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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

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...


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...


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...


February 13, 2009  10:10 PM

Aerohive comes up with a new approach to WLAN airtime fairness



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

When I have conversations with network managers about whether they plan to upgrade to 802.11n wireless LAN technology, many say they're in no hurry. They're still getting plenty out of their existing 802.11a/b/g infrastructure, they say. And besides, all the legacy clients in their organization...


December 17, 2008  4:03 PM

Trapeze not flying high over Magic Quadrant



Posted by: Shamus McGillicuddy
analysts, Gartner, Meru, Network, Trapeze Networks, Wi-Fi, Wireless networking

Every year Gartner's Magic Quadrant for wireless LAN infrastructure has some winners and some losers. One or two vendors will emerge from the crowded quadrant of niche players to become a market leader, a visionary or a challenger. And one or two other vendors will slip back into the crowd of niche...


October 2, 2008  8:18 PM

ElimiDate: Aruba, Meru come clean about acquisition dream dates



Posted by: Michael Morisy
802.11n, Aruba, Meru, Wi-Fi, Wireless networking

elimidate.jpgSo shockingly it's not every WLAN vendor's dream to be swept off their feet by a big, strong wired networking vendor. Some are pretty happy being independent! And...


September 12, 2008  8:44 PM

A Shot at Love with Juniper Networks?



Posted by: Michael Morisy
802.11n, analysts, Aruba, Extricom, Foundry, Juniper Networks, Meru, Network, Wi-Fi, Wireless networking

Will Aruba pick him? When it comes to enterprise Wi-Fi, the industry's...


September 9, 2008  5:42 PM

Juniper on the WLAN acquisition prowl?



Posted by: Michael Morisy
Aruba, Juniper Networks, Meru, Network, Wi-Fi, Wireless networking

Juniper wants meat! Juniper's had no qualms in hiding their enterprise ambitions, and now they might...


March 3, 2008  2:20 PM

‘Fourth Generation’?! Cisco responds to Wi-Fi whippersnappers



Posted by: Michael Morisy
802.11n, Cisco, Extricom, Meru, Networking, Wi-Fi, Wireless networking

A few hours after posting my story on Extricom's and Meru's approaches to wireless networking, I got an e-mail from Cisco expressing their disappointment in not getting to tell their "side of the...


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