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Extreme transforms City of Troy into smart city

Monday 24 July 2017 | 15:45 CET | News
Extreme Networks announced that the City of Troy, Alabama, selected Extreme's software-driven networking technology to provide connectivity across 70 locations. As a result, the City of Troy expanded its BYOD programme to accommodate more than 10,000 wired and wireless devices with enhanced network reliability throughout areas including parks and recreational facilities, its public library, and senior complex.

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