With new devices including more iPads and Macs being added to the network every day, Springfield’s requirement for a solid wireless infrastructure has moved to the top of the district’s priority list. The new Springfield wireless network is currently supporting about 2,400 devices in four buildings, and Springfield will continue to roll out Aruba IAPs to the rest of the district locations during the coming months. The district is also using Aruba’s AirWave Management System to monitor and manage the wireless network, allowing them to quickly identify and resolve network issues.“Aruba Instant has become a popular choice for K-12 school districts like Springfield that must support an increasing number of mobile devices in their schools without the resources and funding to tackle those challenges,” said Gerry Festa, director of industry solutions marketing for Aruba Networks. “Instant gives distributed environments like these school districts enterprise-class capabilities with simplified management and configuration, at a greatly reduced cost.”
Springfield School District Upgrades Wireless Network With Aruba Instant Controller-less Wi-Fi Solution
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