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September 7, 2011  7:27 AM

Can your WLAN keep up with the tablet explosion?



Posted by: rivkalittle
Aruba, Cisco, HP, Meru, Motorola, smart phones, tablets, wireless LAN, wlan growth

Research firm Canalys reports that the enterprise

October 8, 2010  4:22 PM

Motorola smartens access points, pulls back WLAN controllers



Posted by: Shamus McGillicuddy
Aerohive, Aruba, Cisco, Enterasys, Meraki, Motorola, Networking, Wi-Fi, wireless LAN, Wireless networking

The role of the wireless LAN controller appliance is shifting dramatically. The days of the dumb access point are severely numbered. Motorola became just the latest WLAN vendor to deemphasize the role of its controller appliance in its architecture with its new


March 11, 2010  5:07 PM

Wireless LAN market on fire, Motorola closing in on Aruba while Cisco slips



Posted by: Shamus McGillicuddy
802.11n, Alcatel-Lucent, Aruba, Cisco, Dell'Oro, HP ProCurve, Meru, Motorola, wireless LAN

Market research firm dell'Oro Group has published its latest quarterly market update on the wireless LAN industry. According...


January 11, 2010  4:17 PM

Cisco supply chain woes: Core networking product shortage



Posted by: Shamus McGillicuddy
Aruba, Cisco, Network, product shortages, Routing and switching, wireless LAN

The Channel Insider reports that Cisco is struggling to fill orders for core networking products after enterprises started buying products in greater numbers at the end of...


July 29, 2009  5:06 PM

Dell’Oro will adjust reporting after WLAN market share squabble



Posted by: Shamus McGillicuddy
802.11n, Aruba, Dell'Oro, Meru, wireless LAN, Wireless networking

Earlier this month I wrote a story about how Aruba and Meru were both claiming second place in the 802.11n enterprise wireless LAN market based on the same numbers from Dell'Oro Group. There were a...


July 13, 2009  3:14 PM

This week in WLAN adoption: Schools love Ruckus, Aruba gets logistical



Posted by: Shamus McGillicuddy
802.11n, Aruba, Ruckus Wireless, wireless LAN

Looking at last week's wireless LAN adoption news... Ruckus took the opportunity this week to announce that 24 colleges and universities have decided to install Ruckus' 802.11n wireless LAN technology over the last 90 days. The most recent school to sign on is Benedict College in Columbia,...


July 2, 2009  7:37 PM

This week in WLAN adoption: John Marshall Law buys Aerohive, Virginia Union Univ. buys Aruba



Posted by: Shamus McGillicuddy
802.11n, Aerohive, Aruba, wireless LAN, Wireless networking

In a new semi-regular feature on The Network Hub, I'm going to provide a quick run-down of newly announced wireless LAN projects. I get a lot of press releases from WLAN vendors about customer wins. I don't get to write about all of them, but I can at least offer you a quick summary of the latest...


June 30, 2009  2:27 PM

Meru and Aruba both lay claim to second position in 802.11n WLAN market



Posted by: Shamus McGillicuddy
802.11n, Aruba, Meru, Networking, wireless LAN, Wireless networking

Would the real second fiddle please stand up and take a bow? This week both Meru Networks and Aruba Networks have issued press releases claiming that they hold the second biggest share of the 802.11n wireless LAN market. Not only that - both vendors are citing the same research: Dell'Oro Group's...


June 18, 2009  9:07 PM

Wireless LAN spending is down, 802.11n spending is up



Posted by: Shamus McGillicuddy
802.11n, Aruba, Cisco, HP ProCurve, Motorola, wireless LAN

Market analyst firm Dell'Oro published a 1st quarter assessment of the wireless LAN market which showed that a severe 11% drop in enterprise spending from the 1st...


May 20, 2009  5:20 PM

Aruba Networks joins lifetime warranty club



Posted by: Shamus McGillicuddy
Aruba, HP ProCurve, wireless LAN

Aruba Networks announced this morning that it will now offer lifetime warranties on all its indoor wireless LAN access points. This will provide some nice investment protection to customers. It's pretty clear to me that the...


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