As it becomes ‘expected’ that companies will offer personal Wi-Fi – it is not just any Wi-Fi that will do. Employees are demanding the same speeds they get at home using Wi-Fi AC.
Wi-Fi networking and management vendor Aerohive is looking to the enterprise for Australian growth. And the search is on for a new local head.
Aerohive's approach to wireless networking provides better security and easier deployment and management - yet is significantly cheaper, according to ANZ country manager Peter Davison.
A test of 19 different Wi-Fi APs ‘stressed to their limits in a variety of different scenarios’ revealed ‘dramatic differences between competitive suppliers’, putting Ruckus on top.
Aerohive Networks has announced its "Personalised Engagement ecosystem" aimed at helping retailers get more out of the Wi-Fi connectivity they provide to customers.
Thanks Sam! Best article I've read in a little while :)
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