Replaces legacy switches while avoiding downtime and interoperability issues.
George Mason’s Network Engineering and Technology department of the Information Technology Unit identified the need to replace legacy edge switches that were nearing the end of their life cycle.
With a centrally managed “distributed university” and up to 20,000 unique wireless users and as many as 30,000 devices connected to the network, the solution provided increased interconnect bandwidth with 10Gb switch uplinks.
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