Wireless LAN (WLAN) management vendor Aerohive has unveiled a trio of products designed to expand its WAN and on-premise networking lines.
The company said that the SR series switches would offer improved connectivity speeds and options for both headquarter and branch office locations, while the HiveManager and HiveOS 6.0 releases would give administrators improved tools for monitoring and managing traffic on their wireless network infrastructure.
"Managing the surge in enterprise mobility has become the primary concern for organisations evaluating how their users connect to the corporate network," said Aerohive chief executive David Flynn.
"Our new SR series switches along with our APs, branch routers and cloud management allow our customers to build an access layer solution that is optimised for the mobile centric enterprises."
The SR switches, which are set to arrive in March, will offer both 3G and 4G wireless networking capability along with eight, 24 and 48 port LAN connectivity. The switches will include tools to manage both VoIP and data traffic over networks.
Meanwhile, the HiveOS and Hive Manager will be updated to improve network visibility and management. The company said the HiveOS update would add traffic management and security components to scale up to 1,000 network applications on both LAN and wireless networks.
The company believes its ability to manage and monitor traffic over wireless networking will help to set both products apart in a changing IT sector.
With consumerisation bringing an increased reliance on wireless devices, Aerohive sees its products playing a vital role in helping companies manage large-scale networks and WAN deployments, the firm said.
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