Security vendor Fortinet has completed its acquisition of Wi-Fi specialist Meru Networks.
Meru's XPress Cloud aims to simplify Wi-Fi networking for SMEs and distributed enterprises by taking care of management from the cloud and eliminating the need for on-premises controllers.
Meru Networks and its Australian distributor Wavelink have appointed Hayley Dack as Territory Sales Manager for Meru Education-Grade Wi-Fi in Australia and New Zealand.
Meru Networks has appointed Jeffery Sage as vice president of sales for the Asia Pacific region.
While Meru Networks' technology for providing good quality Wi-Fi service to relatively large numbers of users within small areas is largely being used in the education, healthcare and hospitality markets, it also has corporate applications.
Meru Networks has announced a new wireless controller and a new access point designed for areas of very high Wi-Fi use, along with a plan to ease the financial pain of upgrading to 802.11ac.
The use of tablets in schools seems to be placing even greater demands on wireless networks than previous notebook deployments.
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Does your school need a (better) WLAN? A $25,000 package is up for grabs from Meru and Wavelink.
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