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AirMagnet Launches AirWISE Community

Online resource center designed to foster education, collaboration and contribution around WLAN security and reliability topics

SUNNYVALE, Calif., June 29, 2010 - AirMagnet, part of Fluke Networks, today launched the AirWISE Community, an online resource center designed to foster education, collaboration and contribution around WLAN security and reliability topics, including current threats and new vulnerabilities/exploits, and intrusion prevention and security best practices.

Participants will gain access to unbiased information about the best practices for deploying, troubleshooting and securing enterprise WLANs via exclusive content and interactive forum discussions with leading experts. The forum section will allow community members to post questions that will be monitored and answered by some of the leading authorities on WLAN technology.

"The AirWISE Community Security Center will be a great resource for security professionals who want to collaborate or find out the latest information on WLAN security issues, standards or threats," said Chris Roeckl, vice president of marketing at AirMagnet. "As the community grows, we hope it becomes a forum for wireless security, helping to drive awareness and remediation of new threats."

The new community is located at http://www.airwisecommunity.com and is broken into specialized sections for security issues, WLAN best practices and educational tools. The site also contains a blog written by AirMagnet technical personnel, as well as contributed articles from other industry experts.

About AirMagnet

AirMagnet, now part of Fluke Networks, is the leader in security, performance and compliance solutions for wireless LANs. The company's innovative products include AirMagnet Enterprise, the leading 24x7 WLAN security and performance management solution, and AirMagnet WiFi Analyzer - which is known as the "de facto tool for wireless LAN troubleshooting and analysis." Other products provide WLAN site survey and design, RF interference detection, remote diagnostics, and the world's first voice over WiFi analysis solution. AirMagnet has more than 8,500 customers worldwide, including 75 of the Fortune 100. The company, based in Sunnyvale, Calif., has offices worldwide. For more information, visit www.AirMagnet.com.

2010 Fluke Corporation. All rights reserved. AirMagnet' and AirWISE' are registered trademarks, and the AirMagnet logo is a trademark of AirMagnet, now part of Fluke Networks. All other product names mentioned herein are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies.

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