The surge in IoT devices and the increased speed of doing business on mobile are leading us to the question — is the network infrastructure ready?
Legacy network infrastructures were designed before mobility and IoT became prevalent. Today’s campus and branch network needs to ensure that connectivity, security and smart network management complement each other so that all of these devices can securely connect. And although most users will connect via wireless, the increase in network density requirements and the need for IoT devices to connect via wired means that the wired infrastructure remains critical. Aruba’s campus and branch switching portfolio spans the access layer to the core and creates the foundation of the new digital workplace. Aruba’s switches integrate seamlessly with the wireless network as well as with Aruba’s industryleading security and network management solutions
Increasing traffic means bottlenecks. There’s a pressing need for organizations to maximize throughput across the distributed network, from large campuses to branch offices, but it will take more than adding traditional boxes.
Increasing device types means security vulnerabilities. IT needs visibility into what’s on the network and they need to be able to segment traffic, automatically, for a greater number of device types.
While complexity has increased, IT resources are flat or shrinking. Essentially, IT must do more with less. More troubleshooting, more remediation, more everything. How can they scale given that network complexity has increased.
Aruba 2530 A cost-effective, reliable and secure Layer 2 access switching solution that delivers entrylevel features for small-to-midsize businesses
Aruba 2930F High performance and costeffective Layer 3 access switching solution with virtual stacking (VSF) for increased performance and redundancy to support the mobile campus.
Aruba 5400R A scalable and versatile modular advanced Layer 3 aggregation and access switching solution with Virtual (VSF) stacking, low latency and enterprise-class resiliency.