, the company’s vice president of research & development, says a major facet of this new version of the software (which previously ran on Solaris only) is that it is “integrated into the environment. We work with active directory, for example. We’ve worked with Microsoft in developing this solution.”

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