Chowan University has selected Aruba Network’s adaptive wireless LAN and user-centric networks for its Murfreesboro, North Carolina campus.
Aruba stated that its user-centric networks securely deliver the enterprise network to users by integrating adaptive wireless LANs, identity-based security, and application continuity services into a cohesive, high-performance system.
Jay Howell, executive director of IT at Chowan University, said: Chowan is one of the fastest growing universities in North Carolina, and it was essential that the solution we purchased be able to grow over time without forklift upgrades. Before selecting Aruba we considered a wide range of available products and architectures, and it was the security, ease-of-use, and scalability of Aruba’s user-centric network that clinched the deal.
Keerti Melkote, co-founder and head of products and partnerships at Aruba, said: We are very pleased to welcome Chowan to our fast-growing list of educational customers, and look forward to working with them as they deploy and grow their network over the coming years.