Quinnipiac University is upgrading its network, both wired and wireless, in an effort to accommodate more users and devices.
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Facing a significant increase in users, mobile devices, and applications accessing its network, Quinnipiac University is implementing an upgrade based on Mobile Virtual Enterprise (MOVE) architecture from Aruba Networks.
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