Andrew von Nagy is a Senior Product Manager for Wi-Fi, switching and professional services at Education Networks of America, a managed service provider serving the education market in the U.S. He is an accomplished computer networking professional with over 15 years of experience in education, retail, manufacturing, and service provider networks.
He previously served as a Technical Architect responsible for wireless and mobility initiatives at Target Corporation, a Fortune 100 retailer, and as Senior Wireless Architect at Aerohive Networks, a manufacturer of enterprise networking solutions. He is a recognized wireless LAN networking expert having achieved two of the industry’s highest certifications, CCIE #28298 (Cisco Systems) and CWNE #84 (CWNP).
Andrew writes about relevant Wi-Fi industry topics on the Revolution Wi-Fi blog and speaks at various industry conferences each year. He is the creator of the Revolution Wi-Fi Capacity Planner, one of the first tools to help network administrators model radio network performance and capacity requirements, and he has contributed to several wireless LAN publications, including the CWNA Study Guide: 3rd Edition, 802.11n: A Survival Guide, and the CWNA Study Guide: 4th Edition.