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Wireless start-up strikes deal with SMC

Wireless networking start-up Vernier Networks struck a technology deal Monday with SMC Networks, a networking-equipment provider targeted at the home and small- to medium-sized-business market. Under terms of the pact, Vernier's hardware and software technology for securing and managing wireless local area networks, or LANs, will be included in SMC's equipment for small and medium-sized businesses. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. Vernier Networks, founded in 2001, was the first company to spin off from technology developer Packet Design, the venture started by Silicon Valley veterans and former Cisco Systems executives Judy Estrin and Bill Carrico.

Wireless networking start-up Vernier Networks struck a technology deal Monday with SMC Networks, a networking-equipment provider targeted at the home and small- to medium-sized-business market. Under terms of the pact, Vernier's hardware and software technology for securing and managing wireless local area networks, or LANs, will be included in SMC's equipment for small and medium-sized businesses. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

Vernier Networks, founded in 2001, was the first company to spin off from technology developer Packet Design, the venture started by Silicon Valley veterans and former Cisco Systems executives Judy Estrin and Bill Carrico.