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Aerohive Training for 21st Century Networks - Part I

Knowledge is embodied in people gathered in communities and networks. The road to knowledge is via people, conversations, connections and relationships. Knowledge surfaces through dialog, all knowledge is socially mediated and access to knowledge is by connecting to people that know or know who to contact.

    - Denham Grey

At Aerohive, we have some of the smartest and well-respected experts in the Wi-Fi industry. Our staff has collectively authored over 20 books on wireless networking, lead development and standardization efforts within the IEEE 802.11 working group and the Wi-Fi Alliance, and are widely regarded as industry visionaries having founded multiple wireless companies (including Airespace, Meru, and CWNP, to name only a few).

One such expert is David Coleman. CWNE #4 and founder of AirSpy Networks, a Wi-Fi training organization, David joined Aerohive in 2010 to lead our global training department.

Recently, I had the opportunity to attend one of David’s classes as a student in beautiful Vancouver, BC.

What’s great about Aerohive training courses is the depth of knowledge that is covered on both general wireless LAN fundamentals and Aerohive solutions. David’s extensive experience as a trainer provides a great atmosphere for learning and his ability to communicate complex topics in a clear, concise, and easy to understand manner make Aerohive training one of the best.

~~  In my next blog, a companion video blog I shot while on-site in Vancouver with the training team, you can check out what some of my fellow students had to say. You can check out the video here.~~

Many organizations are struggling to meet demands for wireless networking. Whether it’s educational institutions with 1:1 learning programs, enterprises deploying mobile devices and trying to navigate the BYOD landscape, or retailers looking to simplify branch office architecture while delivering greater services, Wi-Fi is at the epicenter.

Aerohive training can help organizations ask the right questions, solve the right problems, and develop solutions that meet their needs. We would love for the opportunity to share our expertise with you, by connecting and forming a lasting relationship. After all, rarely does training end when the class concludes. For most students this signals just the beginning of their studies.

We’re in this together. Draw from our expertise. Oh, and tell David he rocks!

Cheers,
Andrew vonNagy

P.S. – I also highly recommend visiting Vancouver, BC. Here are a few more pictures that I snapped around town while there (on my Nikon D90). Breathtaking!

 

 



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