Managed Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) provider Education Networks of America (ENA) has tapped Aerohive Networks’ technology.
ENA Air brings complete, turnkey Wi-Fi connectivity to schools and libraries for the implementation of 21st-century education and patron services. In addition, the State of Idaho has selected ENA Air to provide fully managed Wi-Fi in public high schools across the state, said Aerohive Networks in a statement.
Idaho’s State Department of Education recently allocated $2.25 million for the support of a wireless technology infrastructure for each Idaho public high school in order to support mobile learning. Idaho selected the ENA Air solution that utilizes Aerohive’s innovative Wi-Fi technology. The solution is currently being deployed at other K-12 and higher education institutions across the country.
Education-focused managed service provider ENA has selected Aerohive Networks’ cloud networking technology as the foundation for its ENA Air managed Wi-Fi service, combining ENA’s managed IaaS and public sector expertise with Aerohive’s controller-less wireless LAN architecture to create a turnkey Wi-Fi solution for K-12 schools and public libraries across the U.S.
Powered by Aerohive’s Wi-Fi technology, ENA Air provides a secure connectivity to empower 21st-century learning. Together, Aerohive’s cloud-enabled, cost-effective wireless access points and ENA’s full-service management reduce the complexity for schools hoping to design, implement and maintain an enterprise-level, a best-of-breed network.
ENA leverages Aerohive’s network management system, HiveManager, to manage thousands of access points and switches at hundreds of different locations across the country.