What defines the Edge?

It’s where big ideas are born. Where action happens.

See why Aruba is positioned as a Leader in the latest Gartner reports.

There is a massive amount of data at the Edge

Harnessing that data can drive new business outcomes and experiences. But it also creates challenges for IT.

Troubleshooting

There’s already too much data for manual systems to handle and identifying and diagnosing connectivity issues takes up to 70% of IT’s time.

Securing

The organization demands speed, but securing and monitoring users, devices, and things is time-consuming.

Resolving

Fixing cross-domain issues takes too long when your teams use multiple, siloed network management tools.

Budgeting

Resources and budgets are shrinking, especially in these challenging times, but business expectations are growing.

The new normal is a hybrid workplace

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Employees, staff, and students can move seamlessly from home to office or campus

Wherever people are, the network will be the foundation for secure, remote connectivity and workplace capabilities like contact tracing.

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Set your IT team up for success in the hybrid workplace

Get tips for managing a remote workforce, understand key considerations for keeping the in-office experience safe, and explore flexible financial options.

Social distancing

Reassure staff and students that they’ll be safe as they return

Built-in network intelligence delivers density mapping so you can modify floorplans or contact tracing to minimize COVID’s impact – to keep everyone safe.

Simplify network operations and management with cloud-based Aruba Central

Streamline operations, automate grunt work, and see problems before users do.
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Advanced AIOps

With continuous monitoring, AI-based insights provide real-time visibility and alerts into what’s happening in the wireless LAN, switching, and SD-WAN infrastructure. The insights use a growing pool of network data, and deep domain experience.

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Contact and location tracing

Central analyzes and reports both proximity and location telemetry to perform contact and location tracing. That data, combined with advanced AI capabilities ensure pinpoint accuracy, so you’re able to see which people intersected and the exact location of the interaction.

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Easy access to Azure or AWS

Using Central’s cloud connect and orchestration services, enable simple and secure connectivity to workloads hosted in multi-cloud and hybrid cloud locations.

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Flexible options

Combining the best of traditional network management, AIOps, experience monitoring and device security, Central helps you manage WLAN, switching, SD-WAN, and VPN services using cloud, on-premises, or as-a-Service options.

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Aruba automates branch office connectivity to AWS

As organizations look to modernize their networks across distributed locations, this helps ensure security and application availability to users.

Set IT up for success

The network serves as the foundation as employees move seamlessly back and forth from the home and office environments. Get tips to set IT up for success in this hybrid workplace.

NaaS adoption is on the rise

See what’s driving the demand for NaaS, the types of projects it’s best suited for, and the benefits to your organization.

Evhen Farmiga of The Walt Disney Company discusses the importance of invisible technology for immersive guest experiences.

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"With Aruba and Aruba Central, our infrastructure can scale smoothly and seamlessly worldwide. Overall, we’re only scratching the surface and look forward to taking our networking platform to the next level."

George Hurtado, Director of Global IT Infrastructure, KEMET Electronics Corporation

Innovative multi-agency Wi-Fi Bus proof of concept delivers connectivity to underserved communities using Aruba SD-Branch Gateways, Wi-Fi, and Central.

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“Central visibility and management is key. We can now see the overall health of the network in one place.”

Andrew Bleil, Corporate Network Team, Dropbox

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