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Networking Sales Specialist at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
Aug 20 2017

What do you think of Aruba Networks Wireless WAN?

Valuable Features Ease of installation. • Improvements to My Organization We've got a remote site. We can only ship an access point to them and a zero touch provisioning, so we don't need an IT person on the other side. This saves us a lot of money. • Room for Improvement The management software. The graphical user interface could do with some improvement, a bit of decluttering. • Use of Solution Three years. • Stability Issues No, not at all. It's very stable. The benefit of Aruba over Meraki is that even with the management software (subscription based) if you don't pay your subscription, the software still work. It's good that the wireless access points still work, unlike with Meraki. • Scalability Issues Yeah, it's normal. The instant access points...
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Senior Network Engineer/Mobility Specialist at CCSI - Contemporary Computer Services, Inc.
Jun 26 2017

What do you think of Motorola Wireless WAN?

Valuable Features Motorola has solid RF experience for longer than any other vendor. • Improvements to My Organization These are great for hospitals as the main hospital is usually the hub of many smaller buildings and also the tallest building in the neighborhood. This is an ideal scenario for P2P or PTMP wireless. • Room for Improvement The documentation is lacking and they need to work on it. Motorola seems to have less documentation than competitors and less of it readily available online . • Use of Solution I've used it for over 10 years, although the product has changed. • Deployment Issues We've had no issues with the deployment. • Stability Issues The reliability has to do with how often an RF link will go down, and this almost never happens in my...

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