New at Aruba: Market Share and Access Points
The company says its enterprise 802.11n wireless LAN market share increased, up by 21 percent.
Aruba Networks, Inc. claims that its enterprise 802.11n wireless LAN market share increased from calendar 4 Q 2009 to 1 Q 2010 according to market research firm Dell'Oro Group. In its news release on Market Watch, Aruba Networks also announced the release of two compact, single-radio 802.11n access points.
"To better serve Wi-Fi environments with low client densities, Aruba also announced the release of two compact, single-radio 802.11n access points. The entry-level AP-92 and AP-93 are priced at $395 U.S. list -- lower than many legacy 802.11bg access points -- and are covered by Aruba's limited lifetime warranty.
"The multifunction AP-92 and AP-93 can be configured to provide 802.11n Wi-Fi access, spectrum analysis, remote networking, indoor mesh, or wireless intrusion prevention over the 2.4GHz and 5GHz RF spectrum. They feature enterprise-class security, and incorporate a Trusted Platform Module (TPM) to securely store network credentials and cipher keys even if the access point is probed or stolen. The AP-92 supports external antennas while the AP-93 has internal antennas. Both access points can be powered from a standard 802.3af power-over-Ethernet (PoE) source or a 12-volt DC power supply."