Aruba in leaders quadrant for WLAN infrastructure
Aruba Networks has been positioned in the leaders quadrant in Gartner’s 2009 Magic Quadrant for Wireless LAN Infrastructure, which evaluates vendors based on the completeness of their vision and their ability to execute.
According to Aruba, its centralized wireless LAN architecture deliver switch-like performance and lowers IT operating expenses by simplifying network set-up, expansion, and updates. Additionally to ensure a good user experience, even in the presence of other nearby or legacy Wi-Fi networks, Aruba’s Adaptive Radio Management (ARM) technology uses infrastructure-based controls to optimize the real-time performance of Wi-Fi devices.
"Most of our competitors either lack comparable tools or the cost of integrating their tools is so high as to be non-competitive. We believe our positioning in the Magic Quadrant recognizes Aruba’s competitive advantages and the cost-containment and productivity-enhancement benefits we bring to the table," said Dominic Orr, president and CEO, Aruba Networks.
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