Cisco Systems (Nasdaq: CSCO) released its 3200 Series Mobile Access Router, a new solution for mobile vehicular applications that it says pioneers a shift in the way organizations communicate and share information across wireless networks.

The Cisco 3200 Series Mobile Access Router facilitates mobility of networks in motion-entire networks of communication devices in moving vehicles such as airplanes, ships, tanks and trains-and is designed for “always-on” connectivity, the company says.

The access router is designed to provide security in data, voice and video communications, and seamless mobility and interoperability. Enabled by standards-based Mobile IP, the 3200 Series extends the edge of the IP network, delivering new, applications for the defense, public safety and commercial transportation markets, Cisco says.

Mobile Networks, a feature in Cisco IOS Software, also extends the value of Mobile IP by allowing an entire network, not just a single client, to stay connected while in motion, the company says.

Cisco Systems is based in San Jose, but has its Eastern U.S. headquarters in Research Triangle Park.

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