Organizations across wide variety of industries adopt Aruba’s
802.11ac in First Quarter of Availability
SUNNYVALE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--
Aruba Networks, Inc. (NASDAQ:ARUN), a leading provider of
next-generation network access solutions for the mobile enterprise,
today announced strong customer adoption for its 802.11ac solution
across a wide range of industries including healthcare, education,
hospitality and general enterprise. Customers are finding that the
security and performance benefits of the 802.11ac standard, coupled with
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help improve connection speed and bandwidth allowing customers to
rapidly and cost-effectively implement 802.11ac-based wireless networks.
Announced in May of 2013, Aruba’s 802.11ac solution, which includes the 220
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technology, which can improve speeds and bandwidth for both 802.11ac and
802.11n clients, is seeing rapid adoption across numerous industries.
With the availability of new 802.11ac client devices, the Wi-Fi
Alliance’s certification program in full swing, and the performance and
coverage benefits afforded by the standard, many organizations have
already begun deploying 802.11ac-based wireless LANs. In addition to
previously announced customers, Arista Networks and University of
Delaware, Algonquin College, Australian Catholic Education Office
Sydney, Elmhurst College, Netflix, Inc., Pediatric Therapy Network,
Promedica, Stony Brook University, Torrance Memorial Medical Center,
Unity College and Yale University are examples of organizations that are
deploying Aruba’s 802.11ac solution.
Based in Canada’s capital, the Ottawa Valley, and with a newly-opened
campus in Saudi Arabia, Algonquin College of Applied Arts and Technology
is the largest polytechnic institute in Eastern Ontario with 18,000
full-time and 43,000 part-time and online registrants. Since inception,
Algonquin College has been committed to ensuring its students have
access to the education and skills training to launch rewarding careers.
“With 18,000 full-time students bringing an average of three devices
each to our campuses, the performance and reliability of our wireless
network has never been more critical,” said Rod Martin, Manager, IT
Infrastructure for Algonquin College.