Provide seamless roaming and onboarding with Aruba Air Pass – powered by Passpoint®.
Enterprises and mobile operators can provide a secure onramp to 5G services for carpeted offices, hotels, and other indoor venues using the Aruba Air Pass roaming service – delivered by an existing Aruba WLAN. Wi-Fi CERTIFIED Passpoint® is a Wi-Fi Alliance certification program.
Reduce costs and improve cellular service quality.
As a more affordable and resilient option than DAS or small cell, new and existing Aruba WLANs can be used to deliver Aruba Air Pass – and also support multiple operators at once.
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Extend cellular roaming to the enterprise.
Aruba Air Pass together with ClearPass and Air Slice to deliver seamless, secure mobility between cellular and enterprise networks – while ensuring carriers and enterprises maintain appropriate levels of visibility and control.
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Eliminate wireless coverage gaps with Wi-Fi 6.
Energy-saving glass, concrete, and metal naturally dampen cellular signals – leading to inconsistent mobile coverage. Wi-Fi 6 solves this problem – while addressing many more.
Aruba Air Pass Roaming Service Solution Overview
New Aruba AirPass roaming services and Air Slice SLA management services further enhance the integration of the network and customer edges by enabling seamless roaming from 5G to Wi-Fi along with guaranteed quality of service, all cloud-managed by Aruba Central.
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Using Wi-Fi 6 as a radio access network for 5G
Learn how HPE and Aruba enable enterprises to accelerate 5G initiatives using existing network infrastructure.
Solving the Indoor Cellular Coverage Problem: Wi-Fi Calling and Passpoint White Paper
This paper describes an approach to the in-building cellular coverage problem that allows an enterprise to provide dependable service for any cellular mobile device.
CBRS, 5G and Wi-Fi: Radio Access Network Convergence in the Enterprise
This white paper provides an overview of the state-of-the-art of enterprise radio access network technologies including both cellular and non-cellular variants. It explains how they may be combined from a control plane and data path perspective in an enterprise network architecture. Our objective is to arm customer IT decision-makers and architects with the basic conceptual knowledge, terminology, architectures and deployment options to facilitate strategic planning.