Conn. University Trades Cisco For Aruba
Private Conn.-based Quinnipiac University selected the Aruba Networks MOVE architecture to deliver wired/wireless network access to all students, staff and faculty across its three campuses in the Hamden area. Quinnipiac is replacing 250 legacy Cisco access switches with Aruba S3500 Mobility Access Switches, and the new network will include eight M3 Series Mobility Controllers and one 3200 Series Mobility Controller; nearly 2,000 AP-125 and AP-135 access points; and the Aruba AirWave network-management system. The university also will use the MOVE architecture at its new Frank H. Netter MD School of Medicine, including videoconferencing, video streaming and lecture capture. Students will be able to access scanned images in the gross anatomy lab.

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A New York judge awarded Windstream Holdings more than $19 million in sanctions against Charter Thursday, ruling that a false advertising campaign run by the latter caused harm to Windstream as it began

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