By working with Microsoft, we feel confident that users of Covera and Covera Zone adopting Windows Vista as their main operating system will benefit from enhanced reliability and compatibility.
Paris, France (PRWEB) May 9, 2008
Celtrio today announced that both software tools Covera 2.1 and Covera Zone 2.1 have been successfully tested to meet all of the technical requirements to be Certified for Windows Vista™. Covera Zone allows network administrators to visualize the actual coverage of their wireless networks, based on site survey data collected with Covera, its free companion application.
"Understanding the actual coverage of a wireless network is a complex story. In this matter, a picture is really worth a thousand words. That's why our customers come to us for high quality software that allows easy post-installation WiFi site surveys and quick radio coverage visualization," said Lionel Haour-Penez, Managing Director, Celtrio. "By working with Microsoft, we feel confident that users of Covera and Covera Zone adopting Windows Vista as their main operating system will benefit from enhanced reliability and compatibility."
"Products that carry the Certified for Windows Vista logo have met explicit standards of reliability and quality, and have been tested and proven to deliver a superior experience with Windows Vista," said Brad Goldberg, General Manager for Windows Vista Product Management at Microsoft Corp. "We are extremely pleased that Celtrio carries the certified logo and takes advantage of the new technologies available in Windows Vista."
Celtrio is a leading provider of innovative software solutions designed to reap the maximum benefits from wireless local area networks. Its flagship product Covera Zone is adopted by hundreds of companies operating WLANs around the world. For more information, visit http://www.celtrio.com