Resources

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  • 2-minute video: Benefits of Cloud Networking

    Cloud networking is leveraging cloud services to achieve IT efficiencies not possible with classic network architectures. Learn the benefits of cloud networking from Aerohive in less than 2 minutes.

  • 2-minute video: Branch on Demand

    As companies look to extending corporate capabilities to remote offices and teleworkers, the added infrastructure and complexity can greatly increase costs and burden on IT administrators. The Aerohive Branch on Demand solution makes it easy to deploy full security and service of your corporate network to employees anywhere, while reducing operational costs & time to deployment. View this two minute video on how Branch on Demand can get branch offices and teleworkers connected easily.

  • 2-minute video: Education Solution

    Take 2 minutes to learn more about Aerohive's solutions for the Education vertical.

  • 2-minute video: ID Manager

    Check out this brief two-minute video on how ID Manager can streamline the on-boarding of visitors.

  • 2-minute video: Wi-Fi Explainer

    Providing wireless for more people and more devices in more places requires making an entire platform for mobility. Choosing the wrong network solution can introduce an inflexible, non-scalable, complex architecture that requires excessive resources to address your needs.Take 2 minutes to see how Aerohive's distributed architecture, known as the Cooperative Control architecture, simplifies deploying a robust, redundant, highly-secure, and future proof platform for mobility.

  • 7-Eleven Stores, Oklahoma City

    The 7-Eleven Convenience Stores concentrated in Central Oklahoma are independently owned. The company desired a wireless LAN in each of its convenience stores to enable employees to use wireless handheld scanning devices to deliver data to a Retalix inventory control and Demand AnalytX (DAX) system.

  • 802.11ac vs. 802.11n

    See how 802.11ac compares with 802.11n. While the standards for 802.11ac were being created, the engineers had the benefit of lessons learned from 802.11n. In this video, Matthew Gast looks at differences in usage of Wi-Fi spectrum, speed gains with 802.11ac and provides an overview on Multi-User MIMO.

  • 802.11ac: Beamforming

    It has been said that the motivating force behind the creation of 802.11ac is Multi-User MIMO, which depends upon beamforming. This sixth video looks at two types of beamforming -- single user and multi user, and the distinctions between the two. Matthew will discuss how beamforming works, how 802.11ac beamforming is different, and what it means for the future of Multi-User MIMO.

  • 802.11ac: Channels

    Learn about Wi-Fi channel planning with 802.11ac. Matthew Gast discusses the use of 80MHz channel width and will touch on the decision made by the FCC early in 2012 regarding additional spectrum being available.

  • 802.11ac: How to plan your network

    As you plan your move to 802.11ac, Matthew Gast highlights the importance of knowing what devices you expect to be connecting to the network and the policies you want to enable for them. He also emphasizes the importance of deciding which areas in your network can benefit the most from 802.11ac, due to increased performance.

  • 802.11ac: Modulation

    See how 802.11ac makes use of faster modulation techniques. Aerohive's Matthew Gast discusses 256-QAM modulation, how it works and what it means for increased speed, along with the radio performance that is needed.

  • 802.11ac: Multi-User Mimo

    Matthew Gast talks about Multi-User MIMO, which is expected to come out in the second wave of 802.11ac access points. Multi-User MIMO depends critically on beamforming -- the topic of our previous video in the series. After discussing 802.11ac beamforming, Matthew discusses how Multi-User MIMO works and what you can expect from it.

  • 802.11ac: Reaches for the Top

    Aerohive's Matthew Gast, author of "802.11ac: A Survival Guide" (O'Reilly), will be speaking at Interop this October, in a session titled "802.11ac Reaches for the Top." In this video, Matthew hints at what will be discussed in that session, and why he wears shades.

  • 802.11ac: The Network Impact Whitepaper

    Two significant industry trends are converging, and the result will greatly affect how wireless networks are designed. The first trend is high-speed Wi-Fi technology, based on the 802.11ac protocol. This protocol supports data rates to 1Gbps and beyond. The second trend is the need for personalizing users’ mobile experiences to deliver anytime, anywhere access without wreaking havoc on network operations and cost controls. Before integrating 802.11ac into your wireless network (WLAN), you must have clear network design objectives and a plan for incorporating high-speed technology, like 802.11ac, without creating additional expense or complication. This paper discusses two approaches for efficient WLAN design. Both let you integrate 802.11ac into your WLAN and both can help lay the foundation for future, high-speed technologies. Learn more about the advantages and disadvantages of these two approaches.

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  • 802.11n Technology Whitepaper

    In less than a decade, wireless LANs have evolved from a niche technology useable only by a few specialized applications to the default media of choice for millions of businesses and consumers. And WLANs continue to evolve. The latest generation of high-speed wireless LAN technology, based on the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Draft 802.11n standard, are now becoming available.

  • A Practical Approach to Wireless 2.0 Whitepaper

    Creating “Wi-Fi that works”, even with minimal requirements, is a tall order given the breadth of client and application types that must perform well over the wireless infrastructure, but when adding in the speed and complexity of 802.11n, a variety of demanding applications, high-density environments, and tricky deployment scenarios, controller-based vendors cannot live up to their promises of Ethernet-like determinism. This whitepaper defines what a Wireless 2.0 network is, and the importance of a controller-less architecture for performance, reliability, scalability, security, and flexibility.

  • A-Katsastus Group

    Vehicle testing, inspection and certification company installs Aerohive’s enterprise WLAN solution for efficient on the go vehicle diagnostics.

  • Acuity Brands Lighting

    One of the world's largest lighting manufacturers, Acuity Brands Lighting, chose to upgrade from autonomous APs to Aerohive Hive APs. Aerohive's Cooperative Control architecture enabled easy-to-use management capabilities for the entire global deployment from a single site, without the cost or complexity of a controller-based architecture.

  • Aerohive Client Management Application

    Aerohive's Abby Strong demonstrates Aerohive's Client Management application - a cloud-enabled comprehensive solution for device onboarding and management, which helps companies in supporting BYOD and corporate-issued devices on their networks. Client Management helps transform the network into a platform for mobility.

  • Aerohive Corporate Brochure

    Aerohive is a innovative enterprise mobility company. Aerohive provides a complete wireless and wired solution for today's mobile-first enterprise.

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  • Aerohive Free Wi-Fi Planner Tool with Google Maps Integration

    In this 12 minute video, learn how to plan a Wi-Fi deployment in no time using Aerohive's free web-based planning tool with Google Maps Integration. If you do not have an accurate floor plan available that is OK. Within the Wi-Fi planning tool, you can create a floor plan of your buillding by tracing the perimeter of your building in google maps.

  • Aerohive Mobility Suite

    The Mobility Suite delivers simplified enterprise networking and personalized mobility with a complete cloud-enabled mobility management solution that extends visibility and control to the very edge of the network – the connected mobile devices – by making them part of the Hive.

  • Aerohive Overview Product Brief

    Aerohive is a cloud networking company that provides comprehensive access solutions to organizations requiring wireless and mobile access to applications. Aerohive wired and wireless LAN solutions deliver secure, mobility optimized, enterprise-class access to every site—from a large campus or headquarters to remote branches and single teleworker offices – with consistent, predictable service, maximum security, and is optimized for application reliability.

  • Aerohive Private PSK Solution Brief

    Because 802.1X requires the installation of a software client, it is difficult or impossible to use on unmanaged devices not owned by the enterprise, such as those of guests, students, subcontractors or the like. Aerohive’s patent-pending Private PSK provides the ease of PSK with many of the advantages of 802.1X solutions.

  • Aerohive ranks 5th on Deloitte's Technology Fast 500 in 2012

    Aerohive ranks 5th on Deloitte's Technology Fast 500 in 2012. Aerohive was recognized by Deloitte as the Fourth Fastest Growing Communications/Networking Company for 2013 in North America

  • Aerohive Retail Analytics Solution Brief

    The Aerohive Retail Analytics solution leverages Euclid Analytics’ analysis technology and Aerohive’s Cloud Services Platform to enable offline retailers to optimize and improve their business with metrics and insights only previously available to online retailers. Retailers can now understand an array of metrics about customer behavior and begin to tie that behavior to purchasing habits to optimize their business operations without adding anything beyond their standard in-store Wi-Fi infrastructure.

  • Aerohive Wi-Fi helping schools with 1-1 and BYOD programs

    Watch as Education Networks of America (ENA) discusses why it chose Aerohive's controller-less Wi-Fi over competitor solutions as the WLAN of choice when helping schools implement their 1:1 and BYOD initiatives. Aerohive is allowing ENA (an MSP that services K-12 schools, libraries and public universities) to provide schools with a WLAN that is stable, scalable, and reliable in order to serve 1:1 or BYOD purposes.

  • Allegany County Public Schools

    Located in Cumberland, MD, Allegany County Public Schools was facing those growth pains that come for folks who embrace high-tech trends: It needed to accommodate an influx of Apple iPads, and other popular Wi-Fi-enabled mobile devices, on its wireless network.

  • An Introduction to 802.11ac

    In this introductory video on 802.11ac, the first in a series of seven, Wi-Fi expert and author Matthew Gast provides an overview of 11ac.

  • Andrews Federal Credit Union

    Andrews Federal Credit Union was founded in 1948 to serve the needs of military and civilian personnel by providing a vast array of financial products and services. Membership includes Washington, DC, Joint Base Andrews, Joint Base McGuire/Dix/Lakehurst, and military installations in central Germany, Belgium, and The Netherlands, as well as over 200 employer groups throughout Maryland and New Jersey. With assets of over $900 million, Andrews Federal provides a full range of high-quality financial products to over 100,000 members worldwide.

  • Antwerp University Hospital

    Antwerp University Hospital (UZA) was looking to implement a high-performance wireless LAN (WLAN) that could support staff, patients, visitors, and students studying at the university. The existing Cisco WLAN, however, was unable to support the hospital’s ambitions or provide the scalability they needed as a growing organization.

  • AP110 802.11n Access Point Datasheet

    The AP110 is a high performance 802.11n (2x2) MIMO access point with a 10/100/1000 Ethernet port and delivers a data rate of 300Mbps with a single dual-band radio. The AP110 is ideal for deployments where a single radio 802.11a/b/g/n solution is sufficient, such as small retail environments, telecommuters and micro-branches.

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  • AP121 802.11n Access Point Datasheet

    The AP121 is a cost-effective, enterprise-grade 2x2 MIMO solution, which is ideal for education, healthcare, and distributed enterprise environments. With two radios, concurrent 2.4Ghz and 5Ghz access, and security scanning across both bands, the AP121 provides top performance and security at an entry-level price point.

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  • AP141 802.11n Access Point Datasheet

    The AP141 access points provide 2x2:2 802.11n wireless access as well as optimized RF performance and enhanced receive sensitivity to provide a ground-breaking user experience for networks supporting multiple types of clients, including consumer-grade and bring-your-own devices (BYOD).

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  • AP170 5GHz Directional Antenna Datasheet

    The AP170 5GHz Directional Antenna is an outdoor single-band (5GHz) antenna with 18dBi gain.

  • AP170 Outdoor Access Point Datasheet

    The AP170 is an enterprise-grade, high performance (2x2) MIMO solution, designed for high bandwidth demand outdoor wireless environments.

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  • AP230 802.11ac/n Access Point Datasheet

    The AP230 is an enterprise-grade, two radio (3x3) three stream MIMO 802.11ac/n Access Point engineered with uncompromising, high-capacity performance.

  • AP330 802.11n Access Point Datasheet

    The AP330 is a durable, enterprise-grade, (3x3) MIMO solution, designed for high bandwidth demand wireless enterprise environments.

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  • AP350 802.11n Access Point Datasheet

    The AP350 is a durable, enterprise-grade, (3x3) MIMO solution, designed for high bandwidth demand wireless enterprise environments.

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  • AP370 802.11ac Access Point Datasheet

    AP370 Enterprise access points are where high-performance 802.11ac meets the simplicity of Aerohive’s distributed, cooperative architecture.

  • AP390 802.11ac Access Point Datasheet

    AP390 Enterprise access points are where high-performance 802.11ac meets the simplicity of Aerohive’s distributed, cooperative architecture.

  • Application Visibility and Control

    Aerohive's application visibility and control preserves your investment in existing infrastructure and prepares you for a mobile workforce with optimized end user experiences for mission-critical applications on the network.

  • Application Visibility and Control Solution Brief

    Extended visibility into applications based on context, such as user, device type, connected location, and time, ensures that IT administrators are equipped to deal with the transition of wireless to the primary access layer as well as the myriad of devices that users may bring onto the network. Focusing on simplicity and user centricity, the Aerohive HiveOS application visibility and control functionality provides the necessary visibility, control, and cloud-enabled management to move the network from being a free-for-all to being a controlled, secure, and scalable next-generation access solution.

  • Averitt Express

    With a solid reputation in the worldwide logistics industry for customer satisfaction, Averitt Express knows the valuable of uptime and reliability. Therefore when a network audit revealed a weakness in its existing wireless security the result was a thorough overhaul of its WLAN, upgrading from a wireless deployment with autonomous APs to a controller-less, centrally-managed wireless architecture.

  • Barfoot & Thompson Real Estate

    Barfoot & Thompson - Auckland's real estate market leader - has over 1850 staff operating in the Northland and Auckland regions. Their highly mobile workforce pride themselves on operating with integrity and building successful client relationships. Thanks to Aerohive, they are able to enhance these relationships with customer-focused mobile applications, as well as ease of management regarding deployment and multiple device management.

  • BCS Group

    BCS, a global baggage handling and logistics specialist, operates from 30 different offices across three continents. Thanks to Aerohive’s simple cloud based network solution, all BCS locations now act as one big networked office. The benefits of Zero touch deployment of new branch offices and centralized management of their systems has been immediate and cost effective. 

  • Boise School District

    The Boise School District needed to curtail the use of off-the-shelf, unsanctioned, unmanaged Wi-Fi access points (APs). The district turned to Aerohive for an affordable and the easy solution to set up and maintain multiple virtual LANs (VLANs).

  • Bonjour Gateway

    To make networks service-aware and make BYOD with Apple devices a native part of every network, Aerohive has built a Bonjour Gateway to manage and control Apple service availability (such as AirPrintTM, AirPlay®, file sharing, collaboration applications, etc.) across an entire enterprise network. This patent-pending functionality is a native part of Aerohive’s HiveOS network operating system and as such even non-Aerohive legacy networks can manage their services by attaching a single Aerohive device, via a trunk port, to the network – the gateway functionality works out-of-band.

  • Bonjour Gateway Datasheet

    Aerohive’s Bonjour Gateway is designed to vastly simplify the support of Apple-compatible devices in the enterprise. Of all the solutions available for supporting Bonjour, only Aerohive’s Bonjour Gateway offers innovative multi-vendor integration, enterprise-class control features, and the simplicity of running on a standard VMware environment.

  • Bonjour Gateway Enterprise-level “Zero-Configuration Networking” for Apple

    Aerohive’s patent-pending Bonjour Gateway takes service advertisements that are restricted to a single broadcast link and makes those services available network-wide, without any client modifications or VLAN gymnasitics.

  • Bonjour Gateway with Matthew Gast Demo

    Matthew Gast demos new Aerohive feature enabling management & control of Apple's Bonjour technology. Services such as Apple TV, AirPrint and AirPlay are now usable across multi-subnet networks regardless of underlying topology.

  • Bonjour Gateway: Service Filtering Demo

    Matthew Gast demos new Aerohive feature enabling management & control of Apple's Bonjour technology. Services such as Apple TV, AirPrint & AirPlay are now usable across multi-subnet networks regardless of underlying topology.

  • BR100 Router Datasheet

    The Aerohive BR100 Router marries 802.11n performance, enterprise security and advanced wired/wireless management with cloud computing to deliver a zero-touch branch network deployment. With HiveOS Routing at its core, the BR100 includes fast roaming, user-based access control, and fully stateful firewall policies, as well as additional security and RF networking features at no extra cost.

  • BR200 Router Datasheet

    The Aerohive BR200 Router platforms combine secure routing and enterprise-class Wi-Fi in a single platform, providing essential networking and management capabilities to connect, secure, and manage branch offices. The BR200 router series comes in two models: the BR200 and the BR200-WP.

  • BR200-LTE-VZ Router Datasheet

    The Aerohive BR200-LTE-VZ Router provides branch offices with a cost-effective, enterprise-grade router with embedded Verizon 4G LTE capabilities, enterprise security, and cloud management.

  • Brainerd Baptist Church & School

    Brainerd Baptist Church and School of Chattanooga, Tennessee, consists of a 3,000 member church and 305 student school. The church has been serving the congregation for 82 years, and the school has been around for 59. In this demanding environment, Ethernet-connected devices or traditional wireless networks – unreliable and difficult to manage – were simply not up to the task. Aerohive's WLAN System provided a simple solution that solved all their challenges.

  • Branch on Demand for Healthcare Solution Brief

    Healthcare professionals need to focus on quality of patient care and on securing the patient data, even in the most remote locations. Network services provided to remote facilities, clinics, and offices depend less on the size of the location and more on the functions being performed at that location. Aerohive provides Branch on Demand a cloud-enabled networking solution for remote locations that simplifies provisioning, management, security, and troubleshooting for these deployments.

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  • Branch on Demand for Retail Solution Brief

    Classic virtual private networks (VPNs) that connect networks in stores and warehouses to corporate networks generally add cost, complexity, and confusion to each location. Aerohive provides Branch on Demand a cloud-enabled networking solution for retailers that simplifies provisioning, management, security, and troubleshooting for their remote deployments.

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  • Branch on Demand for the Enterprise Solution Brief

    The Aerohive Branch on Demand™ solution makes it easy to deploy corporate capabilities to employees anywhere, while reducing operational costs. The key lies in a suite of features and functionality designed specifically for remote environments that simplify operations, enforce security policy, reduce costs, and operate virtually maintenance-free.

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  • Branch Router Buyer’s Guide: The definitive guide for evaluating branch networks

    Learn how Aerohive Branch on Demand solutions makes it easier and more cost-effective to implement wired and wireless access to corporate resources everywhere—from the home office to branch offices and teleworkers.

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  • Brookdale Senior Living

    Brookdale Senior Living is the largest provider of senior housing and senior care in the industry. Each day, about 46,000 Brookdale associates serve nearly 60,000 residents in a variety of settings. But like many senior living organizations, Brookdale Senior Living has a limited engineering team. These constraints are challenging, but Brookdale nevertheless recognized that it needed a next-generation wireless LAN to reach its far-flung facilities, to provide wireless access within those facilities, and to help the company realize the value of its other technology initiatives.

  • Building Secure Wireless LANs Whitepaper

    Security of a wireless network still ranks as one of the largest concerns of IT professionals planning to roll out an enterprise wireless LAN. Today the security concerns of the legacy protocols have been largely eliminated and best practices for secure deployment have been developed allowing many wireless deployments to be arguably more secure than their wired counterparts.

  • Burgerville

    Burgerville is a restaurant chain based in Portland, Oregon known for its local and natural ingredients and commitment to sustainable energy. The quick service chain has 39 establishments in Oregon and Washington, and prides itself on using 100% wind power for all its restaurants and headquarters, converting its trans fat-free canola oil into biodiesel, composting a majority of food waste from kitchens and dining rooms, and serving only range-fed beef.

  • BYOD and Beyond: How To Turn BYOD into Productivity

    One of the most overlooked aspects of the BYOD phenomenon isn’t just connecting the users to the network, but how to manage them once they’re there. Getting mobile and BYO devices onto the network is now table stakes. This white paper will take you through the necessary connectivity and productivity requirements in order to ensure your network is truly ready for the mobility explosion.

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  • Carlsbad Municipal Schools

    Located in New Mexico, Carlsbad Municipal Schools spans 84 acres and serves over 5,000 students in 14 schools. Prior to deploying Aerohive, Carlsbad Municipal Schools was leveraging controller-based wireless solutions throughout the district. However, an initial botched deployment combined with a campus construction project disaster that caused a network outage in the high school, a middle school and one of the elementary schools, forced Carlsbad Municipal Schools to begin the search for a single, controller-less, cloud-based wireless solution. Ultimately, Aerohive was chosen for its strong feature set, remote management capability, ease of deployment, ease of use and cost-effective, controller-less solution.

  • Charmer Sunbelt Group

    New York-based Charmer Sunbelt Group distributes wine and spirits to retail establishments in 15 states and the District of Columbia, employing over 5000 people and generating more than $4.5 billion in annual sales. Having just migrated their network of 22 warehouses to a new SAP system, now it's time to upgrade the WLAN.

  • Chesterfield County Public Schools of Virginia

    Chesterfield County Public Schools is one of the largest and highest-rated school districts in Virginia, educating more than 58,700 students. The district uses a variety of Aerohive Access Points for its high-performance, easy-to-scale wireless LAN. Aerohive allows schools to meet the demands of BYOD and computer-based testing.

  • Churchtown Primary School

    Churchtown School, one of the largest primary schools in the UK, was been searching for a new wireless LAN, and Aerohive answered the call. Reliability was a top priority, followed by manageability, performance, and cost, plus the ability to take advantage of the latest technology, including 802.11n.

  • City of Douglasville

    The City of Douglasville, Georgia is located about 20 miles west of Atlanta, and serves as the county seat for Douglas County. With a rich history dating back to 1875, its 32,000 residents enjoy many year round events and activities. The City is host to many special events, including annual parades, competitions and outdoor concerts. Douglasville is also a regular host of Little League World Series tournaments at Hunter Memorial Park, which also includes a newly renovated athletic complex with tennis courts, ball fields and batting cages.

  • City of Morgan Hill

    The City of Morgan Hill is located in southern Santa Clara Valley, just south of San Jose in California. The City of Morgan Hill has an extremely active Recreational program and provides many community services to its residents including sports, aquatics, a fitness center and more. As a result of the mobile device explosion, the city has seen a large uptick in the amount of devices users bring into environments across campuses. The City of Morgan Hill relies on Aerohive's commercial-grade, high performance and easily managed networking solution to keep residents wirelessly connected across six campuses.

  • City of Williamsburg

    As one of America’s first planned cities founded in 1699, Williamsburg has a rich and deep history that attracts millions of visitors each year. From its inception as the center of political, economic, religious and social life in Virginia, it is known internationally as the foremost center for the preservation and interpretation of American colonial history. The City itself has a population under 15,000, but its six to eight million visitors each year keep the city vibrant and full of life. The city is known as the “smallest city with the biggest international address".

  • Client Health Score Solution Brief

    As your Wi-Fi deployment grows, day-to-day management can become more and more challenging. In this solution brief we'll provide an overview of Aerohive's new Client Health Score feature which cuts through volumes of data to show you the overall health of clients in an “at-a-glance” format, then enables you to drill down if you see a specific problem. We'll look at the statistics compiled to generate the Client Health Score's simple "green/yellow/red" view, and discuss the use of the Client Health Score in our new TeacherView feature.

  • Client Management Datasheet

    Client Management allows an administrator to clearly differentiate between issued devices and BYOD, giving them the additional layer of context necessary to create granular policies and controls for a mobile first enterprise. Client Management greatly reduces the burden for onboarding Corporate-Issued and BYO devices by auto-provisioning clients with secure profiles, which helps transform the network into a platform for mobility

  • Client Management Solution Brief

    The Aerohive Client Management application gives administrators the power to easily provision, configure, and monitor end user devices as simply as HiveManager manages Aerohive access points, routers, or switches today.

  • Cloud Networking Whitepaper from Forrester

    Businesses want to eliminate wasteful, redundant software, hardware, and operations from branch and remote locations. At the the same time, they want to strive to offer more customized products and services that require a dynamic and agile environment. In this technology adoption paper from Forrester, you will learn why IT decision-makers believe cloud networking provides the ideal solution to solve this strategy.

  • Cloud Services At-a-Glance

    Cloud networking introduces a new way to quickly deploy distributed enterprise networks. It delivers enterprise-class network capabilities via an application that reduces capital investment in additional networking equipment.

  • Cloud Services Platform Cloud Service Level Agreement (SLA)

    The Aerohive Cloud Service Level Agreement (“SLA”) governs your use of the Aerohive Cloud Services Platform. Please review this SLA together with Aerohive’s End User License Agreement (“EULA”), which also governs certain obligations relating to your use of the Cloud Services Platform.

  • Cloud Services Platform: Security and Availability Controls

    Aerohive’s approach enables scalable, secure and reliable network applications by taking advantage of the Cloud while also preserving an unmatched level of flexibility often associated with on-premise solutions. Customers can still decide what to run, when to upgrade and comply with customer’s network operation policies.

  • Cloud VPN Gateway Datasheet

    Aerohive’s Cloud VPN Gateway (CVG) is designed to simplify VPN termination for thousands of remote workers in an innovative, new way. The heart of the CVG is a lightweight, software-based solution for VMware-compliant equipment; the soul of the CVG is an enterprise-class VPN concentrator terminating thousands of VPN tunnels from remote access locations.

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  • Cloud-Managed Mobility Platform for Education Whitepaper

    With the adoption of mobility accelerating in schools, classrooms are undergoing major transformations. This whitepaper highlights the challenges and network requirements for adopting current classroom technology trends like Common Core curriculum and online standardized testing, new mobile learning devices such as the Google Chromebook and the Intel-based Ultrabook, and the modernization of digital displays and print infrastructures with Apple TV.

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  • College of William & Mary

    Chartered on February 8, 1693 by King William III and Queen Mary II, The College of William & Mary is a breathtaking blend of classic architecture and cutting edge technology. As the second oldest college in America and one of Intel's "50 Most Unwired College Campuses", William & Mary has unique challenges and extremely high standards for its wireless networks.

  • Columbus Vegetable Oils

    A leader in the shortening and oils industry, Columbus Vegetable Oils chose Aerohive's Cooperative Control wireless LAN solution for its new manufacturing and warehouse facility because of its superior security, reliability, manageability, and flexibility.

  • Complete HealthCare Resources

    Complete HealthCare Resources, a leading long-term care providers, selected Aerohive's Cooperative Control wireless LAN solution for its facilities due to its ease of installation, manageability, and flexibility.

  • Configuring Aerohive Bonjour Gateway

    In this short video, we'll show you how to install and configure the Aerohive virtual Bonjour Gateway.

  • Cooperative Control Architecture Whitepaper

    Aerohive Networks has pioneered a new WLAN architecture called the Cooperative Control architecture. It is a controller-less architecture that eliminates the downsides of controllers while providing the management, mobility, scalability, resiliency, and security that enterprises require in their wireless infrastructure. This paper discusses the benefits of this approach and the key underlying technologies of cooperative control, best path forwarding and policy enforcement at the edge.

  • Cooperstown Central School District

    Cooperstown Central School District (CCSD) is located in upstate NY and serves over 900 students with over 120 faculty members across grades K-12 in Otsego County. Prior to deploying Aerohive, Cooperstown Central School District was using D-Link that provided some wireless coverage, but it was not pervasive and lacked in network management functionality. CCSD was looking for a wireless infrastructure that could seamlessly support their 1to1 program with limited IT budget and staff as well as an active community with secure guest access. Ultimately, Aerohive was chosen for its simple, secure, cost-effective controller-less architecture providing IT with centralized management, control and complete visibility into the network.

  • Customer Testimony: Brookdale Senior Living

    Brookdale Senior Living is the largest provider of senior housing and senior care in the industry. Each day, about 46,000 Brookdale associates serve nearly 60,000 residents in a variety of settings. But like many senior living organizations, Brookdale Senior Living has a limited engineering team. These constraints are challenging, but Brookdale nevertheless recognized that it needed a next-generation wireless LAN to reach its far-flung facilities, to provide wireless access within those facilities, and to help the company realize the value of its other technology initiatives.

  • Customer Testimony: Burgerville

    Burgerville is a restaurant chain based in Portland, Oregon known for its local and natural ingredients and commitment to sustainable energy. The quick service chain has 39 establishments in Oregon and Washington, and prides itself on using 100% wind power for all its restaurants and headquarters, converting its trans fat-free canola oil into biodiesel, composting a majority of food waste from kitchens and dining rooms, and serving only range-fed beef.

  • Customer Testimony: Charmer Sunbelt

    Charmer Sunbelt selected Aerohive's Cooperative Control wireless LAN solution for its distribution centers based on reliability, manageability, and cost effectiveness.

  • Customer Testimony: Greenway Medical Technologies, Inc.

    Greenway Medical Technologies’ web-native integrated practice management, managed care and electronic health record (EHR) solution is enabling medical practices to increase care quality, enhance patient satisfaction and facilitate adherence to compliance guidelines. Greenway needed to replace its existing WLAN with a more scalable, manageable and reliable Wi-Fi solution that leverages a cloud-enabled platform.

  • Customer Testimony: Harvard Square

    Harvard Square, located in the heart of Cambridge, Massachusetts, welcomes over eight million visitors each year, offering a world- renowned shopping, dining, cultural and academic location.

  • Customer Testimony: Horry County Schools

    While Horry County boasted competitive test scores, and other education achievements, it had run into reliability and manageability problems with its existing wireless network. It needed a more robust solution to serve as the Wi-Fi infrastructure for its highly distributed environment.

  • Customer Testimony: Innotrac

    Innotrac Corporation, founded in 1984 and based near Atlanta, Georgia, is a best-of-breed commerce provider integrating digital technology, fulfillment and contact center solutions to support global brands.

  • Customer Testimony: Long Island Veterinary

    Long Island Veterinary Specialists (LIVS) provides peace of mind to pet owners. LIVS offers state-of-the-art emergency medical services, utilizing more advanced equipment than is what is generally found at a specialty veterinary center. 

  • Customer Testimony: Macaroni Grill

    When the IT group at Macaroni Grill needed to build everything that a standalone company would need to operate, and highly secure Wi-Fi played a major role in the infrastructure requirements. Macaroni Grill turned to Aerohive because its wireless network met its Wi-Fi security requirements, as well as other requirements such as ease of management and deployment.

  • Customer Testimony: Northwest Credit Union

    Founded in 1949, Northwest Community Credit Union (NWCU) initially served the employees of the Weyerhaeuser Company. By 1973, the credit union had grown to serve hundreds of select employer groups in western Oregon focused on wood products and the forest industry. Today the organization has broadened its mission to the greater Pacific Northwest community with 87,000 members and $840 million in assets.

  • Customer Testimony: Pinnacol Assurance

    Pinnacol Assurance was founded in 1915 and provides workers’ compensation insurance for over 55,000 policyholders at companies and organizations across the state of Colorado. Operating as a quasi-governmental agency and operating under a state charter, Pinnacol has nearly 600 employees with $426M in annual revenues. The company insures approximately 60 percent of the Colorado workforce.

  • Customer Testimony: RHA Health Services

    Founded more than 20 years ago, RHA Health Services is a leading non-profit provider of services and support for people with developmental and intellectual disabilities.

  • Customer Testimony: Rowan Salisbury

    Located in North Carolina, the sprawling Rowan-Salisbury School System is an educational force to be reckoned with. It’s comprised of 35 schools, about 20,000 students, and about 3,000 employees. It’s the largest employer in Rowan County.

  • Customer Testimony: Skilled Healthcare

    Skilled Healthcare is a leading support-services provider to the long-term care profession. These locations comprise over 10,700 licensed beds. As with all such diverse healthcare companies, dealing with a combination of aging facilities and increasing wireless demands presents a challenge to enterprise-class wireless networks. That’s where Aerohive came in.

  • Customer Testimony: Somerville College

    Oxford University's Somerville College reported it's on track to become the first college in the Oxford system to blanket its campus with wireless networking.

  • Customer Testimony: University of North Georgia

    University of North Georgia offers a high-quality college experience with over 15,000 students scattered across four campuses. The university is distinct among its peer institutions in that it is one of only six senior military colleges in the United States. Aerohive's quality, performance and numerous WLAN features reinforce the college’s mission of excellence.

  • Dari Mart

    Located in central Oregon, Dari Mart operates 44 convenience stores and manages its own dairy, Lochmead Farms, which supplies milk and other products to its many stores. The company chose Aerohive switches to efficiently manage its network remotely and to accommodate its needs for additional ports for video cameras, video menu boards and refrigeration units.

  • Daybreak Venture

    Founded in 1991, Daybreak Venture provides long-term and rehabilitative care, offering services for skilled nursing, hospice, respite care and long-term care. With 75 facilities in Texas and four in Missouri, the health care provider is the largest in Texas, with facilities of all sizes, from small 40-bed communities to sites with more than 200 residents. The organization has more than 5,400 employees and revenues of over $300M.

  • Delivering Secure Guest Access and Mobile Internet Device (MID) Management with HiveOS 4.0

    In addition to corporate given laptops, employees are bringing their own devices to work these days – iPhones, Droids, iPads -- you name it; they are bringing it in. And they are expecting you to help them access the corporate Wi-Fi network with their own devices.

  • Demo: Client Health Feature

    This video describes how the Aerohive Client Health feature simplifies monitoring and troubleshooting of connected clients by displaying a green, yellow, or red status that details radio connectivity, network connectivity, and application performance statistics.

  • Demo: How Aerohive Private Pre-Shared Key (PPSK) works

    Aerohive's unique Private Pre-Shared Key feature enables the ease of a PSK SSID with many of the advantages of 802.1X solutions, including unique access permissions such as VLAN and application controls as well as authentication revocation. Watch Abby Strong detail the advantages of Aerohive's Private Pre-Shared Key solution in this feature overview video.

  • Diocese of San Bernardino

    The Diocese of San Bernardino was established in 1978 by Pope Paul VI and services over 1.2 million Catholics spanning across San Bernardino and Riverside counties. There are a total of 29 Catholic schools within the Diocese of San Bernardino including three high schools, 23 K-8 schools and three pre-schools. Prior to Aerohive, none of the 29 schools falling within the Diocese of San Bernardino possessed a solid wireless infrastructure to support a 1to1 program. Ultimately, Aerohive was chosen for its cloud-based, cost-effective wireless solution that provided central network management.>

  • Drakes Supermarkets

    Drakes Supermarkets consists of 57 stores throughout South Australia and Queensland, with a turnover in excess of $1B and 5500 employees nationally. They are the largest independent grocery retailer in Australia. Despite its expansion, the company has managed to keep its focus on the important aspects of the supermarket business – THE CUSTOMER – by always striving to provide superior customer service. And having an Aerohive Wi-Fi network has helped with the continued customer focus - with the ease of deployment of the network, easy centralised management and the network's compatibility with the latest retail applications, Drakes can spend their time focusing on delivering a friendly retail experience.

  • Dynamic Airtime Scheduling - Optimizing Network and Client Performance Whitepaper

    Wireless is a shared medium, meaning that all clients and neighboring APs compete for the same limited bandwidth. In addition, each client's speed varies depending on the protocol it is running (802.11 a/b/g/n) and the signal strength, interference and noise it is experiencing. This paper reviews key issues that affect wireless LAN performance, and explains how Aerohive's new Dynamic Airtime Scheduling can solve these problems.

  • East Brunswick School District

    East Brunswick School District in central New Jersey wanted to find a better way for its students to utilize computers in the classroom. Their goal was to provide one desktop PC for each classroom, as well as a number of mobile computer carts for use throughout the schools. To reach that goal East Brunswick turned to Aerohive.

  • Economic Value Validation: Aerohive Controller-less Wireless Architecture, by ESG

    Mobility has not only changed how we live, it is also dramatically changing the network infrastructures that we rely on. As organizations cope with a tidal wave of mobile users, mobile applications, and demand for pervasive access, it’s becoming clearer that prior-generation approaches to providing mobility (controller-based) are breaking. Beyond providing the requisite performance and scale that mobility demands, the scenarios illustrated in this paper give a comprehensive overview of the clear economic justification for controller-less architectures and Aerohive in particular have over legacy controller environments.

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  • El Centro Regional Medical Center

    The El Centro Regional Medical Center desired a wireless LAN that would meet its current needs and would also flexibly accommodate future requirements, particularly the migration to higher-bandwidth 802.11n equipment. ECRMC anticipates that 802.11n's increased bandwidth will benefit busy physicians by speeding application performance and by increasing the coverage and reach of the network.

  • Elwood Union Free School District

    Elwood Union Free School District strives to provide an excellent educational experience to empower and inspire each student to succeed academically, socially and emotionally in an evolving global society. Elwood UFSD leverage Google Docs for Education to enable students and faculty to access documents, calendars and sites immediately on almost any mobile device or tablet. Aerohive's cloud-enabled wireless solution supports the district's 1-to-1 program and Google Apps for Education.

  • Enterprise Access Points At-a-Glance

    Aerohive’s Enterprise Wireless LAN Access Points are engineered with the security, reliability, and simplicity to meet your mobility needs with the sophistication and performance to blow past your expectations.

  • Faxe Kommune Municipal Schools

    Faxe Kommune, a small Danish municipality with about 4,200 public school students aged between 6-16 years, needed a wireless network that would provide faster, secure access to advanced learning resources, and that would keep pace with the rapid adoption of new learning technologies. The city’s wireless networks, consisting of many autonomous APs, had grown up to support these investments but it was proving impossible to create a cohesive network.

  • Fentress Architects

    Fentress Architects is a global design firm with offices in the U.S. and London. Founded by Curtis Fentress in 1980, the firm has designed $26 billion of architectural projects worldwide.

  • First Industrial Realty Trust (FIRT)

    The nation's largest provider of diversified industrial real estate, First Industrial Realty Trust, Inc. NYSE: FR), chose Aerohive's wireless LAN solution because of its lower cost, enterprise-grade security, voice over wireless LAN support, and seamless upgrade path to next-generation 802.11n technology.

  • Fitzharrys School

    Located in Abingdon, Oxfordshire, UK, Fitzharrys Secondary School implemented a wireless network in 2003 to enhance computer access in the classroom. When autonomous APs could no longer provide the coverage and performance of the growing demands on the network, Fitzharrys turned to Aerohive to meet all of their wireless requirements.

  • Flow International

    A leader in ultra high-pressure (UHP) waterjet technology for cutting and cleaning, Flow International selected Aerohive's Cooperative Control wireless LAN solution to provide consistent, secure, centrally managed Wi-Fi connectivity enterprise-wide.

  • Folio Investing

    About three years ago Folio Investing found itself in need of a technology upgrade at its corporate headquarters: It needed to accommodate its increasingly mobile workforce by deploying a company-wide wireless network. It needed a platform that was secure and that integrated wired and wireless networks.

  • Framingham Public School District

    The Framingham Public School District in Massachusetts decided to model itself like a university. By working toward enabling network access for people to use the devices they already own, the district's goal is to embrace and support personal systems, while preserving the network's safety and security. The best way to achieve this goal within budget, the district decided, was to incorporate Aerohive's wireless LAN.

  • Fresno City College

    With a population of more than 20,000 students, Fresno City College is a comprehensive learning community that offers innovative instructional programs and a wide variety of supportive services to assist students in achieving their educational goals. Prior to Aerohive, Fresno City College was leveraging a controller-based wireless solution across campus; however, when Fresno City College opened its refurbished Old Administration Building in 2010, the extra 100,000 square feet of instructional space paired with the explosion of mobile devices forced the college to re-evaluate its wireless solution.Ultimately, Aerohive was chosen for its strong feature set, remote management capability, ease of deployment and cost-effective, controller-less solution.

  • Fullerton School District

    One of the largest cities in Orange County, CA, Fullerton’s population is about 139,000, with a student population of approximately 14,000 and 1,100 faculty members. Fullerton School District is comprised of 20 schools including 15 elementary schools (grades K-6), 3 traditional junior high schools (grades 7-8) and 2 K-8 schools. As technology became more ingrained in their curriculum, there was a huge uptick of devices joining the network, causing network management with the previous Cisco solution to become extremely difficult and expensive to manage. Additionally, Fullerton School District adopted the Common Core State Standards and needed a reliable wireless network to support online student assessment testing. Ultimately, Aerohive was chosen for its locally-hosted, cost-effective wired and wireless solution that provided centralized management, control and complete visibility into the network.

  • Greenway Medical Technologies, Inc.

    Healthcare IT provider replaces existing WLAN with Aerohive’s cloud networking-enabled Wi-Fi because it is more scalable, manageable and reliable.

  • Gulf Coast Health Care, LLC

    Gulf Coast Health Care consists of 44 skilled nursing and assisted living facilities in Florida, Mississippi, and Alabama, with the majority, 34, in the Sunshine State. Aerohive enables high performance connectivity for health care associates, patients and visiting family members.

  • Hampden Academy

    The Hampden Academy is part of the Maine School Administrative District 22, a public school district in central Maine. The district uses a variety of Aerohive Access Points for its high-performance, easy-to-scale wireless LAN. Aerohive allows the new high school to meet the demands of Apple devices.

  • Harrisonburg City Public Schools

    The Harrisonburg City Public School system in Virginia could no longer provide reliable, secure wireless network access to its 4400 students (K-12) and 750 faculty members using the consumer-grade wireless access points they had implemented a few years ago. Network Administrator Dwayne Hottinger approached the Division Technology Committee at their monthly meeting with an ultimatum: "Either we find a wireless system that works, or we don't have a wireless system at all." What they found was Aerohive.

  • Hartlepool Borough Council

    The Borough of Hartlepool on the northeast coast of England is striving to give teachers and students broadband access in an effort to improve learning opportunities, both in and out of the classroom. The project, known as the Hartepool LearnNet, allows for wireless LANs in schools, as well as other locations where students gather, such as community centers, youth centers, and libraries, so any student with a laptop or personal device can access the Internet and on-line curriculum applications from wireless hot spots.

     

  • Harvard Square

    Harvard Square, located in the heart of Cambridge, Massachusetts, welcomes over eight million visitors each year, offering a world- renowned shopping, dining, cultural and academic location.

  • Hathaway Brown School

    The Hathaway Brown School implemented a 1-to-1 program to provide every student with an Apple iPad to enhance learning across early childhood, primary and middle schools. Additionally, they deployed a BYOD program for faculty and staff to utilize their personal smart phones, tablets and laptops on campus. Hathaway Brown School relies on Aerohive's robust wireless network infrastructure to support these important eLearning initiatives.

  • Havas France

    Havas France, a multinational advertising and public relations company is headquartered in Paris, with offices throughout France. The company had a traditional controller-based network, but it deployed Aerohive for simplified centralized management and a more robust solution across all its locations.

  • Haymarket Media Group

    Operating in a distributed enterprise environment across the UK and US, and with an increasingly mobile-savvy workforce, Haymarket faced heightened demand from employees for using smart devices in the workplace. Recognising that a high performance wireless network was critical to enabling mobile productivity, the IT team chose to implement Aerohive to provide a flexible, business grade WLAN to support the secure adoption of smart devices as well as guest access internationally across its offices.

  • Healthcare Reference Architecture Whitepaper

    Aerohive’s mobile access solutions for healthcare provide a reliable, high-performance and easy-to-use infrastructure that meets the needs of mission-critical EMR and other applications used by mobile caregivers. HiveOS’s intelligent distributed architecture delivers on the promise of cloud-enabled networking today by bringing the following benefits to caregivers and network administrators.

  • High-Density Wi-Fi Design Principles Whitepaper

    Design your high-density WLAN with sufficient focus on network planning and design and ensure the network equipment that is purchased and deployed is capable of delivering both high performance and intelligent features to optimize the use of limited spectrum. Only through proper requirements gathering, network design, configuration, and continual optimization can a Wi-Fi network be deployed that meets the demands of a dense client population. This white paper outlines a set of simple principles that you can use as a basic guide when designing your high-density network. 

  • HiveManager 6.1 Datasheet

    Aerohive Networks HiveManager NMS is a management system for Aerohive access points and branch routers. HiveManager enables simple policy creation, firmware upgrades, configuration updates, and centralized monitoring from a single console.

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  • HiveManager Online 6.1 Datasheet

    Aerohive Networks HiveManager Online NMS is an enterprise-class management system for Aerohive access points and routers, delivered as a cloud-based service. HiveManager Online offers the same simple policy creation, firmware upgrades, and centralized monitoring options as the on-premise version of HiveManager, without the need to deploy another device in your network.

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  • HiveManager Online Solution Brief

    HiveManager Online is the first cloud-based, enterprise-class Wi-Fi management solution and is a breakthrough in management simplicity, flexibility, and redundancy. HiveManager Online gives financial control back to organizations by offering a linearly-scalable Wi-Fi infrastructure management platform with no up-front management costs. Combined with HiveAPs, it's the simplest instantiation of enterprise Wi-Fi.

  • HiveOS Routing Features Datasheet

    Aerohive HiveOS is the operating system that powers all Aerohive devices. HiveOS Routing delivers non-stop networking, routing with VPNs and enterprise firewall security to remote and branch offices.

  • HiveOS Switching Features Datasheet

    Aerohive HiveOS is the operating system that powers all Aerohive devices. HiveOS Switching delivers enterprise-class switching functionality combined with identity-based routing, security features like 802.1X, and contextual policy enforcement.

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  • HiveOS Wi-Fi Features Datasheet

    Aerohive HiveOS is the network operating system that powers all Aerohive devices. HiveOS Wi-Fi delivers non-stop, high-performance wireless service, enterprise firewall security, and mobile device management to every Wi-Fi device.

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  • Holly Area School District

    Holly Area School District in Holly, Michigan is one of the schools leading the Wi-Fi-in-Education charge. A visit to Apple's Cupertino campus gave the district's Director of Technology, Matt Nello, the inspiration deploy MacBooks, iMacs, iPads, iPhones, iPod touch devices and Apple’s 21C digital media tools to the district's students, and connecting them to the network via Aerohive's Wi-Fi.

  • Hoogvliet

    Hoogvliet is a supermarket chain with 62 supermarkets and 57 liquor stores, spread across the center of The Netherlands. Hoogvliet opted for Aerohive because its unique architecture eliminates the need for a controller, which was compelling for the supermarket chain’s objectives for 24/7 uptake and scalability.

  • Horry County Schools

    While Horry County boasted competitive test scores, and other education achievements, it had run into reliability and manageability problems with its existing wireless network. It needed a more robust solution to serve as the Wi-Fi infrastructure for its highly distributed environment.

  • Huntington Beach Union High School District

    Located in Orange County, California, the Huntington Beach Union High School District includes six comprehensive high schools, one continuation high school, two alternative schools and the Huntington Beach Adult School. The District serves over 16,000 students and 1500 faculty and staff, providing services and instruction for the cities of Huntington Beach, Fountain Valley and Westminster. The diverse District is known for its commitment to academic excellence, and in addition has a strong dedication to providing advanced tools in the classroom, including a strong wireless infrastructure, issuing Chromebooks to students and using Google Apps for Education.

  • IASIS Healthcare

    Founded in 1998, IASIS Healthcare is headquartered in Franklin, Tennessee, and a leading provider of high quality, affordable healthcare services. With total annual net revenue of approximately $2.5 billion, IASIS owns and operates 19 acute care hospitals, one behavioral health hospital facility, several outpatient service facilities, more than 160 physician clinics, and Medicaid and Medicare managed health plans in Arizona and Utah that serve more than 174,000 members. IASIS Healthcare facilities are located in numerous regions across the United States across eight different states, with more than 4,400 licensed beds and over 15,000 dedicated professionals.

  • ID Manager Datasheet

    Aerohive's ID Manager is the first enterprise guest management system to leverage the cloud to simplify and automate the deployment and maintenance of enterprise guest management.

  • ID Manager Leverage the Cloud to Simplify and Automate Enterprise Guest Management Solution Brief

    Aerohive’s ID Manager is the first system to leverage the cloud to simplify and automate the deployment and maintenance of enterprise guest management. ID Manager combines industry-leading authentication integration with the deployment-tested Aerohive Cloud Services platform to eliminate the need for any additional hardware or software. 

  • iEverything Enterprise Whitepaper

    Virtualization, cloud computing, and wireless technology are fundamentally changing enterprise computing, providing revolutionary gains in productivity and cost savings. Powerful enterprise applications can now be delivered to almost any device, anywhere, at any time and take advantage of tremendous computing power available in consumer devices, such as smartphones and tablets. Regardless of whether these devices are corporate issued or personally owned, almost every IT department is experiencing the effects of unprecedented smart device and “Bring-Your-Own-Device” (BYOD) policy adoption in their enterprise. This paper will help you understand and address IT’s Dilemma in a Bring Your Own Device World.

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  • Innotrac

    Innotrac Corporation, based near Atlanta, Georgia, is a best-of-breed commerce provider integrating digital technology, fulfillment and contact center solutions to support global brands. They chose Aerohive for their fast, reliable, scalable and easy to use and manage wireless solutions.

  • Instant Connectivity for Retail Branch Offices At-a-glance

    In the retail space, the success of branch offices, whether it is one or many, is vital in helping brick-and-mortar retailers compete against online retailers, secure more customers, and build customer loyalty. Being able to rapidly extend network connectivity for employees and enabling guest Wi-Fi access for customers at branch locations can help accomplish these goals.

  • Iowa Judicial Branch

    The Iowa Judicial Branch has about 1,700 employees across the state in 150 offices, with the majority of them online during business hours. All 150 offices needed some level of WLAN support. But like many older buildings and courthouses across the country, concrete or solid rock walls present a serious challenge to an ambitious IT team.

  • Isle of Wight County Schools

    Isle of Wight County is one of the oldest county governments in the U.S, and like many cities and counties, Isle of Wight County Schools rely on high-tech learning tools to help give its students the best education possible. With the exceptional goal of giving the students access to the Internet (and devices for accessing the Internet) the county turned to Aerohive to reach that goal for their 5,500 students attending one of nine K-12 schools: two high schools, two middle schools and five elementary schools, as well as for the 900 faculty and staff.

  • John Marshall Law School

    In 2003, John Marshall became the first law school in Chicago to deploy a campus-wide wireless local area network, providing mobile Internet access to its student body. Facing an extremely expensive upgrade to their controller-based WLAN, the school decided it was time to look for an alternative WLAN architecture.

  • John Septimus Roe Anglican Community School

    Located in Western Australia, John Septimus Roe Anglican Community School is a co-educational Anglican community school in Western Australia, providing a quality educational experience for over 2000 Kindergarten - Year 12 students across two campuses. Thanks to the reliability & ease-of-management of Aerohive's Wi-Fi, John Septimus Roe are rapidly working towards delivering a 1-to-1 BYOD iPad Programme for all students in years 4-12.

  • Kali Protectives

    Based in Morgan Hill, California, Kali Protectives is an emerging sporting goods manufacturer. The athlete-owned company was founded in 2008 and is focused on delivering innovative and progressive safety head and body protection gear for biking, motocross and snow sports. Through its extensive retailer distribution network, the company is poised for growth and expansion in the years to come.

     

  • Las Virgenes Unified School District

    The Las Virgenes Unified School District is dedicated to providing the highest quality education possible to its students. Based in a high wealth area, Las Virgenes USD does not receive much federal or state funding to supplement a 1to1 program and common core assessment. LVUSD relies on Aerohive's robust wireless solution to enable faculty and students to bring up to four devices each to support common core project based learning and integrate with the district's Aeries Student Information System (SIS).

  • Leonardo & Co.

    Leonardo & Co. is a major financial consulting group with offices throughout Europe. They chose Aerohive to gain a network infrastructure that is manageable, scalable and high performance. The company has successfully simplified provisioning, reduced management overheads and enhanced security control with their wireless solution.

  • Leveraging Mobility: How government agencies can boost productivity with bring your own device (BYOD)

    This white paper will take government agencies through the necessary connectivity and productivity requirements and explain how Aerohive can help ensure the network is truly ready for the mobility explosion. This will include an overview of the necessary access, authentication, and security options, as well as a focus on how to properly manage devices once they are on the network — one of the most overlooked aspects of a BYOD implementation. Networks should be prepared to make all devices attached to it productive and compliant for a successful BYOD implementation.

  • Long Island Veterinary Specialists

    For so many people, pets are considered a member of the family. When they fall ill, like any family member, they receive the best healthcare the family is able to provide. With a growing clientele, its advanced services, and a goal to leveraging the latest wireless-enabled medical equipment available, Long Island Veterinary Specialists center faced the need to deploy business-class Wi-Fi throughout its facility.

  • Lubbock Christian University

    Lubbock Christian University deploys Aerohive's cooperative control HiveAPs to provide reliable WLAN connectivity to the school's multiple networks: one network for students, faculty, and staff that provides secure, encrypted access to applications and resources, another for secure, but not encrypted access, and a third that provides unsecure Internet access for guests.

     

  • Macaroni Grill

    When the IT group at Macaroni Grill needed to build everything that a standalone company would need to operate, and highly secure Wi-Fi played a major role in the infrastructure requirements. Macaroni Grill turned to Aerohive because its wireless network met its Wi-Fi security requirements, as well as other requirements such as ease of management and deployment.

  • Making Retail Personal with Aerohive’s Personalized Engagement Platform

    Learn how Aerohive is enabling retailers of all sizes to use mobility to increase productivity, engage customers, and grow their businesses.

  • Making the Grade

    This whiteboard video outlines the trends impacting schools and the benefits of adopting Aerohive's Mobility-Optimized Access Layer solution.

  • Memorial Hermann Health System

    Memorial Hermann is the largest not-for-profit healthcare system in Texas, operating 12 hospitals and over 175 clinics. Founded over 100 years ago, the 5,500 affiliated physicians and 21,000 employees at Memorial Hermann treat more than 1.4 million patients annually. Memorial Hermann has received national awards and recognition, including being ranked one of the nation's Top 5 large health systems.

  • Michigan Blood

    Founded in 1955, Michigan Blood is an independent, nonprofit blood bank that provides blood for 38 hospitals across Michigan's Lower Peninsula. Michigan Blood collects over 120,000 blood donations each year at its nine permanent donation sites and more than 3,700 mobile blood drives held annually throughout the state. With over 400 employees, more than 600 volunteers, as well as up to 40 mobile blood drives occurring daily, Michigan Blood is a 24/7/365 operation

  • Mid Essex Hospital Services NHS Trust

    As Broomfield Hospital, part of Mid Essex Hospital Service NHS Trust, undergoes a major redevelopment, the IT team is using this opportunity to integrate cutting edge wireless technology to optimize usage of medical tablet PCs, computers-on-wheels, and RFID to track beds and medical equipment. Implementing a wireless network from Aerohive allows the team to reach their goal of making the hospital 'self-aware'.

  • Mobile-First Enterprise: Easing The IT Burden

    10 Requirements for Optimizing Your Network for Mobility

    The age of the mobile-first enterprise is upon us. The challenges that face IT can be daunting and decisions made about access to enterprise resources today will affect how efficient and effective the IT organization is for years to come. This document sets out what it means to be a mobile-first enterprise and what networks are needed to accommodate the modern corporate user. It seeks to understand the potential issues IT faces in a mobile-first enterprise and the advantages of framing the problems properly for long-term success and effectiveness.

  • Mobility Changes Everything: Leverage the Power of Aerohive

    The mobility trends of today demonstrate that controller-based technology may no longer be appropriate for the latest challenges presented by mobile-first enterprise deployments and the move to gigabit Wi-Fi (802.11ac).

  • Mobility Optimized Access Layer Solution Brief

    Aerohive provides comprehensive access solutions for the mobile-first enterprise. Built from the ground up for today’s challenges, Aerohive sets new standards for how to address the global trends that are impacting every organization with a unique and powerful combination of distributed networking intelligence and an industry leading, cloud services infrastructure. This allows Aerohive to deliver secure, mobility-optimized access to every site with consistent, predictable service and maximum security.

  • Mobility Suite At-a-Glance

    The Aerohive Mobility Suite featuring Client Management and ID Manager applications leverages Aerohive’s industry-first Cooperative Control HiveOS platforms and extends management and control over the complete spectrum of clients, from transient guests to company-issued devices.

  • Muskogee Public Schools

    Established in 1898, the Muskogee Public School District (MPSI20) is located in the Northeast quadrant of Oklahoma and is the primary public school district in Muskogee, Oklahoma. When looking to upgrade the district’s wireless infrastructure to a faster network, Muskogee Public Schools realized licensing issues between Cisco WiSMs and Cisco access points would force the district to replace all existing equipment, including every access point, switch and controller, and start from square one – a huge cost for a school on a limited budget. Ultimately, Aerohive was selected for its comprehensive approach, central management capability, ease of deployment and cost-effective, controller-less solution.

  • Next Generation Access Network - Protocols are Free

    Yesterday's de facto standard architecture is commonly referred to as the, “controller-based” architecture. It involves one or more controllers and controller-based (lightweight, thin) access points (APs). Aerohive re-introduced what every router and switch network already used as a defacto standard – fully distributed control plane leveraging free protocols with a centralized network management system, eliminating the need for a centralized Controller. The controller-less solution.

  • NHS Lincolnshire

    When NHS Lincolnshire, a national health service organization responsible for the planning and purchasing of healthcare for for over 700,000 people, wanted to extend wireless flexibility and mobility benefits to on-site employees at community hospitals, clinics and GP surgeries, they turned to Aerohive.

  • NHS Newham

    NHS Newham wanted to ensure staff had the ability to update and access patient records or schedule a medical procedure from any location securely and in real time. A limited budget required choosing a wireless vendor who could help drive down CAPEX and OPEX without compromising security, innovation and value. Aerohive was able to deliver.

  • Nicolet Bank

    Founded in 2000, Nicolet National Bank is a customer-focused community bank with 23 branch locations primarily throughout the state of Wisconsin. With over 325 employees, and assets of approximately $1.1 billion, Nicolet National Bank is pleased to offer a wide range of financial services including commercial and consumer loans, banking services, wealth management and retirement plans.

  • Northwest Community Credit Union

    Founded in 1949, Northwest Community Credit Union (NWCU) initially served the employees of the Weyerhaeuser Company. By 1973, the credit union had grown to serve hundreds of select employer groups in western Oregon focused on wood products and the forest industry. Today the organization has broadened its mission to the greater Pacific Northwest community with 87,000 members and $840 million in assets.

  • Norwich School

    Dating back as far as 1096, Norwich school is one of the oldest independent schools in the UK. Each day pupils and staff go about their business in and around magnificent mediaeval buildings, yet their wireless needs to support e-learning and the influx of smart devices, are being met with a 21st century network from Aerohive. 

  • Oberto

    Oberto was founded in Seattle in 1918 by Italian immigrants and is the second largest producer of beef jerky in the nation. The company makes and markets more than 400 varieties of dried meat products, with annual revenue of $220M. It offers meat jerky in beef, pork, and turkey versions, as well as snack sausages. All these goodies are sold under the brand names Lowrey's Meat Snacks, Pacific Gold Beef Jerky, and Oh Boy Oberto! Oberto also sells all-natural jerky using no preservatives or artificial flavors. The company's products are available nationwide and in Canada through supermarkets and club, convenience, and mass-merchandising stores.

  • Ormiston Senior College

    Located near Auckland in New Zealand, Ormiston Senior College (OSC) has an enrolment capacity of 1000 students for Grades 11 to 13. OSC, with Aerohive's Wi-Fi, have realised their own expectation that any wireless device within the school should be able to connect from anywhere to their online cloud-based learning resources, whether they be school-owned computers, handheld devices or phones brought in by students and staff. This innovative technological approach has supported the school in the delivery of its personalised learning ethos.

  • Oxford Brookes University

    University deploys WLAN to manage 100% year-on-year growth of mobile internet device access among its students and staff

  • Palm Beach County School District

    Established in 1909, the School District of Palm Beach County is the eleventh largest in the nation and the fifth largest in the state of Florida with 187 schools and 13 ancillary facilities, serving more than 177,000 students. As the largest employer in Palm Beach County, the School District is a $2.5 billion organization with over 21,000 employees, including over 12,000 teachers as well as 39,000 volunteers. The District has an IT team of over 160 employees, with a small team dedicated to network architecture.

  • PCI 3.0 Compliance and Security for Retailers Solution Brief

    The Aerohive Personalized Engagement Platform provides a flexible, high-performance Wi-Fi network with advanced security features that address PCI 3.0 requirements. Gain a highly secure way to personalize the shopping experience for in-store customers while complementing your PCI compliance goals.

  • Pender County School District

    The Pender County School District in North Carolina wanted to find the most affordable, scalable, and easily managed wireless LAN. After examining all of its alternatives, the district found success with Aerohive Networks.

  • Pinnacol Assurance

    Pinnacol Assurance was founded in 1915 and provides workers’ compensation insurance for over 55,000 policyholders at companies and organizations across the state of Colorado. Operating as a quasi-governmental agency and operating under a state charter, Pinnacol has nearly 600 employees with $426M in annual revenues. The company insures approximately 60 percent of the Colorado workforce.

  • Planning for the Future of Wi-Fi

    Wi-Fi will become the primary access layer connection! Are you ready? The capital cost and productivity advantages of Wi-Fi over cabling every cube, and the substantial performance improvements of 802.11n over previous generations of Wi-Fi, make 802.11n WLANs the primary user network connection in tomorrow's enterprise. Learn why this is the case and the implications for your network in this video, featuring Craig Mathias, respected wireless analyst and founder of the Farpoint Group, and Devin Akin, renowned wireless industry expert and Chief Wi-Fi Architect at Aerohive.

  • Public or Private Cloud: The Choice is Yours Whitepaper

    The debate waging between deploying either public or private cloud services has remained to be a major worry and source of confusion among IT managers. This paper helps to define and differentiate between private and public cloud services in order to make a well-informed decision on which service to implement.

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  • Queens University of Charlotte

    Queens University of Charlotte is a private, co-ed, Presbyterian-affiliated university. Queens uses a variety of Aerohive APs for its high-performance, easy-to-scale wireless LAN architecture that provides staff, instructors, students and visiting family with uninterrupted network throughout the campus and in off-campus buildings.

  • Radio Resource Management in HiveOS Solution Brief

    Radio conditions change rapidly, and responding to a constantly-shifting environment requires that a network have the agility to react quickly. In this paper learn how Aerohive’s cooperative control architecture was designed to enable distributed algorithms to support real-time processing, and this capability is used extensively within the radio management subsystem of HiveOS, the Aerohive operating system.

  • Regent's College London

    Regent’s College London is the UK’s largest not-for-profit college of higher education. It comprises seven schools under the umbrella of two faculties as well as a conference centre, and is based in central London. Regent’s College London assessed WLAN solutions from Aerohive and Meru, but chose Aerohive based on its ability to scale with the college’s ambitions and compelling price point.

  • Retail Analytics At a Glance

    The Aerohive Personalized Engagement Platform gives retailers a new way to optimize customer acquisition, loyalty, and engagement in brick-and-mortar locations. Going beyond just providing high-speed and reliable Wi-Fi access in stores or offices, Aerohive Retail Analytics provides insight into business intelligence and consumer behavior in and around stores regardless of whether the customer has joined the Wi-Fi network.

  • Retail Made Personal Brochure

    Aerohive’s proven access solutions enable retailers of all sizes to use mobility to increase productivity, engage customers, and grow their businesses.

  • Retail Made Personal Whitepaper

    Make the shopping experience personal, relevant, and profitable

  • Retailers Gain Simpler, Budget-Friendly WLAN Options Whitepaper

    Retailing companies often must support many geographically dispersed sites on a shoestring IT budget. The wireless LANs (WLANs) in these sites are often small, but they nevertheless need business-class capabilities, such as advanced security protection and centralized management, which often add a premium to the price tag. New WLAN architectures and deployment models, however, have emerged to offer more options to help retailers get what they need while sticking to their budgets. This paper will explore new wireless opportunities for retailers, and then discuss several considerations associated with modern WLAN decision-making.

  • Rethink Your Branch Network Strategy

    In today’s virtual enterprise, access to corporate resources must be secure, reliable, and manageable, with consistently enforced policy while simultaneously allowing access from anywhere at any time. This is why access network strategies have become critical to business growth. If IT can empower every remote worker with the full capabilities available at headquarters, the business can differentiate itself and directly influence the company’s bottom line.

  • Rethinking Traditional Architectures for Enterprise Wireless Networks, by IDC

    Wireless LAN’s are changing in order to cope with new demands from mobility such as BYOD, the Internet of Things and cloud services. As a result, organizations are having to find new ways to design, deploy and support their infrastructure. Moreover, lean budgets, geographically distributed deployments and, in some cases, a lack of onsite RF expertise pose additional potential obstacles for network managers. This paper from IDC explores the trends, challenges, and solutions that the latest generations of WiFi architecture deliver.

  • RHA Health Services

    RHA Health Services is a leading non-profit provider of services and support for people with developmental and intellectual disabilities. Aerohive clearly offered the most reliable enterprise wireless network infrastructure, which was a key requirement for RHA’s move from a paper-based system to a fully integrated EMR system.

  • Rimi Baltic

    Baltic retail giant, Rimi, mobilises workforce across 240 locations and realises efficiencies and improvements in stock management, sales and customer experience. It’s good business for a retail chain to install wireless networking if it lets store employees work freely on the shop floor, providing service to customers. If the proper optimisation procedures and architecture approaches can save you half the access points, then that’s good business as well.

  • Riverside Health Care Systems, Inc.

    Riverside Health Care Systems is always on the lookout for to state-of-the-art medical technology to increase the productivity of its staff and to continually improve the quality of patient care. When they realized that an 802.11n wireless LAN would enable a broad range of new applications to exactly fit those goals, they turned to Aerohive Networks.

  • Riverside Unified School District

    Like any massive school district, RUSD faces a mobile-device onslaught, especially because the district is implementing a one-to-one program using tablet computers. This tablet program drove the need for a high-performance, scalable, reliable WLAN at the schools.

  • Routers At-a-Glance

    Aerohive’s innovative new routers combine 802.11n performance, wired/wireless connectivity and enterprise grade security via the cloud.

  • Rowan-Salisbury School System

    Rowan-Salisbury School System is the largest employer in Rowan County comprised of 35 schools, about 20,000 students, and about 3,000 employees. Rowan-Salisbury was facing the growth pains that come for school districts that embrace high-tech trends. It needed to accommodate an influx of Apple iPads, iPod Touches, laptops, and other popular Wi-Fi-enabled mobile devices, on its wireless network.

  • Saber Healthcare Group

    With 50 skilled healthcare facilities and counting across Ohio, Pennsylvania and Virginia, Saber Healthcare Group is committed to providing quality care to the people of its community. Due to its rate of growth, the organization faced the need to deploy an easy-to-manage wireless network – one that would provide seamless and reliable connectivity to buildings that are distributed across vastly different locations.

  • San Mateo Event Center

    The San Mateo Event Center has evolved to become one of the San Francisco Bay Area’s top destinations for consumer and trade events. The Event Center uses a variety of Aerohive APs for a high-performance, scalable wireless LAN to cover its 48-acre site.

  • Santa Clara County Library District

    The Santa Clara County Library District is located in the Silicon Valley and serves nine cities and the unincorporated areas of Santa Clara County, consisting of seven community libraries and one branch library with a budget of over $34 million. The Library District also operates two bookmobiles and offers comprehensive online library services to its more than 3 million annual visitors.

  • Schools Graduate to Enterprise Class Wi-Fi Whitepaper

    Online multimedia and interactive educational applications are invading the classroom and prompting schools to take a fresh look at what’s possible with the latest in wireless LAN technology. This paper examines how schools can apply 802.11n enterprise-class Wi-Fi technology in ways that pay while overcoming such traditional challenges as shrinking budgets, high network management costs, and nagging performance and reliability troubles.

  • Scotmid Co-operative Society Ltd.

    When Scotmid started looking for a Wi-Fi solution for their warehouse, they quickly recognized the need for wireless technology to support future applications at other locations as well, including the Co-op’s modern, three-story headquarters building and its 260+ retail stores. What Scotmid wanted was a single wireless LAN solution capable of meeting the needs of all three of these very different environments.

  • See how Aerohive customers are using the cloud

    Many Aerohive customers are leveraging Aerohive's cloud networking services to centrally manage their locations from anywhere and accelerate their deployment time. In this video, you'll hear how Burgerville, Northwest Credit Union, and Dari-Mart benefit from Aerohive's cloud networking solutions.

  • Seminole County Public Schools

    Seminole County Public Schools is one of the largest and highest-rated school districts in Florida, educating about 64,000 students. The district uses a variety of Aerohive Access Points for its high-performance, easy-to-scale wireless LAN. Aerohive allows schools to meet the demands of BYOD and computer-based testing.

  • Septodont Incorporated

    As part of a strategic project to roll out a new global ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) system, Septodont was keen to incorporate a robust and reliable business-critical Wi-Fi infrastructure to enable real-time data entry for barcode terminals and readers across the company’s manufacturing and distribution facilities. 

  • Seven Guidelines to Support Standardized Testing

    With a nearly $400 million dollar investment from the US Department of Education, school systems across the US are moving their current standardized testing to online services to accurately and efficiently measure student achievement and growth. School IT departments have until the 2014-2015 school year to prep their networks for online assessments. Many states have resources that provide guidelines to ensure accurate testing implementations, but the direction for network preparations are still a little unclear. Read this solution brief to learn about the seven things you can do to prep your network for online testing.

  • Sheehy Auto Group

    Founded in 1965, Sheehy Auto Group began as a small, family-owned car dealership located just off the Washington D.C. Beltway. By 1975, Sheehy had grown to the largest Ford dealership in the country. Today, the company has over $900 million in sales with 30,000 annual new and used vehicle sales, with 21 dealer-owned and franchisee locations.

  • Siena Heights University

    With six campuses located throughout Michigan, and courses offered online, Siena Heights University prides itself on its ability to make a private education affordable as well as its desire to embrace emerging technologies. Siena, as a leader in technology, was the first university in Michigan to offer complete wireless coverage across the main campus. However, as a result, its current wireless system was showing its age.  The IT department realized that it had a pressing need to step up its game by embracing the newer Wi-Fi standards and finding a more robust and management friendly system that would meet the expectations of today’s users as well as the challenges of the future

  • Simpli-fi Point of Care

    Addressing the Wi-Fi challenges in today's healthcare facilities, such as providing flexibility to caregivers for any device access, HIPAA compliance, and ease of management for healthcare IT. The Aerohive solution resolves these challenges and helps to deploy a simple, resilient and low cost Wireless LAN network.

  • Simpli-fi Point of Care Solution Brief

    The Aerohive Simpli-Fi Solution is built on Wi-Fi mesh technology for access-point-to-access-point direct communication. With a fully distributed data forwarding and control plane architecture, Aerohive Simpli-Fi eliminates dependency on Wi-Fi controllers and remote WAN connections for superior performance. Caregivers and clinicians receive nonstop access to their critical applications and patient data.

  • Single Band Sector Antenna Datasheet

    The Aerohive indoor single-band lightweight antenna is well suited for applications where 120° H-plane and 70° E-plane is most optimal.

  • Skilled Healthcare

    Skilled Healthcare, LLC, is a leading support-services provider to the long-term care profession. These locations comprise over 10,700 licensed beds.As with all such diverse healthcare companies, dealing with a combination of aging facilities and increasing wireless demands presents a challenge to enterprise-class wireless networks. That’s where Aerohive came in.

     

  • SLA Compliance: Wireless Fidelity Achieved Whitepaper

    Aerohive delivers the next level in network visibility and reactive response with a new infrastructure-side performance monitoring and response system: SLA Compliance. By increasing the troubleshooting granularity and active response speed far beyond what any IT professional could accomplish manually, SLA Compliance allows IT to make Wi-Fi performance guarantees.

  • Smart Mobility Platform for Retailers

    This whiteboard video outlines the mobility trends impacting retailers and the benefits of adopting Aerohive's Smart Mobility Platform.

  • Smart Mobility Platform for Retailers Solution Brief

    Major technology trends are changing the landscape of the Retail Industry. Empowered shoppers enabled with smart phones, fast growth of E-commerce raising consumer expectations in terms of lower prices and better customer experience and lastly, Web analytics providing online retailers with valuable customer buying trends have forced the traditional retailers to change the way they deliver customer shopping experience. In this solution brief, Aerohive provides an introduction to Smart mobility platform for retailers to envision an integrated, innovative platform to support mobility requirements from store front, manager offices to warehouse to provide superior customer shopping experience while improving retail employees productivity at a low cost of ownership.

  • Smart Mobility Platform for Retailers Whitepaper

    Advent of Smart phones and the adoption of E-commerce has permanently changed the landscape of Retail industry and the overall shopping experience for the customers. Customers are in a position to tell retailers Where, When and How they prefer to shop as the shopping experience is no longer confined to the time in the store. Customers research products, store alternatives, compare prices and read opinions from a variety of mobile devices pre-dominantly with Wi-Fi connectivity. In this whitepaper, Aerohive outlines the key characteristics of an integrated mobility platform for retailers and the benefits of deployment this platform for now and the future.

  • Snapper Services Ltd.

    Aerohive meets requirement for secure Wi-Fi providing connectivity between ticketing machines on buses and servers located across network of bus depots.

  • Snowline Joint Unified School District

    The Snowline Joint Unified School District (JUSD) was founded in 1982 and today has over 7,800 students across 12 schools. Prior to deploying Aerohive, Snowline Joint Unified School District had a hardwired, interconnected network infrastructure that provided zero wireless access and offered limited access within classrooms. Snowline JUSD began pursuing new wireless options that could support the required Common Core SBAC testing and could be easily deployed, requiring little to no construction or re-wiring that could cause significant disruption to the network, protracted time schedules for implementation, and prohibitive cost. Ultimately, Aerohive was chosen for its flexible, scalable, cost-effective controller-less solution that was able to piggyback on Snowline’s existing infrastructure. Aerohive also provided IT with centralized management, control and complete visibility into the network.

  • South Carolina Department of Probation, Parole and Pardon Services

    The South Carolina Department of Probation, Parole and Pardon Services (SCDPPPS) maintains a main headquarter office in Columbia, SC plus 53 widely distributed offices around the State. SCDPPPS chose a comprehensive WLAN solution from Aerohive for its security, performance and resiliency features, along with Unified Access Control (UAC) software from Juniper, an Aerohive partner.

  • SR2024P Switch Datasheet

    The SR2024P platform is a 24-port Gigabit Ethernet access switch with 4 additional 1 Gigabit SFP ports. 24 Ethernet ports support high-power PoE (Power over Ethernet), and the entire device supports the feature-rich capabilities of HiveOS, including RADIUS, 802.1X security, and cloud-based management

  • SR2124P Switch Datasheet

    The SR2124P platform is a 24-port Gigabit Ethernet access switch with 4 additional 10 Gigabit SFP ports. All Ethernet ports support high-power PoE (Power over Ethernet+), and the entire device supports the feature-rich capabilities of HiveOS, including RADIUS, 802.1X security, and cloud-based management.

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  • SR2148P Switch Datasheet

    The SR2148P platform is a 48-port Gigabit Ethernet access switch with 4 additional 10 Gigabit SFP ports. All Ethernet ports support high-power PoE (Power over Ethernet+), and the entire device supports the feature-rich capabilities of HiveOS, including RADIUS, 802.1X security, and cloud-based management.

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  • Stephenson Harwood

    Stephenson Harwood is a leading international law firm that turned to Aerohive for a wireless network that would allow them to operate a secure, easy to manage, future-proof network, which could support Mobile IT adoption, and meet workers’ growing expectations.

  • StudentManager & TeacherView: Giving Teachers Control of Wireless Computing in the Classroom Solution Brief

    As 1:1 laptop programs become more common and as curricula allow students more access to computing and personalization of their computers, teachers have found themselves becoming both the first line of network support for their students and the content traffic cop, which draws them away from their central role as educators. This solution brief will describe Aerohive's TeacherView application, which provides a very compelling tool to enable the network control teachers need to make 1:1 programs succeed.

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  • StudentManager Datasheet

    Aerohive Networks StudentManager is a powerful monitoring and reporting system for school districts who use Aerohive HiveAPs for wireless access. StudentManager is designed to provide a school district with a single solution to monitor and track wireless client use in schools, as well as put power into the hands of classroom administrators while instructing using a wireless network.

  • Switches At-a-Glance

    Aerohive Networks SR platforms combine enterprise-class access switching with cloud-enabled management, on-demand provisioning, and secure branch routing to provide the industry’s most advanced networking feature set to the edge of your network.

  • TeacherView Demo

    In this short video, we will introduce you to TeacherView, an innovative new WLAN product designed to make the most of laptops in the classroom.

  • TeacherView: Showing real-time view of students' WiFi connections

    In this whiteboard video, you'll learn how TeacherView gives teachers a very simple way to view their students' connection status in a classroom.

  • Tennessee Tech University

    Tennessee Tech University is the state’s only public technological university, TTU uses a variety of Aerohive APs for its high-performance, easy-to-scale wireless LAN architecture that provides staff, instructors, students and visiting family with uninterrupted network access on the sprawling campus.

  • The Aerohive Story in Two Minutes

    Watch the Aerohive Story in 2 minutes!

  • The Benefits of Cloud Networking Whitepaper

    Cloud networking introduces a new way to deploy, operate, and manage distributed enterprise networks. It delivers enterprise-class network capabilities via a cloud infrastructure that requires little or no capital investment in additional appliances or IT resources. This white paper will provide details about cloud networking, the state of the cloud market, its benefits, and Aerohive’s cloud-enabled networking platform and its current cloud networking offerings.

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  • The Boyd Group

    In 1990, The Boyd Group Inc. opened its first autobody collision repair facility in Canada and is the largest operator of collision repair centers in North America, with over 3,000 employees and more than 250 locations. The company operates in five Canadian provinces under the trade name Boyd Autobody & Glass and in 14 states within the U.S. under the names Gerber Collision & Glass, The Recovery Room and Autocrafters. With annual sales of over $430M, the company has grown through acquisition in recent years and looks to continue to expand its growth strategy in years to come.

  • The British School of Brussels

    The emergence of the iPad and smart devices offers unprecedented opportunities for a school with a modern, progressive approach to education. The British School of Brussels rapidly concluded that this exciting new technology could be readily integrated into the classroom to enhance and accelerate the learning experience through the use of robust Wi-Fi network from Aerohive.

  • The Cloud's Impact on the Economics of Branch Office Networking Webinar

     

    This unique webinar features Gartner Vice President and Distinguished Analyst Mark Fabbi and it explains how cloud-enabled networking allows full functionality in the branch, enterprise-grade visibility and control in real-time, with the ability to provide automated remediation and security to even the most remote branch or teleworker.

  • The Gilbert School

    Founded in 1895, The Gilbert School is a semi-private secondary school that serves as the public high school for the towns of Winchester and Hartland, Connecticut. The School is a six-year comprehensive middle and secondary school offering a diversity of challenging academic programs to meet the needs of all its students. With a faculty of 54 teachers and a student body of approximately 550 students, the school enjoys a tradition of a variety of student extracurricular activities. The Gilbert School recently introduced an International Residency Program, bringing international boarding students to the school to experience academic life.

  • The Importance of Building High-Availability Wireless LANs Whitepaper

    The last 5 years of enterprise wireless LANs have enabled IT professionals to push high-availability techniques to the network edge, closer to users than ever before. By eliminating the need for controllers, the Cooperative Control Architecture from Aerohive Networks delivers unprecedented levels of availability, resiliency and scalability to mission-critical WLANs while significantly reducing the costs and complexity associated with controller deployments.

  • The Leys School

    Top Cambridge independent school is now offering uninterrupted Wi-Fi for pupils across its 50 acre campus with Aerohive’s enterprise wireless LAN.

  • The Life and Death of the WLAN Controller

    With the introduction of 802.11ac and the explosion of mobile devices on enterprise networks, controller-based networks may adversely affect user experience and require expensive upgrades and added management complexity. The mobility trends of today demonstrate that controller-based technology may no longer be appropriate for the latest challenges presented by mobile-first enterprise deployments and the move to gigabit Wi-Fi (802.11ac).

  • The Madeira School

    100-year-old school for girls gets a wireless upgrade to give students and faculty greater access, and to give IT greater control, reliability, manageability, and flexibility to meet the school's changing needs.

  • The Network Impact of 802.11n Whitepaper

    802.11n promises to bring revolutionary advances in bandwidth, throughput, and reliability to the wireless LAN. It will also have a perhaps unforeseen impact on the wired network, as well. Bandwidth, throughput and reliability will now become an end-to-end network problem, particularly in cases where the WLAN is deployed as network infrastructure rather than as an overlay.

  • The New Mobility: Astonishingly Simple and Powerful

    Mobility has not only changed how we live, it is also dramatically changing the network infrastructures that we rely on. For the better. As organizations cope with a tidal wave of mobile users, mobile applications, and demand for pervasive access, it’s becoming clearer that prior-generation approaches to providing mobility are breaking. Aerohive innovation eliminates the hardware, complex management, and cost-intensive elements of traditional wireless networks. Instead, customers around the world are eliminating controller-based wireless networks, assuring enterprise-class resiliency, dramatically simplifying management, and slashing costs. This paper describes how.

  • The VeldhovenGroup

    The VeldhovenGroup started in 1950 as an importer for various clothing producers, before establishing itself in 1980 as a fashion house. Their challenge was to replace the existing Wi-Fi hotspots, reduce time spent managing and remediating on-site WLAN connection issues, and offer staff and guests custom access profiles for personal and corporate-owned devices. Aerohive’s WLAN and HiveManager Online was the perfect solution to all their challenges.

  • Toyota Racing Series

    Toyota New Zealand has run a motorsport program, Toyota Racing Series (TRS), for the past 9 years. The TRS is a single seat formula designed to provide drivers and engineers with experience in preparing and competing in a one design championship, and provides drivers the opportunity to display their capabilities in a relevant and recognised car. With a greater number of international teams, the need to get up to the minute information to their parents, sponsors and connections throughout NZ, Europe, North America and Asia had become paramount. An Aerohive Wi-FI connection allowing up to the minute live reporting and information to team members, parents and sponsors throughout NZ and the World. With the Aerohive Wi-Fi network in place, the Toyota Racing Series reported an immediate difference in their ability to track their drivers on the track and supply this information to all interested parties.

  • Tyndale Christian School

    Located in Western Sydney, Australia, Tyndale Christian School caters to over 750 students from Prep to Year 12 across 18 separate buildings. Thanks to the reliability & ease-of-management of Aerohive's Wi-Fi, Tyndale are rapidly working towards delivering 1-to-1 learning where every student has a portable digital device so that they can connect with their teacher, other students or experts.

  • Ultralight Branch Whitepaper from Nemertes

    The distributed, virtualizing enterprise seeks to limit—or break—the relationship between physical location and the ability of a business to function. By shifting from traditional mid-sized to small branches to larger numbers of very small locations, the enterprise can more agilely address its business needs and opportunities. This strategy requires that IT be able to implement a location for a small number of users with very low overhead, and that it be able to turn up services at such locations very quickly—and turn them down again just as quickly. Ultralight branches let the business drive the placement and lifespan of branches while minimizing real estate, infrastructure, operational, and service costs.

  • Union School District

    When the technical gurus at Union School District in San Jose, CA learned of Aerohive and its controller-less architecture, they were hooked. The school district was already testing a controller-based system but did an about face after being introduced to Aerohive for the first time during a webinar.

  • Universidad Nacional de Mexico

    When this prestigious university set out to provide Internet, video conferencing, telephony, and media programming services ubiquitously throughout campus, it turned to the most resilient and easiest to manage Wireless LAN network equipment maker available.

  • University of North Georgia

    North Georgia University offers a high-quality college experience in a beautiful mountain setting, about an hour north of Atlanta. Aerohive's quality, performance and numerous WLAN features reinforce the college’s mission of excellence. The university plans to use Aerohive in cutting-edge networks, such as a gaming-only wireless network for the residence halls.

  • Vail School District

    The Vail School District, located southeast of Tucson, lies in the heart of the Southern Arizona’s Sonoran Desert Valley. The District’s 18 schools include four charter schools, a blended learning center and an online homeschool partnership with over 12,000 students in grades K-12 with over 1,700 employees. The District is proudly home to Empire High School, founded in 2005 as the first public one to one high school in the United States with all wireless device technology and fully digital curriculum.

  • Val Thorens Ski Resort

    Val Thorens Ski Resort already had a Wi-Fi network for internal administrative use, but wanted to expand the network to offer skiers internet access whilst on the slopes. Val Thorens’ IT team wanted a centralised solution that could be remotely managed, and cost-effective to deploy with minimal effort.

  • West Valley-Mission Community College District

    Established in 1963, West Valley-Mission Community College District (WVMCCD) is located in Northern California and is comprised of two campuses: West Valley College in Saratoga and Mission College in Santa Clara. WVMCCD needed a new wireless solution that was cost effective, could provide high-speed bandwidth for both students and faculty, accommodate the influx of BYO devices onto the network, monitor connectivity and enhance IT efficiency. Ultimately, Aerohive was selected for its comprehensive approach, management capability, ease of deployment and cost-effective, controller-less solution.

  • Wheaton Academy

    For some time, Wheaton Academy's 45 teachers used desktop computers to access applications such as on-line attendance, grading, homework assignments, and Moodle, a virtual blackboard application. Desktops lacked mobility, however. Because classrooms were in continuous use, teachers needed a way to move from classroom to classroom and still access applications from wherever they were.

  • Wi-Fi Provides Rx for Healthcare Challenges Whitepaper

    The healthcare environment naturally lends itself to wireless networking, given the inherently mobile nature of physicians, nurses, orderlies, and others who move from bed to bed or examining room to examining room, ministering to patients. This paper looks at how healthcare providers are using wireless LANs creatively to improve patient care and to realize much-needed cost efficiencies. It also discusses the primary challenges health organizations face in their deployments and offers up solutions for successfully addressing them.

  • Wireless LAN Best Practices for Compliant Care Whitepaper

    Healthcare is an ever-changing and consistently challenging environment for technology, but Aerohive has a unique focus on ensuring the wireless LAN and access layer are easy to deploy, configure, manage, and monitor. Regardless of where you live around the world, technology is going to continue to play a larger and more critical role in healthcare, and it is important to stay informed and in compliance with all regulatory compliance requirements.

  • WLAN Buyer’s Guide: The definitive guide for evaluating enterprise WLAN networks

    It is crucial to thoroughly understand the systems management capabilities of any WLAN being considered, since this will be the largest ongoing expense of the overall deployment. The vendor should list and clearly describe every element of the central management system required. Learn how to evaluate properly by reading Aerohive's WLAN Definitive Guide.

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  • WLAN Cloud Management Webinar

    Once you've enabled your people to work from virtually anywhere, anytime, and on any device, you need to maintain essential security and control under the constant pressure to drive down cost, while increasing productivity and growth. Enter the Cloud.

    Presented by Craig Mathias, Principal, Farpoint Group, June 21, 2011

  • WLAN Management Moves to the Cloud Farpoint Group Whitepaper

    Cloud-based WLAN management is poised to become a major alternative in the network management space. In fact, Farpoint Group believes that a majority of WLAN installations will be using cloud-based management over the next five years.

  • Chick-fil-A Serves Up Customer Satisfaction with Wi-Fi

    During this webcast, Brad Martin, Sr. Supervisor of Network & Security Engineering at Chick-fil-A, will discuss the Wi-Fi requirements they had for their restaurants. Learn how they deployed a Wi-Fi network across 170 restaurants, with all locations using PoS, while all being centrally managed.

  • The Cloud’s Impact on the Economics of Branch Office Networking

    This unique webinar features Gartner Vice President and Distinguished Analyst Mark Fabbi and it explains how cloud-enabled networking allows full functionality in the branch, enterprise-grade visibility and control in real-time, with the ability to provide automated remediation and security to even the most remote branch or teleworker.

  • Enable Higher Levels of Care with Wi-Fi and EMR in your Senior Care Facility

    Listen to this webinar to hear IT experts from Brookdale Senior Living and Skilled Healthcare discuss how they've overcome the challenges of deploying a pervasive enterprise Wi-Fi infrastructure to multiple facilities that is high-performing, easy to manage, scalable, and cost-effective.

  • The Next Generation Wireless LAN: Designed for BYOD and User Needs

    Watch this webinar featuring Forrester Research analyst Andre Kindness for a discussion on designing your next-generation wireless LAN for the best user experience – regardless of where that user resides or what device the user connects to the network.

  • Unified Wired & Wireless Access: Architecting Networks for a Mobile-First World

    Architecting networks for a mobile-first world, a world where wireless is assumed to be the primary method of accessing applications, not only prepares IT for the explosive growth of mobile devices and BYOD, it forces organizations to focus on enabling innovative new ways to achieve business and organization productivity without adding excessive complexity or cost with each new initiative. Presented by Gartner Analyst Tim Zimmerman.

  • Preparing Enterprise Networks for a Wireless Multi-Device World

    An explosion of new devices, including smart phones, tablets and video cameras, is flooding enterprise networks and challenging network managers. Listen to this webinar featuring Matthias Machowinski, Directing Analyst, Enterprise Network and Video from Infonetics Research. The webinar explores how device usage is evolving in the enterprise and what steps network managers need to take to prepare for a mobile-first world. 

  • Gigabit Wireless Networks with 802.11ac

    With the development of 802.11ac, wireless LANs surpass the gigabit speed barrier. New protocol features add speed compared to 802.11n, and future developments promise even higher speed. What makes 802.11ac so fast? Author of “802.11ac: A Survival Guide” (O’Reily), Matthew Gast explores how and why it’s posed to become the 802.11 standard of choice and how to incorporate it into your network plans.

  • Understanding the Network Impact of 802.11ac

    With the development of 802.11ac or "Gigabit Wi-Fi", 2014 is set to become the year the WLAN controller comes to an end. Gigabit Wi-Fi provides greater capacity, improved RF management, and overall improved performance over the current Wi-Fi standard (802.11n). However, optimizing your mobile users' application experience requires much more than high-speed Wi-Fi  and choosing a centralized, or legacy controller-based network architecture that will cost you now and into the future. 

  • Convevoir les reseauz pour la mobile

    Sujet du Webinaire

    - Etablir des politiques filaires et sans fil
    - Fournir une connexion mobile sécurisée et rapide
    - Management dans le Cloud ou de chez vous
    - L’entreprise « Mobile First » à prix économique

  • Arquitectura de redes para una infraestructura movil de calidad

    El Webinar cubrire:

    - Establecer políticas unificadas tanto cableadas como inalámbricas
    - Proporcionar conectividad móvil rápida y segura
    - Configuración y gestión basadas en la nube
    - Crear red empresarial eficaz y eficiente

  • Bygg Nätverk för en Mobile-First Värld

    Detta webinar kommer att täcka:
    - Etablera enhetlig trådbunden och trådlös policy
    - Att ge snabb och säker mobil uppkoppling
    - Molnbaserad konfiguration och hantering
    - Skapa en kostnadseffektiv mobile first organisation