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  Network Computing | Sneak Preview | Network Analysis | Valencia's Aruba Maps Out Strategic Network Monitoring | Full ...
You have a global network that spans several time zones, and you need to monitor the performance of this complex network from an operational point of view.
Aruba has a multitiered platform, with a GUI that is driven by a Java-enabled browser.
As your network grows and the number of devices monitored by Aruba increases, you have to maintain a device directory as you would with any other directory.
www.networkcomputing.com /1118/1118sp1.html   (1090 words)

  
  Aruba   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Aruba, island in the West Indies, in the Caribbean Sea, near the Paraguaná Peninsula of Venezuela.
Aruba's judiciary is comprised by the Court of First Instance and a court of appeal.
Aruba was inhabited by the Arawak peoples before the arrival of Europeans in the 15th century.
www.ovayonda.net /lodging/country/aw.html   (535 words)

  
 Aruba | Whitepaper | Rethinking Interior Security   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Aruba's architecture already fully-secures mobile wireless users: it is now possible to treat wired users in the same way, enforcing policies where wired access is a subset of wireless, offering a unified architecture and simpler administration.
The implication for network architecture is clear: wireless access cannot be treated as a pilot project or a separate network, but must be scalable and manageable, and must be integrated into the wired network to avoid the burden of managing two parallel networks.
Aruba's grid architecture allows these services to be centrally-located, which is much more cost-effective than distributing smaller servers around wiring closets: a centralized approach is much easier to scale, manage and upgrade (for instance with new virus definitions).
www.arubanetworks.com /technology/whitepapers/interiorsecurity/index.php?pg=5   (1140 words)

  
 Valencia Systems | What We Do | Product Overview | Aruba Suite   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Aruba collects operational statistics from these devices, such as bytes and frames received and transmitted, errors, utilization, congestion and availability, and produces clear, easy to understand Web-based reports that tell you exactly what's going on inside your network.
Aruba calculates a traffic baseline on all components, showing the peak, minimum and average traffic volumes experienced during the baseline period.
Aruba projects past utilization trends into the future and will tell you on what future date you can expect to cross configurable utilization thresholds, allowing you to prepare for growth before it starts to affect user response times.
www.valenciasystems.com /what_we_do/aruba_suite.htm   (764 words)

  
 Aruba boosts Wi-Fi security, remote mgmt. - Network World
Aruba Wireless Networks this week is scheduled to launch a fixed-configuration wireless LAN switch aimed at bringing advanced Wi-Fi management and security to branch offices, or expanding deployments throughout a larger company.
The Aruba 800 is a 12-port WLAN switch that could help customers deploy more-secure and better-managed 802.11-based infrastructures by providing centralized management and security policy enforcement for Wi-Fi access points.
Aruba says its 800-brand devices can be deployed in wiring closets and linked back to a central Aruba 5000 chassis through a proprietary tunneling protocol over the LAN.
www.networkworld.com /news/2003/1020aruba.html   (911 words)

  
 Technology News: Aruba Networks To Support Microsoft Network Security
Network Access Protection, a policy enforcement technology that is being built into Microsoft's Windows server operating system, provides a way for enterprises to ensure that clients accessing the network comply with pre-defined security policies.
Aruba remains the only provider of multi-layered security that protects the wired and wireless network, the data, the users, and now the end devices.
Aruba markets and manufactures a complete line of network mobility and security systems that include wireless LAN switches, grid controllers, grid and access points along with advanced grid control software applications.
www.wi-fitechnology.com /displayarticle1989.html   (924 words)

  
 Wireless Developer Network
Aruba's stateful firewall technology contains these threats by automatically identifying traffic and enforcing security polices that restrict where voice devices, and specific traffic from them, are allowed to go on the network.
Aruba's system is capable of triangulating an 802.11 signal to within five meters and visually depict the location of the RF source on a floor plan.
Aruba's thin APs have also been tested to support greater than 20 voice calls per 802.11b radio and deliver one of the highest call capacities of any AP in the industry.
www.wirelessdevnet.com /news/2004/apr/05/news8.html   (1157 words)

  
 Austin Based Network Logistic, Inc., Fully Certified on Aruba Product Line
Austin, TX (PRWEB) July 5, 2007 -- Aruba's Secure Enterprise Mesh technology, sold and installed by Network Logistic, Inc. (NLI) in Austin and San Antonio enables a converged data, voice, and video network to be deployed or expanded without installing any network wiring.
Aruba's Secure Enterprise Mesh is designed for business critical applications with an emphasis on security and reliability including mesh clusters for high availability and client-to-core security.
Aruba's advanced mobility architecture enables a new level of security, control and operational simplicity because it works over wireless and wire-line infrastructure with no changes to the network, no changes to the applications, and no additional tasks for end users.
www.prweb.com /releases/2007/7/prweb537544.htm   (516 words)

  
 Unstrung - Aruba Unwires N+I Network - Wireless Networking News Analysis
Aruba Networks Inc. is supplying a wireless LAN network for the Networld+Interop show in Las Vegas next month that will provide coverage across most of the conference center.
However, Aruba's network won't be open to the public attending the show, because the equipment from 802.11 switch contender is being used only to provide wireless access to the private network for staff and exhibitors.
Aruba's wireless LAN box (some call it a switch, some a smart media hub) connects up to "dumb" access points via Ethernet cabling and handles higher-level tasks such as access management, traffic monitoring, and security, all while sitting quietly in the wiring closet (see Aruba's Switch Pitch for more on Aruba's equipment).
www.unstrung.com /document.asp?doc_id=30366&site=unstrung   (695 words)

  
 IT Observer | Aruba Extends Wireless Grid Architecture To Secure Enterprise Networks Against Interior Security Threats
Aruba first introduced the grid architecture in the context of a wireless grid that delivers a high performance, multi-service wireless infrastructure solution by enabling a dense deployment of low cost, centrally controlled wireless grid points.
Aruba’s GPE is responsible for enforcing granular access controls based on a multi-layer decision process that uses a wide variety of metrics such as user identity, device identity, device state, resources requested, applications and network protocols being used, access location, time-of-day, and strength of the authentication method before granting access.
Aruba’s GPE allows corporations to build a regulatory and business compliance system where users are granted specific permissions to access network resources and applications and their network usage patterns can be audited at any time with advanced accounting and logging capabilities.
www.ebcvg.com /press.php?id=647   (1696 words)

  
 Network World: Aruba boosts Wi-Fi security, remote mgmt.
Aruba Wireless Networks this week is scheduled to launch a fixed-configuration wireless LAN switch aimed at bringing advanced Wi-Fi management and security to branch offices, or expanding deployments throughout a larger company.
The Aruba 800 is a 12-port WLAN switch that could help customers deploy more-secure and better-managed 802.11-based infrastructures by providing centralized management and security policy enforcement for Wi-Fi access points.
Aruba says its 800-brand devices can be deployed in wiring closets and linked back to a central Aruba 5000 chassis through a proprietary tunneling protocol over the LAN.
www.findarticles.com /p/articles/mi_qa3649/is_200310/ai_n9311050   (600 words)

  
 Tele-Service News: ARUBA WIRELESS NETWORK UNVEILS 2400 WI-FI SWITCHING SYSTEM.@ HighBeam Research   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
ARUBA WIRELESS NETWORK UNVEILS 2400 WI-FI SWITCHING SYSTEM.
Aruba Wireless Networks has unveiled the newest member of its Wi-Fi switching family, the Aruba 2400 Wi-Fi switching system, a mid-range, centralized Wi-Fi switch for dense building environments.
The Aruba 2400, ideally suited for medium-sized business Wi-Fi deployments such as regional headquarters or dense office buildings, complements the company's existing family of centralized Wi-Fi switching systems -- the Aruba 800 for branch office environments and the Aruba 5000 for large campus networks.
www.highbeam.com /library/doc0.asp?DOCID=1G1:111355017&refid=ip_encyclopedia_hf   (209 words)

  
 Aruba Wireless Networks Awarded a 2003 Best of Tests Winner by Network World   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Aruba Wireless Networks (Aruba) announced that its Aruba 5000 wireless LAN switching system been selected as a winner of Network World's 2003 Best of the Tests award in the wireless category.
Aruba's 5000 wireless LAN switching system was singled out as a "product that performed exceptionally well" in Network World labs tests performed by David Newman, president of Network Test, the Network World Test Alliance member who conducted the test of the Aruba gear.
"Aruba's security offerings were the most compelling, from its own VPN client, to the stateful firewall on its switch, to its ability to allocate bandwidth on a per-user basis," said David Newman of Network Test.
www.80216news.com /publications/page207-733819.asp   (635 words)

  
 Aruba announces beta trials of centralised 802.11i network - ZDNet UK News
Wireless network specialist Aruba is conducting field trials of what it claims is the first centralised installation of a secure wireless network based on the recently ratified 802.11i standard.
The 802.11i standard is designed to give wireless networking a boost as previous security measures, such as Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP), were easily broken by hackers, leaving many security-conscious IT managers wary about wireless networking.
Aruba has chosen to centralise the network's encryption process in a dedicated "encryption engine" rather than in individual access points -- as is the usual method.
news.zdnet.co.uk /communications/networks/0,39020345,39161212,00.htm   (361 words)

  
 New wireless LAN hardware options abound - Computerworld   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Meru Networks Inc. is unveiling a kind of super access point, packing into a single box up to 12 WLAN radios, all of which can operate at the same time.
Aruba Wireless Networks Inc. is offering what it dubs a personal access point, which you can take on the road or use at home, plug into any Ethernet port and tunnel securely to a corporate network over a WAN connection.
Aruba is introducing code that can run on its current access point products, turning them into what the San Jose-based WLAN vendor calls the Personal Access Point.
www.computerworld.com /printthis/2005/0,4814,101506,00.html   (1198 words)

  
 PrimeZone Media Network   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Network Installation Corp. is a total IT solutions provider which designs, installs and deploys the infrastructure for the transmission of data, voice and video through traditional networks as well as wireless networks and Wi-Fi solutions.
Aruba Wireless Networks is a privately-held data communications company that manufactures and markets high-performance wireless network switching systems (WLAN) for enterprises and "hot spot" service providers.
Aruba is credited with developing one of the first intelligent, high-performance WLAN switches that specifically addresses security and deployment problems that have inhibited the adoption of 802.11 (Wi-Fi) technology by large corporations.
www.primezone.com /pages/news_releases.mhtml?d=52186   (383 words)

  
 Network World: Aruba rethinks WLAN setups
Aruba Wireless Networks is unveiling products it says will turn enterprise wireless LAN costs inside out.
Aruba says the setup eliminates the high cost of wiring and installing access points in the spaces above hanging ceilings typically found in enterprise sites (installation charges commonly range from a few hundred dollars to as much as $1,000 per access point).
Aruba now will charge a yearly fee of $200 to cover each access point and its software and maintenance, whereas in the past, the vendor charged separately for each.
www.findarticles.com /p/articles/mi_qa3649/is_200408/ai_n9410070   (612 words)

  
 Aruba Country Guide - General Information - World Travel Guide Provided By Columbus Travel Publishing
GEOGRAPHY: Aruba is the smallest island in the Leeward group of the Dutch Caribbean islands, which also include Bonaire and Curaçao.
As the westernmost island of the group, Aruba is the final link in the long Antillean chain, lying 20km (12.5 miles) off the Venezuelan coast.
Press: The oldest established newspaper (in Dutch) is Amigoe di Aruba and the English-language papers are Aruba Today, and The News.
www.worldtravelguide.net /data/abw/abw.asp   (321 words)

  
 Techworld.com - Network security
Criminals are taking increasing advantage of Web 2.0 and social networking to attack companies, according to analyst Christian Christiansen, vice president for security products and services at IDC.
Storage networking is dead, long live information networking!
The continuing evolution of malware threats combined with the demand for increasingly flexible working practices is a significant challenge to IT departments seeking to reduce help desk support and get better value for money from their investment in security.
www.techworld.com /networking/network-security.cfm   (568 words)

  
 Aruba Networks :: Aruba Supports Microsoft Network Access Protection to Secure Network Infrastructure
With Network Access Protection Technologies, Aruba provides enterprises unprecedented security for their infrastructure that includes locking the air, locking the wire, encrypting the data and creating and enforcing security policies for each user or user group.
With Aruba's system, corporations can now create advanced and sophisticated networks and introduce new security measures that were once impossible to achieve with traditional networking components.
Aruba markets and manufactures a complete line of fixed and modular mobility controllers, wired and wireless access points and advanced mobility software.
sev.prnewswire.com /computer-electronics/20050331/SFW04930032005-1.html   (612 words)

  
 The Weather Network · Traveller's Info · Aruba   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Aruba is one of six islands in the Caribbean Sea that make up the Netherlands Antilles, the others being Curacao, Bonaire, St. Maarten, Saba and St. Eustatius.
Annual daytime highs in Aruba range from 24 to 29 degrees Celsius, with May to October typically being the hottest period of the year.
Aruba lies outside of the traditional hurricane belt, but the island can be hit by associated winds and rains during the Atlantic hurricane season, which runs from June 1 to November 30.
www.theweathernetwork.com /features/travellers/pages/ANXX0003.htm   (207 words)

  
 Wireless Developer Network
Aruba's Wi-Fi innovations let enterprises, for the first time, securely extend their 802.1X framework for wireless networks across the Internet using IPSEC, securely connect wired and wireless users through the industry's first hybrid grid point and see changes to their RF environment in real time.
Aruba's grid architecture is a popular new approach to delivering and centrally managing wireless, security and mobility services to wired and wireless users without disrupting current enterprise IP networks.
Aruba's remote AP technology is available on the Aruba 60 and 70 series of grid points.
www.wirelessdevnet.com /news/2005/jan/17/news2.html   (906 words)

  
 Microsoft to Use Aruba Gear in Massive Wireless Network
Aruba officials made a point Monday of saying that their gear will integrate with NAP.
Aruba officials said Aruba won the majority of the independent technical tests that Microsoft commissioned from multiple labs.
While Aruba has offered network management capabilities in the past on its other switches, this will be a separate box with its own hard drive.
www.eweek.com /article2/0,1759,1827692,00.asp   (1081 words)

  
 Aruba Wireless Networks :: Aruba Delivers the Industry's First Network-Based On-Demand Security Solution
With Aruba's client integrity module, when a guest or unmanaged device attempts to connect to the network, Aruba's mobility controller can automatically serve a non-intrusive agent directly to the client.
"Aruba is leveraging the powerful stateful policy engine inside their system with best-of-breed client integrity software to add value to enterprises looking to solve a real problem without having to deploy a separate system or install software on clients they don't control," said Aaron Vance, senior analyst at Synergy Research Group.
Aruba's client integrity module, available immediately as part of the ArubaOS suite of mobility software, is priced starting at $500 per mobility controller.
sev.prnewswire.com /computer-electronics/20050606/SFM03706062005-1.html   (659 words)

  
 Top WLAN Gear | Wireless LAN Battle Plan | February 17, 2005 | Network Computing
In December, Chantry Networks agreed to be acquired by Siemens for a reported $80 million, and ReefEdge Networks, a wireless access-point gateway vendor, shifted focus, laying off many people in the process.
Aruba's 5000-series switch is certified with its 52 AP (not provided for this review).
Aruba and Airespace integrate these services on their platforms; both have partnered with other vendors to provide client integrity checking and application-based NAC (network access control): Airespace works with InfoExpress and Zone Labs (a Check Point company), while Aruba partners with Fortinet, Sygate and Zone Labs.
www.nwc.com /showitem.jhtml?docid=1603f2   (1471 words)

  
 PR Newswire : Aruba Wireless Networks Named a Top 10 Startup to Watch by Network World Magazine. @ HighBeam Research   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Aruba Wireless Networks Named a Top 10 Startup to Watch by Network World Magazine.
SAN JOSE, Calif. -- SAN JOSE, Calif., April 21 /PRNewswire/ -- Aruba Wireless Networks today was named one of ten "Startups to Watch" by Network World Magazine, one of the networking industry's premier publications published by the International Data Group.
The only wireless LAN switching vendor named, Aruba Wireless Networks was selected based on innovations made by the company in the area of new 802.11 switching technology.
static.highbeam.com /p/prnewswire/april212003/arubawirelessnetworksnamedatop10startuptowatchbyne   (261 words)

  
 i-Newswire.com - Press Release And News Distribution - Aruba Delivers The Industry's First Network-Based On-Demand ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
"Aruba is leveraging their stateful policy engine inside its system with best-of-breed client integrity software to add value to enterprises looking to solve a real problem without having to deploy a separate system or install software on clients they don't control," said Aaron Vance, senior analyst at Synergy Research Group.
Increasingly organisations are being forced to provide network access to unmanaged devices, such as laptops carried by guests or contractors or personal laptops or PDAs carried by students.
Aruba's on-demand protection solves these problems by ensuring compliance with security policies to prevent unauthorised data transfer and protect confidential information by working with Aruba's mobility controllers to automatically enforce integrity checks that are performed on suspect clients.
i-newswire.com /pr24269.html   (959 words)

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