Aruba Networks Wireless WAN Overview

Aruba Networks Wireless WAN is the #2 ranked solution in our list of top Wireless WAN tools. It is most often compared to Ubiquiti Wireless: Aruba Networks Wireless WAN vs Ubiquiti Wireless

What is Aruba Networks Wireless WAN?
Aruba Networks Wireless WAN enables communication anywhere people work. It supports BYO-everything and does it securely and reliably. And it makes life simpler for IT with automation and centralized management.
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The Pittsburgh Golf Club, Rio Rancho Public Schools, Amwaj Rotana - Jumeirah Beach Residence - Dubai, Trevecca Nazarene University
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Information Technology Network Manager at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Vendor-agnostic solution which is both stable and secure

What is our primary use case?

For campus installations, student residences, universities, and small community enterprises. The performance is excellent.

Pros and Cons

  • "It integrates with the Aruba portfolio very easily, and it's a vendor-agnostic solution, and that's brilliant."

    What other advice do I have?

    Approach HPE for Aruba. Also, stick with a technical team of consultants to design it and then go the market with a solution from HPE and get the value added reseller to do the necessary work. I would rate Aruba at nine out of 10. There are always things that can be improved. But generally, out of the whole portfolio of solutions, Aruba stands out very much.
    Networking Sales Specialist at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
    Ease of installation leads to cost savings

    What other advice do I have?

    They need to look at the scalability. How easy it is to set up for them, because there are actual software features that you get with Aruba that you don't get with the other vendors like location aware and guest access management. Those are the kind of things that Aruba does much better than the likes of Meraki. On top of that, Ruckus, as a company, is not that stable because they've been bought and sold about two or three in the last few years.
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    Data Centre Technician at a retailer with 10,001+ employees
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    Still offering us the solution we need but unhappy with the new controller upgrades
    You have to ask yourself why when a company is solid secure and doing well do they choose to upset their customers by saying that the last refresh of controllers are going end of life and the new controllers will not be able to talk to the old ones as they will no longer be supporting security upgrades to any of the older controllers.  As they are still on the expensive side and much better systems like the Cisco Meraki are available now, why would you "cut your nose off to spite your face".  We have just heavily invested in 2014 in expanding our network to ensure one access point is shared by no more than 15 users, so why now would we want to replace the whole sites WIFI again so we can remain security compliant.  This is poor show and I expect other less cash rich companies will have to…
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