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Aruba Wireless Networks can be found on the World Wide Web at http://www.arubanetworks.com/.
"The Aruba 2400 is the only mid-range centralized Wi-Fi switch that can provide Wi-Fi switching, Wi-Fi security appliance and Wi-Fi IDS functions simultaneously," said Keerti Melkote, co-founder and vice president of Product Management at Aruba Wireless Networks. "It is designed for mid-sized businesses that can deploy a centralized Wi-Fi solution without having to break the bank."
"Enterprises look to us to deliver the highest performing wireless systems," said Keerti Melkote, co-founder and vice president of product management for Aruba Wireless Networks. "We scoured the market for test equipment that could best validate the performance of our equipment, in the wide variety of applications and found VeriWave to be among the most sophisticated.
Aruba Wireless Networks develops and markets centralized enterprise network systems that enable corporations to secure their networks from the dual threats of Wi-Fi and mobility.
The idea that fast and secure wireless networking is a utility in the modern office environment is an excellent sign for the future of this company's approach to WLAN," said Albert Benhamou, vice president EMEA at Aruba Wireless Networks. "Aruba's suite of secure, centrally-controlled WLAN switching solutions, provides ease of access for users while retaining comprehensive management features for IT staff."
"While we, like other wireless vendors, make use of standard off-the-shelf radio components, we leave a large portion of their capabilities disabled in the access point," said Merwyn Andrade, CTO of Aruba Wireless Networks and contributor to the IEEE 802.11i specification.
"Aruba is once again pioneering the next stage of enterprise wireless that lets corporations truly make wireless pervasive and high-performance," said Keerti Melkote, co-founder and VP of product management and marketing for Aruba Wireless Networks. "Having successfully addressed the issues of security, mobility and manageability for enterprise wireless LANs with centralized wireless switching, Aruba is now delivering on the 4th generation vision of a pervasive, high-performance mobile networking utility in the most cost-effective way with its new wireless grid products."
Sharp HealthCare (Sharp) has deployed Aruba Wireless Networks' wireless LAN (WLAN) switching system to provide centrally managed, enterprise-wide mobility services to some 11,000 employees as well as new mobile devices such as Wi-Fi equipped intravenous (IV) pumps.
Bailey Telecom, the UK's independent provider of complete communications solutions, has installed Aruba Wireless Networks' (Aruba) wireless LAN (WLAN) switching system, to provide secure wireless connectivity throughout its new Birmingham office.
Founded in February 2002, Aruba Wireless Networks is a privately held wireless security company that markets and manufactures high-performance 802.11 WLAN switching systems for corporations and service providers.
Aruba Wireless Networks has unveiled the first end-to-end wireless LAN (WLAN) switching family that gives enterprises complete control over deploying, securing and scaling large 802.11 (Wi-Fi) networks.