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Aruba Enables Global Telcos to Seamlessly Extend 5G Cellular Footprint into Enterprises with Passpoint-based Wi-Fi Service
Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company (NYSE: HPE), today announced the introduction of its new roaming service designed to enable cellular subscribers to securely and automatically roam onto participating Aruba enterprise Wi-Fi networks. The new service, called Aruba Air Pass, allows for a seamless hand-off between cellular and Wi-Fi networks, without sacrificing security or quality of service. When used in conjunction with Aruba Air Slice, an Aruba technology that improves radio performance, telcos can extend their 5G footprint into the enterprise and enable seamless Wi-Fi calling and gigabit-class guaranteed performance.
Cutting Through the AI Mist: How AIOps Leverages Network Environment Factors to Deliver Reliable Automation
In a recent blog post, we discussed the essential AIOps building blocks of an AI-operated self-driving network. Environmental factors of a network play a key role: they capture characteristics of the network that are not controllable. For the purpose of the AI and the actions it can take, they are externally given parameters. The environmental factors define the extent of the playing field within which the AI is allowed to optimize.
Mitchell Technical Institute Deploys Aruba Wi-Fi 6, Security and Switching Solutions to Help Prepare Students for the Global Workf...
Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company (NYSE: HPE), today announced that Mitchell Technical Institute (MTI) of South Dakota, a leading technology institute preparing students for the global workforce, has chosen an Aruba network infrastructure to enable modern, collaboration-based experiences and build upon its innovative culture for students and faculty.
Welcome to the 2020s: What Does It Mean for Your Data Center Network?
We’ve just kicked off a new decade and while it might not be as spectacular as a new millennium with all of the Y2K suspense from 20 years ago, a decade is still a significant period of time where technology can bring major changes to how we live, work and play. In particular, data center networks are now facing a major transition in this edge-to-cloud world we live in.
Department of Defense Education Activity (DoDEA) Uses Aruba to Deliver Secure Learning Environments at 164 Accredited Schools in 1...
Tuesday, January 28, 2020
Caesars Entertainment and UNLV Partner with Aruba to Advance the Future of Hospitality in Black Fire Innovation Incubator Space
Tuesday, January 21, 2020 5:00 am PST
Coming to a Store Near You: Aruba Advances Digital Retail Experiences with SD-Branch Innovations
Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company (NYSE: HPE), today announced the next milestone for its SD-Branch solution that enables more secure, streamlined and simplified deployment and management of large distributed retail networks.
12 New Year’s Predictions for Wi-Fi That Works
Given the time of the year, we’ve decided to combine two-holiday traditions to share our perspectives on how Wi-Fi will grow and evolve in 2020. Hence, here are our 12 Days of Wi-Fi predictions for 2020. This time next year we’ll report back on how well we did but no matter what the future holds, the Aruba wireless family wishes you a great holiday season and 2020 filled with Wi-Fi that works.
Aruba Central Simplifies Network Operations and Assurance Across APAC and Beyond
Back then, Central was a simple, cloud-based management platform. Aruba has significantly upped the ante for cloud-based network management by integrating analytics and assurance, SD-Branch and SD-WAN, and device security into the cloud platform. And, we’ve redesigned Central to greatly increase scale and geographic reach.
Walt Disney World Resort Enhances its Guest Hotel Experience with Aruba Wi-Fi
Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company (NYSE: HPE), today announced that Walt Disney World Resort is bringing Aruba Wi-Fi infrastructure to all 29 of its resort properties. Walt Disney World Resort will leverage Aruba solutions to offer new and improved experiences to resort guests.