Aruba news stories
Aruba ESP delivers cloud-native services for edge-to-cloud networks
Aruba has announced significant advancements to Aruba Edge Services Platform enabling organisations to keep pace with rapidly changing business requirements.
Telecom CPC has appointed a new chief executive officer
CITIC Telecom International Holdings has appointed a new chief executive officer at its Hong Kong branch.
Aruba and China Telecom Global partner to aid global expansion
Aruba and China Telecom Global (CTG) have partnered in a global expansion to help provide better infrastructure solutions to enterprises.
A case for public-private partnerships in technology infrastructure for government
With more governments setting technology-enabled goals, the timing seems to be right to apply the principles of PPP for network infrastructure.
Organisations must accelerate digital transformation - Aruba
Companies are finding themselves playing catch up in a new digital-first world.
Epsilon adds Aruba SD-WAN edge platform to portfolio
By partnering with Aruba, Epsilon combines the EdgeConnect platform with Epsilon's global network fabric to deliver a unified SD-WAN solution for enterprises.
Aruba adds new capabilities to Edge Services Platform
Updates include new AIOps, IoT and security features for Aruba Central, as well as additions to the Aruba CX Switching portfolio that are purpose-built for the Intelligent Edge.
Aruba appoints South Pacific channel lead Tristan Rajah
“I look forward to hitting the ground running, speaking with new and existing partners on how we can make business easier for them, as well as broadening the resources and solutions on offer to our partners.”
Aruba unveils enterprise-grade Wi-Fi 6E solution
"With connectivity demands growing exponentially, Wi-Fi 6E can take advantage of up to seven, superwide 160 MHz channels and uncongested bandwidth in the 6 GHz band."
Aruba launches new data management solution
Aruba has launched its new Database as a Service solution, for managing data in the cloud.
Aruba updates edge security platform with SD-WAN capabilities
Aruba’s latest iteration of its Edge Services Platform (ESP) has been quick to make use of HPE’s acquisition of Silver Peak in September last year.
Vault Cloud and Aruba partner to benefit Aus Government and critical industries
Vault Cloud has signed a partnership with Aruba, the HPE company, with the intention of bringing improved security solutions to government and critical industries.
Aruba ClearPass recognised by independent evaluation program
Aruba’s ClearPass Security Portfolio has recevived the coveted Cyber Catalyst designation, according to a statement from the company.
Aruba unveils new solutions to streamline IT deployment
IT organisations are not prepared to meet the rapidly changing demands of network connectivity in handling data.
Aruba marks 15 years as Leader in W/LAN Magic Quadrant
The HPE company was furthest in Vision of all vendors in Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for Wired and Wireless LAN Access Infrastructure.
Aruba research: Value from data depends on the edge
Orgs with more mature Edge deployments are more likely to be gaining business value from their data by using it to inform decisions and processes.
Aruba dreams big with two more data centres planned
ruba’s global data centre network is undergoing an expansion that will add two more facilities and upgrades to the company’s hydroelectric and photovoltaic plants in Italy.
HPE completes Silver Peak buyout & strengthens edge-to-cloud portfolio
Silver Peak will now begin a new life under HPE’s Aruba business.
Aruba unveils channel award winners + SMB and partner strategies
"We remain fully committed to delivering products, programs and services that support their business goals and helping partners grow their opportunities."
Internet of Things
New Aruba solution unifies networks to provide ‘hyper-awareness’
The enhanced Edge Services Platform unifies IoT, IT, and OT networks into one platform that integrates with Aruba partner technologies.
Survey: How the pandemic is shaking up the network market
Network as a service adoption to accelerate by 38% within two years as businesses adapt, with APAC in the lead, according to a survey by Aruba.
Network as a Service to accelerate in next two years - Aruba
IT leaders are investing more in cloud-based and AI-powered networking technologies as business recovery plans take shape in response to COVID-19
Increased demand for cloud computing as organisations look to achieve business continuity - Aruba
The increase in remote working has also created a focus on cyber security for all businesses.
Aruba unveils cloud-native platform for intelligent edge
Aruba says its new solution helps organisations maintain business continuity through its ability to continually analyse network, user and device insights.