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Aruba Mobile First Platform

Insightful. Easy to consume. Developer-ready.

It used to just be about connectivity. Not anymore. The Aruba Mobile First Platform is the intelligent software layer that turns connectivity into a rich experience for mobile users and actionable insights for business and IT. It’s designed to accelerate your adoption of mobile and IoT initiatives and separate your business from the crowd.

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Enterprise wireless networks made simple.

Acting as the brains of a large scale wireless network, ArubaOS 8 is designed to deliver the highest levels of reliability to mobile users. It can integrate with northbound IT and business applications via its REST API to share real-time contextual information about the network state, and enable programmability of the network infrastructure with custom app signatures. ArubaOS 8 can be deployed on a server appliance, significantly easing the consumption model.
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Security at the speed of mobile and IoT.

To protect the digital resources in the enterprise, IT must adapt to the onslaught of mobile and IoT. Powered by Aruba ClearPass, developers of IT applications and security services can easily influence network access policies, get access to policy information about users in real-time, and automate secure onboarding of new and unknown devices to the network.
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Network services — now in the cloud.

Our partners and customers can get access to real-time information about their Aruba wired, Wi-Fi and wide area networks from the public cloud, either via REST APIs or with a built-in management dashboard. Powered by Aruba Central, multi-tenant operation enables Aruba resellers and end users to support multiple disparate networks from a single location.
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Infrastructure as an operational expense.

The speed of innovation for mobile and IoT is forcing businesses to think differently about their infrastructure investments. Via partnerships with HPE Technical Services, Accenture and Deloitte, network-as-a-service options help convert total cost for hardware acquisition, design and installation to an operational expense. And AT&T customers in North America can now add Aruba wired, Wi-Fi and WAN technology to their existing broadband services, with a single click.

 
 

Smarter business decisions and a better user experience.

Developers can create indoor location services within mobile apps, enabling users to locate each other in real-time and interact with physical spaces, thanks to Aruba Meridian and Aruba Beacons. And with the latest introduction of Meridian Goals, business leaders can go beyond simple beacon analytics to gain insights about the success of their latest campaigns.
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