Aruba wireless solutions from LEVER deliver industry-leading wireless Mobility, Performance, Security and Dependability for wireless Offices, Enterprises, Education and Healthcare
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The Aruba 6000 Mobility Controller is the most scalable modular controller in the Aruba wireless range, designed for corporate headquarters and large campus deployments. The Aruba 6000 wireless controller features 10-Gigabit Ethernet connections and can aggregate up to 4,096 remote and 2,048 Aruba wireless access points in a single modular chassis.
Aruba 3000 series Mobility Controllers are a family of three fully-featured controllers able to aggregate up to 32, 64, 128 campus APs, and 128, 256, 512 Aruba Remote Access Points (RAPs) respectively. The Aruba 3000 controller is designed for mid-size to large-scale Aruba wirless network deployments, and has Gigabit Ethernet connectivity. Aruba 300 controllers can easily be deployed as an overlay without any disruption to the existing wired network.
Aruba 600 series Mobility Controllers are designed for small branch offices with up to 512 users. The Aruba 600 controller family offers a range of WAN connectivity, network-attached storage, Gigabit Ethernet, Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) and USB options. An 802.11n Wi-Fi radio is also included in the package.
Aruba Wireless Controllers running the ArubaOS operating system support a range of software applications – including per-user stateful firewalls, VPN client termination, voice aware services, and wireless intrusion prevention in a single appliance.
Aruba AP-124 and AP-125 wireless access points are indoor 802.11n APs designed for maximum flexibility in high-density environments that require above-ceiling or enclosure-based installations.
Aruba AP-124 and AP-125 APs' multifunction dual-radio 802.11a/b/g/n AP with 3x3 MIMO deliver high-capacity, dual-band WLAN coverage with multiple antenna options, Ethernet pass-through, mesh and sensor capabilities; or can operate as a Remote AP.
Aruba AP-120 and AP-121 access points are similar to the Aruba AP-124 and AP-125, except that they are single-radio APs, designed for use in low-density environments.
Aruba AP-105 is classed an an "affordable" indoor 802.11a/b/g/n AP with 2x2 MIMO, dual-radio, dual-band AP for high-density deployments in offices, hospitals, schools and retail stores.
In addition to providing Wi-Fi client access, multifunctional Aruba 802.11n APs perform spectrum analysis for non-802.11 noise classification, air monitoring for wireless security, and operate as Remote APs (RAPs) and secure enterprise mesh APs. Aruba APs employ Trusted Platform Modules (TPM) to store sensitive information for enterprise-grade security for distributed forwarding applications at the campus or branch.
The Aruba AP-92 and AP-93 are entry-level indoor 802.11a/b/g/n APs with 2x2 MIMO, similar to the AP-105, but with a single-band, single-radio. These APs are intended for low density environments.
The Aruba AirMesh family includes ruggedised single-, dual- and quad-radio wireless mesh routers operating at speeds of up to 300Mbps per radio. Each software-configurable radio can function as a mesh backhaul link or as a Wi-Fi access point (AP). Aruba's AirMesh multi-radio architecture enables the construction of wireless mesh networks that deliver great performance and sustained throughput over multiple hops.
Aruba wireless mesh routers employ three technologies that differentiate Aruba AirMesh products from other wireless mesh routers: Adaptive Wireless Routing™, MobileMatrix™ and Active Video Transport™. These technologies help optimise an Aruba AirMesh solution for greater performance when delivering multi-media streams across a multiple-hop wireless mesh.
Aruba AirMesh products deliver:
ArubaOS comes with an extensive set of capabilities, including Aruba's Adaptive Radio Management (ARM). Aruba ARM employs infrastructure-based controls to optimise Wi-Fi client behavior and automatically ensures that Aruba access points (APs) stay clear of interference, resulting in a more reliable, higher performance wireless LAN infrastructure.
In addition to Aruba's ARM, Aruba's Virtual Intranet Access (VIA) agent enables secure IPSec VPN connectivity back to corporate resources for staff working away from the office.
Aruba license keys enable a series of optional software modules, including the Aruba Policy Enforcement Firewall, RFProtect™ wireless security and spectrum analysis capabilities, and xSec advanced Layer 2 encryption.