Aruba Virtual Mobility Controller (VMC) is deployed as a Virtual Machine and runs on ArubaOS 8. It provides a flexible deployment alternative to hardware mobility controllers (72xx and 7xxx). This virtual controller also provides plenty of capacity and speed for BYOD and IEEE 802.11ac devices for both campus or branch deployments.
VMC can be deployed as standalone or managed by the Aruba Mobility Master where it can support up to 100K users. A VMC deployment can benefit customers from operational cost savings as it can reside with other VMs sharing the same existing virtualization infrastructure.
The Aruba 303 Series Campus Access Points delivers an affordable high performance 802.11ac with MU-MIMO (Wave 2) for medium density enterprise environments. With the integrated Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) and supporting 802.3af power, the Aruba 303 enables enterprises to improve their work efficiency and productivity with low TCO. The compact Aruba 303 Series Campus Access Point delivers a maximum concurrent data rate of 867 Mbps in the 5 GHz band and 300 Mbps in the 2.4 GHz band (for an aggregate peak data rate of 1.2 Gbps). Featuring 2x2:2SS, it is designed for device density environments, such as schools, retail branches, warehouses, hotels and enterprise offices, where the environment is cost sensitive.
The HPE 501 Wireless Client Bridge Series extends the life of legacy devices by bridging Ethernet clients to WLAN and extending WLAN access to a range of protocols. Electronic cash registers, medical and manufacturing equipment, and other devices can be deployed in any location with a WLAN signal saving the time and expense needed for installing Ethernet cables for network access.
The 501 Wireless Client Bridge integrates into the HPE Mobility System and is compatible with an IEEE 802.11b/g/n or 802.11a/b/g/n/ac WLAN network infrastructure from Hewlett Packard Enterprise and other vendors.