BT-SA partners with Aruba Networks

January 2016 News, IT infrastructure

Local systems integrator BT-SA has partnered with Aruba Networks, a vendor of wireless communication solutions. BT-SA can now deliver enterprise WLAN solutions for remote offices, guest or hotspot access, or for high density venues regardless of the type of user device or location.

Aruba Networks gives businesses a single infrastructure solution that links their campus and remote environments with secure mobile access to corporate resources, whatever their wireless requirements are.

Features such as pay-as-you-grow pricing, mixing and matching of components across product lines, SaaS-based management offering (Aruba Central) or traditional network management software (AirWave) and Aruba’s ClearPass software, makes Aruba Networks a top choice for all business wireless needs.

This partnership enables BT-SA to provide wireless access solution in traditional carpeted enterprise environments, which includes hardware (access points, antennas, wall jacks and controllers) and integrated software. Key components of this capability include performance, availability, scalability, interoperability, cost and the overall portfolio architecture.

Furthermore, BT-SA can now also provide wireless access solutions in areas with a very high density of users and devices including stadiums, concert halls and conferences venues. These facilities often have higher user densities than traditional carpeted office space, with spiky and unpredictable traffic patterns from a heterogeneous mix of client devices.


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