Georgia Tech is one of 11 universities to recently select AirWave Wireless management software for its WiFi network.

The AirWave product is used to monitor, analyze and configure wireless networks.

AirWave is based in San Manteo, CA.

Also picking the software were: UC Davis, University of Michigan, SUNY Geneseo, Oregon State, University of Denver, Gonzaga University, Florida State, University of Alabama, Wayne State University and UC San Diego.

Other users include Yale University, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Indiana University, Vanderbilt University, the University of Miami, Stanford University Law School, the University of Oregon, University of California Hastings College of the Law, California State University at Monterey Bay, and the University of Dayton.

Benefits from the software, according to AirWave, include: centralized control; heterogeneous network management; and enhanced security, such as scanning for rogue access point detection.

AirWave: www.airwave.com