Embrace the modern way of working with 802.11ac wireless LAN, which can deliver up to gigabit speeds to users. Have a look at remote networking solutions, identity-based security to protect your network and information, control your bandwidth utilisation for private and public networks to enhance user experience.
Recent industry news: Aruba Networks Leads Industry with First Microsoft Lync Qualified 802.11ac Wi-Fi Solution [read more]
A Centralized multi-vendor network management system, can offer a secure mobility solution, that can fundamentally change how and and where your people work from.
Corporate Network: Support head office, remote and regional offices, on a secure, wireless enabled network with proven 802.11ac technology. Liberate the corporate network, enable:
- VPN access, remote users
- VOIP secure access
- Wireless access to any one device
- Secure guest access, enable what applications users can utilise
- Limit bandwidth per user type
- Enable corporate wireless users, whether corporate supplied devices or BYOD on the corporate network
The latest Gartner report for Critical Capabilities for Wired and Wireless LAN Access Infrastructure, 26 August 2014 ID:G00262826 by Analyst(s): Andrew Lerner, Tim Zimmerman, Bill Menezes.
Gartner Report 26 August 2014 from Figure 3. Vendors’ Product Scores for Enterprise WLAN-Only Access Use Case. Read report [click here]
Policy Management – the Aruba ClearPass Policy Manager provides:
- Identity and device based network access control across any vendors wired, wireless and VPN infrastructure
- Built in RADIUS, SNMP, and TACACS+ protocols, ClearPass Policy Manager provides automated device registration, device profiling, endpoint posture assessments
- Reporting to automatically enforce user and endpoint access policies for any device connecting to a secure network
- Secure network access that meets bring-your-own-device (BYOD) and IT managed device requirements
Doing things that used to be impossible: the Aruba Mobile Virtual Enterprise (MOVE) architecture unifies all things mobility into one cohesive system that lets you keep up with the influx of mobile devices. As IT teams upgrade their networks, they are realising that wired closet will not address the needs of an increasingly wireless workforce needing access to their network.
Aruba launched the Aruba Central cloud-based management service: it brings Aruba’s enterprise-class performance, manageability and reliability to the cloud. Aruba cloud Wi-Fi has 10x faster speeds than competitive solutions as well as all the features of a traditional enterprise-class wireless LAN.
Aruba Central Online Demo
Try Aruba Central Get quick access to a 30 day free trial of the new network management service in the cloud. Perfect for those with Instant APs or who just want to look around. Trial
Aruba community Page click here
Aruba Networks 802.11ac Tech Field Day Roundtable
Management is easy, with proven site deployments, it can be paired with next generation firewalls and is a secure tight integration. Read more here Aruba Networks and Palo Alto Networks have partnered to provide best of class content security for guest and employee owned mobile devices that are now commonplace on enterprise networks.
Integrated Aruba Networks and Palo Alto Networks Solution
Enable Location based analytics – to talk with an Aruba certified architect, register your interest below and we will be in contact soon.
Service Based Industry: Retail Read more here
Aruba AP KFC: checkout your local KFC store and jump onto the the wireless network with Aruba
Promote specials, services offerings and encourage customer to walk into your store through wireless advertising. [For more wireless info., click here]
Enhance productivity and the mobile user experience. Are you in the process of implementing flexible office space with mobility?
Are your employees becoming less desk-bound, supported by the businesses quest to be more efficient?
Do you need a better way to manage bandwidth whilst supporting BYOD devices?
Wi-Fi ready to overtake fixed and cellular phone lines: Aruba
“…SAVINGS in telephony charges within the enterprise umbrella, which can include teleworkers, other federated enterprises, and even consumers using Skype, there are significant savings in network rightsizing, and in capital with BYOD continuing to rise,” Aruba Networks A/NZ managing director, Steve Coad, said http://news.idg.no/cw/art.cfm?id=8DF40548-E1D4-F991-8FD28C876F8FCC91#!
Aruba Networks Positioned in Leaders Quadrant According to Gartner, a vendor in the Magic Quadrant demonstrates completeness of vision and the ability to execute http://page.arubanetworks.com/GartnerMQNAC2013.html
TIP: Experiencing Wireless Interference, look around. You’ll probably spot the device quickly. Look for any of the following:
- Small boxes plugged into wall power. These boxes may be RF signal generates being used to intentionally interfere with your network.
- Small APs, also known as pocket APs, which take very little space. They will likely be connected to an Ethernet port too.
- Motors, microwaves and elevators. These devices may generate unintentional RF interference.
- Neighboring WLANs.
- more information [click here]
- Outlook for IT 2014 – Michael Smith (Gartner)
- Mobile Device Usage Driving Enterprise Wireless LAN Deployments (mobilemarketingwatch.com)
- Aruba Networks gains amid Cisco’s pain (zdnet.com)
- What is AC Wi-Fi? How fast is 802.11ac Wi-Fi? (thelearnsomethingnew.com)
- Large 802.11ac Installs by Aruba (dailywireless.org)