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Third Largest School District in South Carolina to Roll Out More Than 3,500 Aerohive Access Points to Enhance Academic Achievement
Date:6/30/2010

After Rigorous Selection Process Horry County Schools Selects Aerohive’s Controller-less WLAN Solution

Santa Clara, CA (PRWEB) June 30, 2010 -- Aerohive Networks, creators of the award-winning cooperative control wireless LAN (WLAN) architecture, announced today that Horry County Schools, the third largest school district in South Carolina serving more than 38,000 students, has selected Aerohive’s controller-less WLAN solution as the cornerstone of its next generation WLAN network. When fully implemented, the school system will deploy almost 3,600 wireless Access Points (AP) throughout its 50 schools.

Horry County Schools initiated an exhaustive evaluation process that included multiple well-known WLAN vendors. Due to the size of the implementation and highly distributed environment, Aerohive’s controller-less based WLAN architecture quickly caught the attention of evaluators. The team ultimately selected Aerohive because it provided cost-effective controller-free architecture, ease-of-expansion, high-redundancy, and centralized management.

“Wireless is a critical component to the learning experience we provide to our students,” said Mike Cherry, Program Specialist-Network Services at Horry County Schools. “Aerohive’s innovative, controller-less WLAN solution far exceeded our expectations in terms of coverage, performance, ease of use and reliability.”

Aerohive’s cooperative control WLAN solution offers significant cost savings to organizations that run a distributed network. Controller-based alternatives require the purchase of an expensive WLAN controller for each site. Aerohive's cooperative control architecture completely eliminates controllers from the network, resulting in significant cost savings.
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