Stuart Strickland
Distinguished Technologist in the CTO team

Stuart Strickland is a Distinguished Technologist in the CTO team at Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company, with a focus on strategic planning for Wi-Fi in relation to cellular networks. He represents Aruba in 3GPP, WFA, IEEE, and WBA on issues relating to spectrum allocation, Wi-Fi/cellular coexistence, and integrated network architectures. Prior to joining Aruba, he led Qualcomm’s Wi-Fi/small cell convergence and hybrid location strategies, served as Vice President of CSR’s location-based services business unit, as CTO of Insiteo, as lead software architect for the Radio Network Controller of Siemens’ first 3G network infrastructure, and as assistant professor of history at Northwestern University. He holds a PhD in the History of Science from Harvard University and an AB in the Philosophy of Mathematics from Columbia University.

Posts (3)

Aruba Unplugged

Aruba Air Pass: The Bridge from Wi-Fi 6 to 5G

Aruba Air Pass brings seamless cellular roaming to private enterprise networks with pre-negotiated operator agreements and a globally accessible, secure authentication hub. Read More

Tags:

  • 5G
  • Air Slice
  • Passpoint
  • Voice
  • Wi-Fi 6

Digital Workplace

What is 5G?

5G is not simply a new technology, but an operator strategy to extend control in the face of existential physical and commercial challenges. Read More

Tags:

  • 11ax
  • 5G

Enterprise Campus

Wi-Fi as the On-Ramp to 5G

Wi-Fi 6 emerges as the first and best small cell solution to deliver 5G services to the enterprise. Read More

Tags:

  • 11ax
  • 5G
  • Wi-Fi 6