Aerohive Networks, creators of the award-winning cooperative control wireless LAN (WLAN) architecture, has been chosen by the University of Chichester to implement its wireless e-learning network. The university chose Aerohive’s wireless architecture following a strategic review of both existing equipment and resources, as well as the future requirements of the university’s students and staff.
The University of Chichester has successfully deployed the WLAN in high density student areas, including the learning resource centre, student union, restaurant and cafe, and almost all teaching areas across its campus at Chichester. The WLAN will be extended to the Bognor Regis campus in early 2011, and will be an important facility when the newly refurbished Georgian Dome building opens in the spring to house the School of Enterprise Management and Leadership. The plan is eventually to create a wireless mesh architecture throughout the entire university.
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