Aerohive Networks Whitepapers


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The clear advantage of a controller-less WLAN Network infrastructure
By Aerohive Networks | 28/9/2011

And the innovative approach to WLAN architecture called Cooperative Control. 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. Download this now

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Building Secure Wireless LANs
By Aerohive Networks | 28/9/2011

Why many wireless deployments are known these days to be more secure than their wired counterparts. 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. Download this now

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Churchtown Primary School UK  Primary School Chooses Aerohive's Reliable, Manageable, Scalable and Economical Controller-less Wireless LAN Architecture
By Aerohive Networks | 18/8/2011

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. Read the whole story >>>

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What is Wireless 2.0
By Aerohive Networks | 18/8/2011

The challenges and the Practical Approach to a ‘Wi-Fi that works’ 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. Download this now

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HiveManager Online: Less Dollars, More Sense
By Aerohive Networks | 10/8/2011

Today’s de facto standard controller-based Wi-Fi infrastructure model is just too complicated, too expensive, and too unreliable. It’s common for enterprise and mid-market network operators alike to get caught in a crossroads of compromises involving costs, complexity, features, and reliability.

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