Aruba

Aruba Networks, Inc. provides enterprise mobility solutions worldwide. It offers access points that deliver secure Wi-Fi client access to indoor and outdoor enterprise wireless local area network environments; and mobility controllers, which manage wired and wireless access across indoor, outdoor, and remotes locations. The company also provides mobility access switches that enable role-based network access for wired users and devices; and remote access points, which offer wired and wireless network access, zero-touch provisioning, role-based access control, policy-based forwarding, air monitoring, and wireless intrusion protection. In addition, it offers airwave network management for clarity and control over mobile users on multivendor and multisite networks; Aruba Central, a cloud-based management solution designed to provide centralized monitoring, configuration, and reporting for networks; virtual Intranet access client software, a secure Wi-Fi connectivity for Android, iOS, Mac OS, and Windows mobile devices and laptops; and outdoor wireless mesh routers designed to be deployed where wired connectivity is unavailable. Further, the company provides ClearPass access management system to simplify and automate policy management, guest network access, mobile device onboarding, and mobile device health checks. Additionally, it offers Meridian application that engages visitors through their mobile devices by providing indoor wayfinding with turn-by-turn directions, and targeted location-aware push notifications, as well as offers customer support, professional, and training services. The company sells its products to general enterprise, high tech and industrial enterprise, higher and K-12 education, health care, retail, government, financial, and hospitality industries through its direct sales force, value-added resellers and distributors, and original equipment manufacturers. Aruba Networks, Inc. was founded in 2002 and is headquartered in Sunnyvale, California.