Aruba Introduces Software-Based Networking

In an effort to help businesses’ growing needs to adapt quickly to changes in the IT environment, Aruba, a subsidiary of Hewlett Packard Enterprise, is rolling out a new platform. The Mobile First Platform incorporates a software layer that uses API's to enable businesses and third-party developers to quickly improve current applications or create new ones based on the vendor's wireless networking technologies.

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Over the last 10 years, innovation in the mobile world has been constantly changing, with major changes happening every other month. It’s been nearly impossible for Aruba to keep up with that pace. In an effort to keep up with the Jones’, Aruba came out with the Mobile First Platform, a software layer that uses application programming interfaces (API’s) to provide insights to third-party developers and businesses network to improve applications and services.

The platform accelerates integration and innovation of mobile and the Internet of Things (IoT) with the speed of the developer ecosystem, rather than the pace of a single vendor.

The Aruba Mobile First Platform provides the ability for an ecosystem of developers and technology vendors to freely innovate, utilizing the information collected by the Aruba infrastructure from mobile and IoT devices, and dynamically customize networking functions in real-time.

This results in an opportunity for the user to improve existing applications and create new ones to enhance customer experience, and to improve business operations and revenue opportunities.

The Mobile First Platform Comprises a Range of Aruba Technologies

  • A new wireless operating system,Aruba OS8, offering tools for developers to create new and enhanced software.
  • Advanced Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) analytics with Meridian Goals software.
  • Improvements to Aruba Central, a subscription-based, cloud hosted network service that now offers not only a multi-tenant architecture but also a managed service portal for greater visibility into the network and easier management.
  • Aruba also is offering a range of new ways to acquire and deploy the company's new software-based technologies, including network-as-a-service (NaaS), managed service and cloud-based options that are more flexible and affordable.

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