Dartmouth has deployed over 350 Aruba dual-radio 802.11a+b/g access points and air monitors and 12 Aruba 5000 wireless LAN switches

February 28, 2005

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SUNNYVALE, Calif. -- In one of the world’s largest and most innovative implementations of 802.11 (Wi-Fi) technology ever, Dartmouth College in Hanover, NH, has selected Aruba Networks for a massive infrastructure upgrade. Already underway, Dartmouth is building one of the most advanced Wi-Fi networks in operation to support next-generation voice, video and data services to students and faculty throughout its 200 building, 1.5 square mile campus.

Dartmouth has deployed over 350 Aruba dual-radio 802.11a+b/g access points and air monitors and 12 Aruba 5000 wireless LAN switches. Over the next several months, Dartmouth is replacing over 550 Cisco 350 802.11b APs with dual-radio 802.11a+b/g Aruba 70 APs.

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