European Primary School Chooses Aerohive's Reliable, Manageable, Scalable and Economical Controller-Less Wireless LAN Architecture
Source: Aerohive Networks
Churchtown School, located in southport just north of liverpool, is one of the largest primary schools in The UK with nearly 900 students, ages 3 to 11, and 100 Faculty and staff. Each class spends a half day per week practicing writing and other skills using the laptops. The application suites used by teachers and pupils reside on a server. To provide access to applications, the School installed a wireless network with autonomous access points. All the trolley laptops log in with complete network accounts. Because the home directory information was being run directly off the server, data traffic was straining the legacy consumer-grade access points.