New Jersey district finds a better way to offer wireless Internet

08/23/2010 | T.H.E. Journal

A New Jersey school district is providing wireless Internet service for its 11 schools from one central location. The wireless LAN system by Aerohive Networks is more cost-effective and -efficient, officials say. "By wirelessly enabling the schools, we'd have more flexibility to give students the computer and network access they need for group studies and science labs," said the East Brunswick School District's senior network manager.

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