Aruba Networks has certified Apple’s iPhone as interoperable with its wireless LANs and has issued the device a Compatible Partner rating. Aruba’s unique stateful firewall is able to detect and prevent Layer 2-7 attacks, provide stateful deep packet inspection, and offer iPhone users policy-based security that follows them wherever they roam and regardless of the means used to access the network. Aruba’s layered authentication scheme limits what the iPhone can do using encryption prior to authentication through a captive portal or VPN, and dynamically blacklists iPhones that don’t adhere to a specified policy. The net result is increased security against network attacks, better protection against packet flooding caused by broadcast messages and the preservation of bandwidth for legitimate uses.
- Apple Design and Implementation Guide
- White paper: Enabling High-Performance for Apple iPads in the Enterprise
Citrix Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ:CTXS) is a leading provider of virtualization, networking and cloud computing solutions for more than 230,000 organizations worldwide. Its Citrix Delivery Center™, Citrix Cloud Center™ (C3) and Citrix Online product families radically simplify computing for millions of users, delivering desktops and applications as an on-demand service to any user, in any location on any device.
Citrix and Aruba
Citrix and Aruba Networks have teamed up to provide network and application solutions for distributed enterprises through Aruba’s Virtual Branch Network (VBN) solution and the Citrix XenApp® application virtualization technology. Together, these solutions make it possible to affordably deliver virtual desktops, voice, video, and enterprise applications to remote sites – all with centralized control. This cloud-based solution is simple enough to be installed by the end user, but powerful enough to deliver a complete “headquarters experience” for remote users.
Dell Inc. listens to customers and delivers innovative technology and services that give them the power to do more. Mobile computing at Dell is about more than just mobile computers. Dell and Aruba have a strategic partnership to bring innovative and complete mobility solutions to the market. Dell and Aruba’s approach to mobility simplifies remote management and enables a wide variety of remote users to work anywhere, anytime, for as long as they choose. For more information, visit www.dell.com.
Dell and Aruba
Dell has integrated Aruba technology into both the mobile and non-roaming solutions spanning from Connected Classroom to Electronic Medical Records (EMR) and Digital Forensics. The Dell Wyse D10D offers a unique combination of performance, efficiency, and affordability with virus-immune firmware, ThinOS, with a dual-core AMD 1.4 GHz processor, and a unified graphics engine. This cloud client for Citrix®, Microsoft® and VMware® VDI environments is interoperable with Aruba’s wireless infrastructure for non-roaming applications.
Date of Certification:
Aruba OS Tested:
126.96.36.199 and later
Dell Wyse D10D
Motion Computing® is a leading provider of integrated mobile computing solutions, combining world-class products with services customized for the unique needs of target vertical markets. The company’s enhanced line of rugged tablet PCs, mobile point of care solutions and accessories are designed to increase mobile productivity while providing portability, security, power and versatility. Motion Mobility Solutions offers a complete portfolio of products, services and support that helps ensure a successful mobile deployment for increased productivity, reducing project risk while delivering a more rapid return on investment. For more information, visit www.motioncomputing.com.
Motion Computing and Aruba
Aruba and Motion Computing have teamed to optimize clinical workflows with point of care access to patient data and unified communications services. Designed for in-hospital and remote clinical environments, the Aruba and Motion solution delivers up-to-date information to clinicians throughout all stages of patient care delivery.