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Future proof your wired infrastructure
Aruba switches deliver the performance you need for your mobile-first campus. With multi-gigabit Ethernet ports, powered with HPE Smart Rate technology, your network can easily handle 802.11ac Wave 2 and anything that’s thrown at it for years to come.

Automate security for BYOD and IoT
Aruba ClearPass can now profile any IoT device, integrate with multi-factor authentication for stronger device and app security, and provide deeper insights into security incidents. Its automated threat protection features ensure that each device is accurately given network access privileges with minimal hands-on IT interaction.

Predict, not only troubleshoot, Wi-Fi performance
With the unstoppable scale of mobile devices, IT needs deeper insights about the health of the Wi-Fi network. With Aruba AirWave, they can predict problems before there are disruptions to Wi-Fi connectivity, app quality, and RF coverage. It’s the most powerful network management platform for the mobile-first campus that works across multivendor wired and wireless infrastructures.

Screaming fast 11ac Wave 2
Unique in the industry, the Aruba 310, 320, and 330 series APs are powered by ClientMatch technology — making sure all devices have the fastest connection at all times and Multi-User MIMO capable devices can actually make use of the technology. They come with a Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) beacon installed to help remotely manage battery-powered Aruba Beacons.

 

What is RFID?

Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID) is the process of using electromagnetic waves to identify and track electronic tags attached to specific objects.

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What is VIP?

Variable Information Printing (VIP) – sometimes called Variable Data Printing (VDP) – is a form of digital printing which enables the “customisation” of a ......

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What is IoT?

The Internet of Things (IoT) is the concept of connecting any physical device to the Internet. An IoT-enabled device will typically have a sensor ......

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