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#ATM16
Campus Switching:
Product Strategy & Overview
March 8, 2016
Atmosphere 2016
– Mark Thompson, Director, Campus Switc...
2#ATM16
Agenda
1 Campus Switching Strategy
ArubaOS-Switch
3
Deployment models4
HPE Smart Rate5
Product overview
2
3#ATM16
Portfolio branding
OfficeConnect
Wired & wireless
networks for small
businesses
• 1900, 1800, 1600,
1400 switch se...
4#ATM16
The Mobile-First Campus
–Assured User Experience
–Optimized for Mobile Apps
–Unified Policy Enforcement
Open Enhan...
5#ATM16
Why HPE Aruba for Campus Switching?
–Technology Leadership:
– High Performance, Unique ASIC functionality
– Smart ...
6#ATM16
− Advanced Layer 3
− 24 or 48 port Gig
− Smart Rate multi-gigabit
Ethernet
− Wire speed 40GbE
− PoE+ models
− Modu...
7#ATM16
Introducing re-branded Aruba Switches
New brand
 Aruba 2530 Switch Series
 Aruba 2920 Switch Series
 Aruba 5400...
8#ATM16
ProVision/Aruba & FlexNetwork Access Switches
Campus Switching Limited Lifetime Warranty
Hardware Warranty
Replace...
9#ATM16
Driving Migration From Aruba MAS Portfolio
Aruba 3810M
Advanced L3 stackable, 10GbE
uplinks
S2500
L3 stackable,
10...
10#ATM16
HPE Networking Campus SDN Solutions
–Optimizer–Protector –Visualizer
– DNS inspection and
Quarantine
– IPS at the...
11#ATM16
HPE FlexNetwork switch portfolio
IMC single-pane-of-glass
management
Traditional enterprise switching for the cam...
12#ATM16
Agenda
1 Campus Switching Strategy
ArubaOS-Switch
3
Deployment models4
HPE Smart Rate5
Product overview
2
13#ATM16
ArubaOS-Switch
− New name for the switch software
− Built on 30+ years of networking
experience
− Commitment to i...
14#ATM16
15.xx 16.01 Future
AirWave
support
• Discover switches
• Basic switch monitoring
• ZTP (DHCP/no IPSec)
• Template...
15#ATM16
AirWave Support: DHCP-based ZTP (16.01)
1. Configure DHCP server
- add HPE VCI
- add AirWave info
2. After boot u...
16#ATM16
AirWave Support: Activate-based ZTP (Future)
1. After boot up, switches
will automatically contact
Activate
2. Ac...
17#ATM16
Tunneled Node (Future)
9/11/2015HP Confidential: HP Internal Only HPN PD Checkpoint v1.1 - AirPort17
• Single pol...
18#ATM16
SDN Controller
QoS App
New processing steps created dynamically to
support new apps based on instruction from the...
19#ATM16
SDN Support: ASIC Foundation
• Gen6 ASICs are in 5400R v3 modules and 3810
What will it doWhat is new
• Provide p...
20#ATM16
SDN Support: ASIC Foundation
What will it do?What is it?
• Enable innovative security apps
• Enable triggers base...
21#ATM16
Enterprise features
Aruba 7200
Mobility Controller
5400R
Aruba 7200
Mobility Controller
3810/2920
Aruba 802.11ac
...
22#ATM16
Total Cost of Ownership
Design for ease of operation
− Deployment, configuration, operation
− Open standard
No hi...
23#ATM16
Agenda
1 Introduction
ArubaOS-Switch
3
Deployment models4
HPE Smart Rate5
Product overview
2
24#ATM16
Aruba 5400R Switch Series
Accelerating the most productive workplace
Performance, power, and resiliency for the m...
25#ATM16
Aruba 3810 Switch Series
Accelerating the most productive workplace
Performance, power, and resiliency for the mo...
26#ATM16
Aruba 2920 Switch Series
Accelerating the most productive workplace
Performance, power, and resiliency for the mo...
27#ATM16
Aruba 2530 Switch Series
Accelerating the most productive workplace
Performance, power, and resiliency for the mo...
28#ATM16
Agenda
1 Introduction
ArubaOS-Switch
3
Deployment models4
HPE Smart Rate5
Product overview
2
29#ATM16
Large enterprise campus with HPE Smart Rate access
Aruba 7200
Mobility Controllers
HPE FlexNetwork 10500
switches...
30#ATM16
Medium enterprise campus
Aruba 7200
Mobility Controller
Aruba 5400R chassis
(or Aruba 3810
stacking) Aruba 7200
M...
31#ATM16
Large enterprise campus
Aruba 7200
Mobility Controllers
HPE FlexNetwork 10500
switches
Aruba 7200
Mobility Contro...
32#ATM16
Agenda
1 Introduction
ArubaOS-Switch
3
Deployment models4
HPE Smart Rate5
Product overview
2
33#ATM16
1.3 Gbps
Up to
Problem: Back haul is typically 1GbE
twisted pair. More wireless first clients,
media rich files w...
34#ATM16
Campus Infrastructure Evolution
802.11n
802.11ac
Wave 2
1G 10G
WLAN Wired
Edge
Core
2.5 / 5G 40G
MU-MIMO
80/160MH...
35#ATM16
HPE Smart Rate Feature Customer Benefit
Multi-rate 1 Gbps, 2.5 Gbps, 5 Gbps and 10 Gbps
with auto negotiation on ...
36#ATM16
Source: Gartner Magic Quadrant for the Wired and Wireless LAN Access Infrastructure September 2015. Tim Zimmerman...
37#ATM16
Join Aruba’s Titans of Tomorrow
force in the fight against network
mayhem. Find out what your
IT superpower is.
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Overview of Major Aruba Switching Features incl. Smart Rate for Multi-Gig Ports

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Overview of Major Aruba Switching Features incl. Smart Rate for Multi-Gig Ports

  1. 1. #ATM16 Campus Switching: Product Strategy & Overview March 8, 2016 Atmosphere 2016 – Mark Thompson, Director, Campus Switching PLM – Kai Chang, PLM Campus Switch Software
  2. 2. 2#ATM16 Agenda 1 Campus Switching Strategy ArubaOS-Switch 3 Deployment models4 HPE Smart Rate5 Product overview 2
  3. 3. 3#ATM16 Portfolio branding OfficeConnect Wired & wireless networks for small businesses • 1900, 1800, 1600, 1400 switch series • Small business APs • R100 wireless VPN router series Small BusinessCampus & Branch Aruba Mobile-first enterprise networks for campus, branch & remote • APs & Beacons • Controllers, SDN Apps • 5400R, 3810, 2920, 2530, 10500 • ClearPass, Meridian, ALE AirWave, Central FlexNetwork Traditional enterprise routing / switching at the campus & branch • 10500, 7500 • 5500, 5100 • MSR 900, 1/2/3/4K • HSR 66/6800 • VSR 1000 IMC Web GUI
  4. 4. 4#ATM16 The Mobile-First Campus –Assured User Experience –Optimized for Mobile Apps –Unified Policy Enforcement Open Enhanced Platform Manage- ment Policy model Access mgmt SDN Applications (HP, 3rd party) Core Switching Access Switching Wireless Access Wireless Controller Distribution Switching IP Network SDN Controller
  5. 5. 5#ATM16 Why HPE Aruba for Campus Switching? –Technology Leadership: – High Performance, Unique ASIC functionality – Smart Rate/POE+ density –SDN Innovation: – Enabled as an option (SDN as optional dual-mode Overlay) – Pre-packaged Campus apps, 3rd party ecosystem –Wired/wireless Integration: – AirWave, ClearPass, Activate, Central – MAS feature Integration –Cost of Ownership: – License-free SW, free Upgrades – Open standards – Limited Lifetime warranties (access portfolio)
  6. 6. 6#ATM16 − Advanced Layer 3 − 24 or 48 port Gig − Smart Rate multi-gigabit Ethernet − Wire speed 40GbE − PoE+ models − Modular uplinks − Redundant power − 10 unit stacking − OpenFlow − Advanced Layer 3 − 6 and 12- slot compact chassis − Smart Rate multi- gigabit Ethernet − Wire speed 40GbE − Redundant mgmt. and power − 96 10GbE ports, 288 1 GbE ports − 288 ports full PoE+ capable − OpenFlow − 4, 8 and 12-slot chassis − 40GbE (up to 96 ports) − 100GbE (up to 24 ports) − Scalability with 576 10GbE or 1GbE ports − 4 chassis IRF technology − Advanced L2, full L3 features & IPv6/MPLS functionality − 11 Tbps switching capacity − Comware 7 5400R − Basic Layer 3 with static & RIP routing − 24, 48 ports Gig − PoE+ models − Stacking − Redundant power − Modular 10GbE uplinks − OpenFlow − Layer 2 − 8, 24 or 48 ports with 10/100 or Gig − sFlow, ACLs, IPv6 − Fanless & compact models − Models with 10GbE uplinks − PoE+ models 3810 FlexNetwork 10500 2530 2920 Functionality Price/performance Aruba mobile-first switch portfolio
  7. 7. 7#ATM16 Introducing re-branded Aruba Switches New brand  Aruba 2530 Switch Series  Aruba 2920 Switch Series  Aruba 5400R zl2 Switch Series New look – new color and logo Same functionality Same J number Same OS with new name  ArubaOS-Switch December 1 launch with shipments in Q2 Aruba 5400R zl2 Switch Series Aruba 2530 Switch Series
  8. 8. 8#ATM16 ProVision/Aruba & FlexNetwork Access Switches Campus Switching Limited Lifetime Warranty Hardware Warranty Replacements Software Updates Phone Support (Best Effort, Product Conformance) Original Owner Lifetime NBD Shipment Posted Releases 24 x 7 for 90 Days 8x5 for Lifetime
  9. 9. 9#ATM16 Driving Migration From Aruba MAS Portfolio Aruba 3810M Advanced L3 stackable, 10GbE uplinks S2500 L3 stackable, 10GbE uplinks HPE Aruba SwitchesAruba MAS S1500 L3, GbE uplinks Aruba 2920 Basic L3 stackable, HA, 10GbE uplinks Aruba 2530 Layer 2, GbE uplinks S3500 L3 stackable, HA, 10GbE uplinks
  10. 10. 10#ATM16 HPE Networking Campus SDN Solutions –Optimizer–Protector –Visualizer – DNS inspection and Quarantine – IPS at the access Edge – Sensors and Actions – Quarantine API – MS Lync VoIP application driven QoS – Role based Call Preemption – Static QoS Policy Deployment – Flow Based QoS API – Quick access to network traffic – User, Device and Application traffic selection – Traffic copy API – Flow Path Tracking
  11. 11. 11#ATM16 HPE FlexNetwork switch portfolio IMC single-pane-of-glass management Traditional enterprise switching for the campus & branch − Basic Layer 3 with static & RIP routing − 24 or 48 port models − PoE+ models − 4 fixed 10GbE uplinks − Redundant power − EEE − 9-chassis IRF − OpenFlow − Comware 7 − New 10GBT price (Jan 15% lower) − Basic Layer 3 with Static & RIP Routing − 24 or 48 port models − Full 48 Port PoE+ − Dual Redundant PS − Fixed and modular 10GbE uplinks − 9-chassis IRF − MACsec support − EEE − OpenFlow − Comware 7 − Advanced Layer 3 − 24 or 48 port models − Enhanced MPLS/VPLS support − Full 48 Port PoE+ − Dual Redundant PS − 9 chassis IRF − Fixed and modular 10GbE uplinks − MACsec support − EEE − OpenFlow − Comware 7 5130 HI 5130 EI 5510 HI − Layer 2 plus static routing − New 8 port switches − 24 or 48 port models − PoE+ models − Comware 5 5120 SI − 2-, 3-, 6-, and 10-slot chassis − 84 10GbE ports, 480 1GbE ports, up to 40 40GbE ports − High-density PoE+ − Full L3 features & IPv6/MPLS − 4-chassis IRF technology − Complete L2 and extensive Routing features , IPv6, and MPLS − Comware 7 − 4-, 8-, and 12-slot chassis − 40GbE (up to 96 ports) − 100GbE (up to 24 ports) − Scalability with 576 10GbE or 1 GbE ports − 4-chassis IRF technology − Advanced L2, full L3 features & IPv6/MPLS functionality − 11 Tbps switching capacity − Comware 7/V5 Parity 10500 7500 All Specifications Subject to change without notice Copyright 2015. Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company. All rights reserved.
  12. 12. 12#ATM16 Agenda 1 Campus Switching Strategy ArubaOS-Switch 3 Deployment models4 HPE Smart Rate5 Product overview 2
  13. 13. 13#ATM16 ArubaOS-Switch − New name for the switch software − Built on 30+ years of networking experience − Commitment to innovations − Dedicated to quality and continual improvements Mobile First Total Cost of Ownership SDN Support Enterprise Features ArubaOS-Switch
  14. 14. 14#ATM16 15.xx 16.01 Future AirWave support • Discover switches • Basic switch monitoring • ZTP (DHCP/no IPSec) • Template-based configuration/mgmt • Firmware Upgrade • ZTP (DHCP/IPsec, Activate) • Full configuration/mgmt Activate support • ZTP (Airwave/Central) • Firmware Distribution ClearPass support • RADIUS/TACACS+, • 802.1x, MAC Auth, Int. Captive Portal • Dynamic VLAN / ACL / CoS / Rate-Limiting Attrib. • CoA & Disconnect • Ext. Captive Portal Redirect to ClearPass using “server- initiated” framework • CoA Initiated Port Bounce • QoS/Rate Limit per user or traffic type • Per user metering Other MAS features • User View CLI command • Rogue AP detection (IAP) • Device Profile (set VLAN, PoE priority/max power, CoS) • Local User Roles • Tunneled Node* • Static IP User Visibility • Trust QoS Central • 2920, 2530 support • ZTP • Full configuration/mgmt Aruba Integration Switch Software Summary * The features above are for 5400R, 3800, 3810, 2920, 2620 (no Tunneled Node), and 2530 (no Tunneled Node); see note for others.
  15. 15. 15#ATM16 AirWave Support: DHCP-based ZTP (16.01) 1. Configure DHCP server - add HPE VCI - add AirWave info 2. After boot up, switches will get info from DHCP and contact AirWave 3. AirWave will then download config to switch Aruba Central ClearPass Internet Aruba Switch Switch being provisioned Switch being provisioned Switch being provisioned Controller 1 1 1 3 2 2
  16. 16. 16#ATM16 AirWave Support: Activate-based ZTP (Future) 1. After boot up, switches will automatically contact Activate 2. Activate can be configured for ZTP either from Airwave 3. or cloud-based management Central Aruba Central ClearPass Internet Aruba Switch Switch being provisioned Switch being provisioned Switch being provisioned Controller 1 2 3
  17. 17. 17#ATM16 Tunneled Node (Future) 9/11/2015HP Confidential: HP Internal Only HPN PD Checkpoint v1.1 - AirPort17 • Single policy for WLAN and wired • Role-based policy enforcement at Mobility Controller • Tunnel traffic requiring increased security • User-based • Redundant Mobility Controller Support LAN Core Mobility Controller AirWave Management Platform ClearPass Policy Manager Tunnel from switch ArubaOS- Switch Access Point
  18. 18. 18#ATM16 SDN Controller QoS App New processing steps created dynamically to support new apps based on instruction from the controllers Security App Existing App New QoS app New Security app Existing supported SDN application SDN Controller Switch cannot support new apps Switch cannot support new apps Existing App New QoS app New Security app Existing supported SDN application Switch with Gen6 ASIC Other switches SDN Support: Programmability Differentiator Cannot support new SDN applications until the switch software is updated to contain specific processing Existing processing steps Dynamically created processing steps Dynamically created processing steps Existing processing steps
  19. 19. 19#ATM16 SDN Support: ASIC Foundation • Gen6 ASICs are in 5400R v3 modules and 3810 What will it doWhat is new • Provide programming capability in hardware • Allow new high-performance network features and protocols to be added in future • Unique capabilities to enable current and future SDN applications • Result in superior investment protection • Advanced Packet Processors and Packet Modifier • Array of 10 network processors capable of parallel operations • Capable of running programs to process packets and change forwarding decisions • Dedicated resources: lookup tables, hash tables, TCAM, counters, meters All Specifications subject to change without notice
  20. 20. 20#ATM16 SDN Support: ASIC Foundation What will it do?What is it? • Enable innovative security apps • Enable triggers based on signature* • Pre-filtering* of traffic before sending to IPS for more detailed inspection • Cost-effectively extend security perimeter closer to network users • Pattern Match Engine • Scan for information in specific packet or entire packet flow • Wire-speed and support multiple parallel operations • Matched packets can be sent to Advanced Packet Processor for further processing All Specifications subject to change without notice * Requires future security application software
  21. 21. 21#ATM16 Enterprise features Aruba 7200 Mobility Controller 5400R Aruba 7200 Mobility Controller 3810/2920 Aruba 802.11ac APs High Availability VSF (Virtual Switching Framework) Nonstop Switching & Routing Redundant mgmt, hot swappable Smart Link Uplink Failure Detection VRRP L2/L3 Routing VxLAN Static, RIP, OSPF v2/v3, BGPv4 Policy-based Routing (PBR) PIM SM/DM Unified Comm & Collaboration IGMPv3/MLDv2, LLDP-MED Auto VLAN config for voice QoS Classifier-based QoS Guarantee Min BW Strict Priority Queuing Security ACL, Private VLAN MAC-based VLAN, MACsec .1X/MAC/Web Auth BPDU protection STP root guard DHCP protection/snooping Dynamic IP lockdown
  22. 22. 22#ATM16 Total Cost of Ownership Design for ease of operation − Deployment, configuration, operation − Open standard No hidden costs − Delivered with all features − No additional licenses − Includes software upgrades NO additional network OS license
  23. 23. 23#ATM16 Agenda 1 Introduction ArubaOS-Switch 3 Deployment models4 HPE Smart Rate5 Product overview 2
  24. 24. 24#ATM16 Aruba 5400R Switch Series Accelerating the most productive workplace Performance, power, and resiliency for the mobile-first campus More throughput performance1 for a superior user experience • Industry leading mobile campus access solution with HPE Smart Rate for high speed connectivity and bandwidth demanded by next generation 802.11 ac devices. • Aruba ProVision ASIC delivers high performance campus switching with future proof programmability and leading edge SDN applications. • Powerful 2 Tbps backplane with low 2.1 us latency. • Resilient with redundant management and power to maximize uptime. • Scalable line rate 40GbE for wireless traffic aggregation. 4.8x 1 Datasheet comparison with HP 5400R v3 and Cisco Catalyst 4507R+E 2 Tolly Test Report #214144 Dec. 2014 Lower L2 latency2 for a more reliable user experience48% Lower TCO2 with HPE Limited Lifetime Warranty27%
  25. 25. 25#ATM16 Aruba 3810 Switch Series Accelerating the most productive workplace Performance, power, and resiliency for the mobile-first campus More switching throughput1 − Powerful Aruba Layer 3 switch series with backplane stacking, low latency and resiliency for a better mobile-first campus experience. − ProVision ASIC delivers high performance campus switching with future proof programmability and leading edge SDN applications − HPE Smart Rate for high speed connectivity and bandwidth demanded by next generation 802.11 ac devices − Scalable line rate 40GbE for wireless traffic aggregation 45% 1 Datasheet comparison of Aruba 3810 versus Cisco 3850 More line rate1 40GbE2.2x 10GbE, 40GbE and HPE Smart Rate
  26. 26. 26#ATM16 Aruba 2920 Switch Series Accelerating the most productive workplace Performance, power, and resiliency for the mobile-first campus More PoE+ power • Fully managed basic layer 3 campus access switches with scalable, reliable and energy efficient connectivity • Modular 10GbE stacking for pay as you grow economics • Up to 1440W of PoE+ power • Energy savings with Energy Efficient Ethernet and Silver rated PSUs • OpenFlow support for leading edge SDN applications 2x 1 Datasheet comparison with HP 2920 and Cisco Catalyst 2960-X LAN Base Switch 2 U.S. list price comparison with HP 2920 (J9727A) and Cisco Catalyst 2960-X LAN Base Switch (WS-C2960X-24PS-L with 3 years CON-SNT-WSC224SL) More 10GbE ports 2x savings2 40%
  27. 27. 27#ATM16 Aruba 2530 Switch Series Accelerating the most productive workplace Performance, power, and resiliency for the mobile-first campus • Fully managed layer 2 campus access switches with right size deployment with choice of 8-, 24-, 48- port 10/100 and Gigabit switches • Affordable optional 10GbE uplinks for bandwidth intensive applications • Up to 370W of PoE+ power for phones, cameras and wireless APs • Energy savings with Energy Efficient Ethernet, quiet fanless models and low power mode settings • Industry leading warranty and no software licensing More energy efficient1 Savings2 70% 10GbE 41%Uplinks 1 Miercom Results (March 2013) for the HP 2530-48G Switch 2 U.S. List Pricing compare of HP 2530-48G vs. WS-C2960X-48TS-LL and 2530-48 : HP 2530-48G-2SFP+ Switch vs. Cisco Catalyst 2960X-48TD-L http://www.cisco.com/web/strategy/government/mississippi/docs/2013_12_17_switches_equip_price_list.pdf (Jan 2015)
  28. 28. 28#ATM16 Agenda 1 Introduction ArubaOS-Switch 3 Deployment models4 HPE Smart Rate5 Product overview 2
  29. 29. 29#ATM16 Large enterprise campus with HPE Smart Rate access Aruba 7200 Mobility Controllers HPE FlexNetwork 10500 switches Aruba 7200 Mobility Controllers Aruba 3810 Switch stacks Aruba 5400R switches Aruba 802.11ac APs
  30. 30. 30#ATM16 Medium enterprise campus Aruba 7200 Mobility Controller Aruba 5400R chassis (or Aruba 3810 stacking) Aruba 7200 Mobility Controller Aruba 2920 Switch stacks Aruba 802.11ac APs
  31. 31. 31#ATM16 Large enterprise campus Aruba 7200 Mobility Controllers HPE FlexNetwork 10500 switches Aruba 7200 Mobility Controllers Aruba 5400R Switch stacks with VSF Aruba 2920 Switch stacks Aruba 802.11ac APs
  32. 32. 32#ATM16 Agenda 1 Introduction ArubaOS-Switch 3 Deployment models4 HPE Smart Rate5 Product overview 2
  33. 33. 33#ATM16 1.3 Gbps Up to Problem: Back haul is typically 1GbE twisted pair. More wireless first clients, media rich files working from the cloud require more bandwidth. 1.3 to 6.9 Gbps Up to 802.11ac Wave 2 now Problem: 1GbE links no longer viable. More than 2G of traffic will require 10GbE link but most infrastructures do not supply it. Costs are high to build out. 802.11ac Wave 2 future 802.11ac expected throughput and bandwidth limitations
  34. 34. 34#ATM16 Campus Infrastructure Evolution 802.11n 802.11ac Wave 2 1G 10G WLAN Wired Edge Core 2.5 / 5G 40G MU-MIMO 80/160MHz Performance TCO Performance Programmable ASIC SmartRate TCO Flexibility Manageability Performance TCO HPE Aruba leadership:
  35. 35. 35#ATM16 HPE Smart Rate Feature Customer Benefit Multi-rate 1 Gbps, 2.5 Gbps, 5 Gbps and 10 Gbps with auto negotiation on a single port with support for operation over twisted-pair cabling. Provides customers the ability to absorb additional bandwidth required by the increasing demand in the mobile campus now an in the future. Higher-speed Ethernet on existing cabling infrastructure Provides the customer with the ability to utilize existing cabling infrastructure while providing added bandwidth to emerging data intensive access applications. Uplink at 5G over cat 5e or better. IEEE 802.3 compliant 1 Gbps and 10 Gbps modes interoperate with existing 1 Gbps and 10 Gbps ports. Investment protection in existing switch to switch infrastructure while providing the flexibility to move to 2.5 Gbps or 5 Gbps when needed. MACsec enabled on all HPE Smart Rate ports. Provides the customer industry standard secure link-level encryption between two points of their twisted pair links. IEEE 802.3 compliant 30W Power over Ethernet on all link speeds Allows the customer to continue to power existing and future access points and accessories regardless of their bandwidth and link speed requirement. Features and benefits of HPE Smart Rate
  36. 36. 36#ATM16 Source: Gartner Magic Quadrant for the Wired and Wireless LAN Access Infrastructure September 2015. Tim Zimmerman, Bill Menezes, Andrew Lerner, ID Number: G00277052 This Magic Quadrant graphic was published by Gartner Inc. as part of a larger research note and should be evaluated in the context of the entire report. The Gartner report is available upon request from HP. The Magic Quadrant is a graphical representation of a marketplace at and for a specific time period. It depicts Gartner's analysis of how certain vendors measure against criteria for that marketplace, as defined by Gartner. Gartner does not endorse any vendor, product or service depicted in the Magic Quadrant, and does not advise technology users to select only those vendors placed in the "Leaders" quadrant. The Magic Quadrant is intended solely as a research tool, and is not meant to be a specific guide to action. Gartner disclaims all warranties, express or implied, with respect to this research, including any warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. HPE and Aruba…Better Together “Clients globally should consider HP Aruba for all wired / WLAN access layer opportunities.” Gartner MQ for Wired and Wireless LAN Access Infrastructure, August 2015 Leader in campus networks
  37. 37. 37#ATM16 Join Aruba’s Titans of Tomorrow force in the fight against network mayhem. Find out what your IT superpower is. Share your results with friends and receive a free superpower t-shirt. www.arubatitans.com
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