Aruba Networks Enterprise Access Point and Control
Founded in 2002, Aruba Networks is the leading provider of next-generation access management, network infrastructure and mobility application solutions for mobile enterprise networks.
The company’s Mobile Virtual Enterprise (MOVE) architecture unifies these three core areas into one cohesive and manageable system that strengthens security and dramatically simplifies bring-your-own-device implementations.
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Performance claims are tough to sort out and even tougher to back up. But Aruba Instant APs are different. They perform optimally when faced with challenges like RF interference from adjacent WLANs, security scanning on the AP, and many slow clients competing for bandwidth. Instant has been tested against competitors and the real world is where we really shine – go ahead and connect 20 slow iPhones and stream video. That's when you’ll actually see that Aruba Instant is up to 10-times faster than any competitor.
Aruba APs support a choice of operating modes to meet your unique requirements. Controller-managed APs rely on centralized network services while controllerless Aruba Instant distributes these services across multiple APs.
Aruba Mobility Controllers create a single, unified network that manages wired and wireless access across indoor, outdoor and remote locations. Aware of all network devices, users, applications and locations, Mobility Controllers also maintain configurations and automate software updates for other Aruba Mobility Controllers, Mobility Access Switches and access points (APs).
Aruba 802.11ac and 802.11n access points (APs) deliver superb Wi-Fi performance to a wide range of indoor and outdoor environments. Aruba access points leverage patented ClientMatch™ technology to ensure that devices are connected to the best AP, which prevents the Wi-Fi network from slowing down as people move throughout your campus.