Blue Tree Hotels deploys Aerohive Networks replacing Ruckus

Blue Tree Hotels Group, Brazil, has selected Aerohive Networks to provide the cloud-managed wireless solution – replacing Ruckus.
Aerohive Networks for CIOsARRIS-owned Ruckus noted that its WLAN revenues fell 13.2 percent quarter over quarter and increased 1 percent on a year-over-year basis in Q4 2018. Ruckus WLAN revenues rose 19 percent grabbing 6.5 percent market share in 2018. CommScope will be buying ARRIS.

The enterprise WLAN revenue grew 10.3 percent in Q4 2018 to $1.7 billion and 7.1 percent to $6.1 billion in 2018, said IDC.

Aerohive Networks does not feature in the top 5 WLAN vendors. The top 5 enterprise WLAN vendors are Cisco with 44.7 percent share, followed by HPE-Aruba with 13.9 percent, ARRIS/Ruckus with 6.5 percent, Ubiquiti with 6.4 percent and Huawei with 5.1 percent market share in 2018.

Blue Tree Hotels, which was selected by the World Cup to host delegations at their hotel sites in Latin America, has 4,400 rooms across 24 hotel units in Brazil.

Eloir Cortes, IT executive manager, Blue Tree Hotels Group, said: “It’s more important to have a high-quality internet that provides great service as our customers are mainly executive guests.”

Rajani Baburajan

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