One of the key features that helped Dayton, Madeira’s Director of Technology, decide on Aerohive was the cooperative control access points (HiveAPs) that require no network controllers or overlay networks. Instead, software in the HiveAPs enables them to self organize into groups called Hives. The result is enterprise-class network management and security without the cost and performance. "There's no single point of failure, which wasn’t true of other systems," says Dayton.
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