Bulk TV partners with Aerohive Networks

Bulk TV & Internet's network architecture is engineered using Aerohive's wireless technology. Photo credit: Bulk TV & Internet

Bulk TV & Internet deployed its enterprise-grade network solution and cloud-management platform in partnership with Aerohive Networks. With entertainment and productivity needs in the commercial market on a steady rise, the company recognized the growing demand from its markets for reliable connectivity at competitive price points.

The network architecture is engineered using Aerohive's wireless technology. The cloud-managed platform delivers unified, secure network access across multiple locations, offering a cohesive user experience for staff and their clientele.
 
Each system is designed and implemented by Bulk TV's project-management and engineering team to ensure complete Wi-Fi coverage designed with the scalability to meet user needs now and in the future.

“The Aerohive product has been solving the needs of high-demand users in the education market for a number of years, and now provides a robust platform for connectivity in hotels and senior living properties,” Craig Snelgrove, Bulk TV's VP of business development, said in a statement. “This solution provides a highly manageable and automated service delivery platform. Guests and residents can stream, surf and work productively for many years on the scalable network.”

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Converged networks delivered by providers who design, install and support turnkey solutions provide the benefit of premier performance and accountability to each enterprise. Additionally, customers can take advantage of a bundled discount program, and enjoy deeper discounts the more Bulk TV systems that they add at their property.

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