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Homebase Creates “Living as-a-Service” Experience for Apartment Residents and Building Owners with Aruba ESP
SANTA CLARA, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company (NYSE: HPE), today announced that Homebase, a smart building automation company for multi-family properties and developer of the only hubless smart building solution, is relying on an Aruba ESP-based network to deliver smart living experiences to apartment residents and property owners. With Aruba ESP as its foundation, Homebase can increase value and reduce costs for building owners while providing residents with a modern, highly connected, and automated living experience.
HPE Completes Acquisition of SD-WAN Leader Silver Peak
San Jose, Calif., Sept. 21, 2020 – Hewlett Packard Enterprise (NYSE: HPE) today announced it has completed the acquisition of Silver Peak, an SD-WAN (Software-Defined Wide Area Network) leader, in a transaction valued at $925 million. Silver Peak will become a part of Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company. The acquisition will strengthen Aruba ESP (Edge Services Platform), helping to advance enterprise cloud transformation with a comprehensive edge-to-cloud networking solution covering all aspects of wired, wireless local area networking (LAN) and wide area networking (WAN).
Building Hyper-Aware Collaboration, Productivity, and Monitoring Solutions
Aruba’s Edge Services Platform (ESP) is the first fully programmable platform to fuse IT, IoT, and OT data with contextual information generated by the ESP network. ESP is built on three pillars: a unified infrastructure that can interface with a broad range of IT, IoT, and OT devices and services; a zero trust framework that provides uniform security from edge to core; and AIOps to provide uniform visibility, monitoring, and management of the entire infrastructure.
8 Questions to Ask Before Buying Wi-Fi for Your Small Business
The best experiences are hassle-free. That’s why small businesses need Wi-Fi that’s fast, reliable and secure—and is easy to manage and affordable.
Now More Than Ever, Businesses Need Great Networks
Everyone is figuring out their path to the “new normal.” Crisis-driven work-from-home setups will be replaced with a more sustainable strategy for remote access to a full suite of applications and digital schools. Classrooms went virtual nearly overnight, and school districts are exploring how to enable high-quality, secure digital learning for the summer and fall, with access to labs and applications that were previously only available onsite.
Aruba ESP Unifies IoT, IT, and OT Networks to Dynamically Adapt to Changing Environments and User Requirements
SANTA CLARA, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company (NYSE: HPE), today announced significant enhancements to Aruba ESP (Edge Services Platform) that unifies IoT, IT, and Operational Technology (OT) networks to enable customers to quickly adapt to changing environments and user requirements. Aruba ESP is the first fully programmable platform to generate contextual information – about identity, location, security posture, and applications in use – to power efficient decision making and AIOps. Built to integrate with devices and applications from Aruba’s technology partners, customers can now become hyper-aware of their operating environment so they can quickly adapt to evolving business, visitor, and employee demands.
It's Back-to-Learning, Whether in Classrooms or from Home
With two children in high school and the opportunity to work with many school districts, there is no doubt that back-to-school this year is like no other. Enthusiasm for getting back to learning is tinged with anxiety—for students, parents, and teachers alike.
Bring It On with Instant On: Aruba Delivers Wi-Fi 6 to Small Businesses
Enter the latest iteration of Wi-Fi technology – Wi-Fi 6, which was developed to provide the capabilities and security features required to deliver amazing customer experiences and enhance business operations. However, a key challenge for smaller businesses is that, unlike large enterprises, they often lack the IT expertise and staffing to support the deployment of emerging technologies.