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Aerohive Networks Ships BR200 Router

Aerohive Networks™ has announced the general availability of its newest addition to the Branch on Demand™ solution – the BR200.
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Aerohive Networks™, provider of he pioneer in cloud-enabled enterprise networking infrastructure, has announced the general availability of its newest addition to the Branch on Demand™ solution – the BR200.

Aerohive’s Branch on Demand solution leverages the Aerohive Cloud Services Platform to automate remote provisioning and deployment and provide enterprise class network visibility and remote remediation. With the release of the BR200, retail outlets and larger enterprise branches have a solution for rapid deployment of secure, repeatable branch networks.

The BR200 comes in two models: BR200 and the BR200-WP

• The BR200 provides LAN connectivity along with the capabilities of HiveOS routing, including RADIUS server/proxy, secure wired access, and cloud-based management. It also supports the full Aerohive HiveOS enterprise suite, including VoIP QoS and Active Directory integration for authentication offload and resiliency at branch locations.

• The BR200-WP includes everything offered in the BR200 plus PoE (Power over Ethernet) and dual-band 3x3 802.11n Wi-Fi that supports 450Mbps per client, as well as support for legacy 802.11a/b/g devices without any loss in wireless performance or security. 

The BR200 is shipping now and is available for $499 US list. The BR200-WP (with Wi-Fi and PoE) is shipping now and is available for $699 US list.

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