MERU Networks Inc was incorporated in Delaware in January 2002. The Company provides a virtualized WLAN solution that is built around its System Director Operating System, which runs on its controllers and access points. It offers additional products designed to deliver centralized network management, predictive and proactive diagnostics, as well as enhanced security. Its products are designed to permit enterprises to leverage their investments in their existing IT infrastructures. It helps enterprises to migrate their business-critical applications from wired networks to wireless networks, and become as All-Wireless Enterprises. The Company's BYOD and virtualized wireless LAN solutions are designed to cost-effectively meet the increasing demands of users and enterprises for a mobile access network that delivers the performance, reliability, predictability and operational simplicity of a wired network, with the advantages of mobility. Its network management and security solutions provide single-console visibility and control over a Meru wireless LAN. Its wireless LAN solution combines wireless resources into one virtual, seamless pool and partitions this virtual pool to match device and application requirements. Its System Director Operating System limits the ability of the wireless device to select which physical access point to use, and instead shifts control of network connections to the wireless network infrastructure. The Company's solution is based on its System Director, embedded with Virtual Cell technology. Its System Director coordinates all of the components of Company's solution, including its access points and controllers. Its software, controllers and access points are designed to deployed and integrated into existing IT infrastructure. Its solution is designed to managed and scalable across enterprises of all sizes. In addition, it provides comprehensive security capabilities to ensure that the wireless network is at least as secure as a wired network. Its trademarks in the United States include Meru Networks, the Meru Networks logo, and E(z)RF. The Company's offers products including Meru System Director Operating System, Meru Controller, Meru Access Points, Guest Access and BYOD, and Security and Management Applications. It offers customer support and services based on the deployment needs of its customers. It offers support service contracts in varying lengths of up to five years. It sells its products and support through VARs and distributors. Its competitors include Cisco Systems, Aruba Networks, Ruckus Wireless, Motorola, and Hewlett-Packard. The Company is subject to various industry standards established by various standards bodies, such as the IEEE. Its products are subject to governmental regulations in a variety of jurisdictions.