New at Aruba: Market Share and Access Points

The company says its enterprise 802.11n wireless LAN market share increased, up by 21 percent.

By Enterprise Networking Planet Staff | Posted Jun 9, 2010
Print ArticleEmail Article
  • Share on Facebook
  • Share on Twitter
  • Share on LinkedIn

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."

Read the Full News Release at Market Watch

Comment and Contribute
(Maximum characters: 1200). You have
characters left.
Get the Latest Scoop with Enterprise Networking Planet Newsletter