Global network vendor Aruba Networks says the growth in mobile devices such as smart phones, tablets and laptops - and the many personal and corporate applications they support – has led to “significant adoption” in the Australian and New Zealand regional market of its next-generation Wi-Fi networking solution, 802.11ac.
California-based Application Networking vendor, A10 Networks, has appointed a Managing Director to lead its Australian and New Zealand business.
The Catholic Education Office (CEO) in Sydney has deployed ‘one of the world’s largest’ 802.11ac wireless networks, from Aruba Networks.
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