Keeping Indy up to speed

BelAir Networks is helping Indy Racing League communications reach new speeds, by upgrading the racing tour’s high speed wireless and wireless mesh equipment. Privately-held BelAir’s says its gear will enable real-time transmission of race-related data and voice communications at the fifteen US IndyCar Series races this year, plus BelAir.jpgan additional 16 events that comprise the Firestone Indy Lights Series, the IRL’s driver development series. Indy car racing is staged on closed courses ranging from ovals to elaborate street courses wending through city buildings. To meet the challenges of the different terrain’s, where drivers will push there cars up to 220 MPH, BelAir Networks wireless nodes are being deployed in custom configurations “The Indy Racing League is synonymous with speed and we’re excited to be supporting the races where the best and fastest compete,” says Dave Park, BelAir’s VP of product marketing. “We’re proud to work with a world leader in racing to build high-speed wireless broadband networks deployable in hours that can sustain the demands of multiple concurrent applications.” Mr. Park can be found hosting a series of webcasts examining high-performance mesh networks for sports venues, and featuring a case study on the Indy Racing League deployments, at

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