Aerohive Networks Previous Solutions

Michael Bartlett
President at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
Have used Netgear, Cisco, and others. I saw the APs demonstrated and HiveManager, and went with them for the quality of the product and the ability to manage everything from one cloud-based interface. View full review »
AlesGosek
CEO with 1-10 employees
We were using Ruckus and UBNT. We changed because neither of these solutions was able to provide us with unified management within one central management system. Also, neither of these past solution got even close in features and capabilities to Aerohive. We noticed that Ruckus is, perhaps, 10% better in performances than Aerohive, which is a very small percentage when comparing the complete set of functionalities and network capabilities of these two vendors. View full review »
Serge Wagener
ICT manager at a tech services company
We only had some single individual access points. That of course means individual config (no central management), no roaming, no full coverage ... View full review »
it_user544491
Manager - IT Infrastructure at a non-tech company with 501-1,000 employees
We used Symbol Controller based WiFi. It was terrible, it went down all the time, and it was difficult to upgrade or add APs to. View full review »
Scott Lieberman
Technology Integration Specialist at a non-tech company
A mix. Mostly Cisco. View full review »
Will Van Wickler
Network Technician Intern at a tech services company
Cisco. We swapped to Aerohive because of many reasons. * One reason is the installation. The install of the AP250s is much easier on the drop ceiling compared to their Meraki MR42 counterpart. * Another reason is the price to performance. We found that the AP250s perform better than the MR42s at almost half the cost. With the money we saved, we were able to up our concentration of APs. View full review »

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