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May 28, 2009  9:17 PM

Interop: NetScout demos location-based wireless LAN troubleshooting



Posted by: Shamus McGillicuddy
Cisco, NetScout, Network management, wireless LAN

At Interop, NetScout announced the integration of its Sniffer Global network analyzer product with Cisco's Mobility Services Engine. This integration gives network managers...

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...


April 30, 2009  8:53 PM

Aruba is banging out the wireless LAN customer wins



Posted by: Shamus McGillicuddy
802.11n, Aruba, IBM, wireless LAN

Aruba Networks emails me quite often with wireless LAN customer wins. Either it is signing more customers than other WLAN vendors, or it simply publicizes its wins more often.  Usually I don't bother to write about this customer news, but a couple of recent announcements have caught my...


February 25, 2009  3:47 PM

Trapeze opens new sales channel for wireless LAN



Posted by: Shamus McGillicuddy
Belden, Network cable, Trapeze Networks, wireless LAN, Wireless networking

Belden, which bought wireless LAN vendor Trapeze Networks last year, is trying to open up a new sales channel for wireless infrastructure. The company a


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...


January 28, 2009  5:10 PM

Aruba courts Nortel customers with multivendor WLAN management suite



Posted by: Shamus McGillicuddy
Aruba, bankruptcy, Network management, nortel, wireless LAN, Wireless networking

Aruba Networks has joined the growing ring of vultures circling above Nortel Networks' Toronto headquarters, where executives are busily trying to restructure Nortel while under the cover of Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. Aruba


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