Posts with tag "Edge Data Center"

Dolan SullivanSolutions

Federal IT: Move Network and Security Services Closer to Your Apps

Distributed services switching emerges to meet new edge requirements for Federal use cases. Read More

Aruba Pensando Distributed Services Switches
David HughesCorporate

The Next Evolution of Switching Architecture is Here

Moving intelligent network and security services closer to your applications. Read More

Dolan SullivanCorporate

Federal IT: Why the Edge is the Pivot Point for Your Next WAN and Security Transformation...

Modernize network and security services to meet the new realities of telework, cloud and IoT. Read More

Ruben IglesiasSolutions

Explore Aruba CX Switches with the AOS-CX Switch Simulator

Aruba is launching the AOS-CX Switch Simulator, and this is the story behind the announcement. Read More

Sue GillespieSolutions

Keep your network simple, secure and ready for more

New Aruba CX 6100 access switches ideal for SMB and branch offices, delivers PoE for IoT. Read More

Episode 44: From Data Centers to Centers of Data with Aruba

The enterprise IT world is in the midst of a shift — from data centers to centers of data. Aruba product experts Steve Brar and William Choe join us to discuss causes, challenges, and solutions in this... Read More

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Gina RosenthalSolutions

What Makes a Smart City?

Smart city is always mentioned with 5G or the Edge. Are these buzzwords, or can smart cities connect the world? Read More

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Gina RosenthalSolutions

Edge Architectures Enable the Future

Edge architectures enable rapid technical and societal transformation. How can you prepare? Read More

Aruba MarketingSolutions

Top 7 requirements for a next-gen, edge-ready network

Take the first step toward modernization by exploring the seven key requirements to design and deploy a next-gen, edge-ready network. Read More

Aruba MarketingSolutions

5 facts that will make you rethink your network operations strategy

Current approaches to deploying and managing networks are outdated at best and dangerous at worst. Read More