Educational institutions driving rapid adoption of Aruba Wi-Fi 6E

Educational institutions driving rapid adoption of Aruba Wi-Fi 6E

Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company, has announced that a significant, rapidly growing number of educational institutions – in both K-12 and higher education – are upgrading their network infrastructures with Wi-Fi 6E to enable the next generation of digital classrooms and campuses.

The increased capacity, higher performance and greater support for client and IoT device density made possible with Wi-Fi 6E, combined with specific innovations in Aruba’s access points (APs), are allowing these institutions to deliver extraordinary campus and classroom experiences for their students, faculty, staff and visitors.

Doane University, Texas A&M University, Meramec Valley R-III School District and Festus R-VI School District are just a few of the 250 plus educational institutions – and more than 1,400 total organizations – that have moved to Aruba Wi-Fi 6E APs as a foundation for enabling teaching, learning and smart campus initiatives since Aruba’s Wi-Fi 6E solutions were introduced in May 2021.

Industry research firms like 650 Group indicate that these numbers have given Aruba a market-leading position in delivering Wi-Fi 6E infrastructure.

“In the fast-growing and competitive Wi-Fi 6E enterprise Access Point market, Aruba has taken an early lead and has shipped over 35% of all Wi-Fi 6E enterprise APs since the inception of the market,” said Chris DePuy, Technology Analyst and Founder at 650 Group.

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