Aerohive Drives Enterprise Networking Innovation at Cloud-Speed

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A new press release reports, “Aerohive Networks®, a leader in cloud-managed networking, today unveiled two new innovations that further strengthen Aerohive’s cloud managed networking vision. Through extensive interviews with customers, partners and industry analysts, Aerohive has identified that the enterprise demands not just a fast network, but a F.A.S.T. future: (1) Flexibility in deployment, hardware, licensing, expansion, and upgrade options; (2) Actionable Insights driven by ML/AI to better understand and automatically characterize and optimize infrastructure and clients; (3) Security across the network, to protect against the rising tide of cyberattacks; (4) Technology Innovations that provide new features, functionality, comparative insights, and hardware developed and delivered at Cloud-speed to meet ever increasing demands placed on the infrastructure by an ever-increasing amount and diversity of clients connecting to the infrastructure.”

The release goes on, “Aerohive has always pioneered new technologies that enable IT to rethink what’s possible. Aerohive’s high velocity innovation engine and its F.A.S.T. direction are intrinsically linked to the highly flexible, ISO 27001 certified, modern microservices based Cloud Architecture with native Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) to deliver continuous learning, continuous operation, and continuous optimization. Today Aerohive launches two new technologies that use AI and Machine Learning to provide behavioral insights that empower Wi-Fi management and implementation decisions at scale: (1) Traffic Insights uses presence and proximity based on Wi-Fi connectivity and Bluetooth LE (BLE) to provide deep insights into client behavior. (2) Maximum Client Capabilities automatically detects and verifies Wi-Fi features and capabilities on all connected clients across all Wi-Fi bands, thereby empowering informed Wi-Fi management at scale.”

Read more at Business Wire.

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