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Introduction to 802.11ax and Aruba 510 Series AP Mark Verbloot | @mverbloot Director, Systems Engineering

Introduction to 802.11ax and Aruba 510 Series AP

Mark Verbloot | @mverbloot Director, Systems Engineering APJ

Darren Smith Category Manager, South Pacific

December 12 th 2018 | © Aruba 2018

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Why 802.11ax?

Previous Standards

MAXIMISING

PERFORMANCE

Why 802.11ax? Previous Standards MAXIMISING PERFORMANCE 12

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Why 802.11ax?

WiFi 6 (802.11ax)

MAXIMISING

EFFICIENCY

Why 802.11ax? WiFi 6 (802.11ax) MAXIMISING EFFICIENCY 13

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WiFi 6 (802.11ax) MAXIMISING EFFICIENCY Increase 4x average throughput per device in dense deployment Enhanced

WiFi 6 (802.11ax)

MAXIMISING

EFFICIENCY

Increase 4x average throughput per device in dense deployment

Enhanced operation in 2.4 & 5 GHz bands

deployment Enhanced operation in 2.4 & 5 GHz bands Improve power efficiency of client devices Improve

Improve power efficiency of client devices

Improve performance of outdoor and indoor networks

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What is in 802.11ax

OFDMA

Downlink & Uplink
Downlink & Uplink
What is in 802.11ax OFDMA Downlink & Uplink 15

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What is in 802.11ax O RTHOGONAL F REQUENCY D IVISION M ULTIPLE A CCESS 16

What is in 802.11ax

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F REQUENCY

What is in 802.11ax O RTHOGONAL F REQUENCY D IVISION M ULTIPLE A CCESS 16

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RTHOGONAL REQUENCY IVISION ULTIPLE CCESS Pre - 802.11ax O RTHOGONAL F D REQUENCY

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Pre-802.11ax OFDM Entire Channel width (20/40/80/160MHz) Packet to transmit 18
Pre-802.11ax OFDM Entire Channel width (20/40/80/160MHz) Packet to transmit 18
Pre-802.11ax OFDM Entire Channel width (20/40/80/160MHz) Packet to transmit 18

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Entire Channel width
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Pre-802.11ax OFDM Entire Channel width (20/40/80/160MHz) Packet to transmit 18

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Pre-802.11ax OFDM Inefficient with small packets 19

Pre-802.11ax

OFDM

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Pre-802.11ax OFDM Inefficient with small packets 19
Pre-802.11ax OFDM Inefficient with small packets 19
Pre-802.11ax OFDM Inefficient with small packets 19
Pre-802.11ax OFDM Inefficient with small packets 19

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O F D M A 802.11ax Channel width is divided into sub-channels Resource Units (RUs)

OFDM A

802.11ax

O F D M A 802.11ax Channel width is divided into sub-channels Resource Units (RUs) Smallest
O F D M A 802.11ax Channel width is divided into sub-channels Resource Units (RUs) Smallest
Channel width is divided into sub-channels
Channel width is divided
into sub-channels

Resource Units (RUs) Smallest is RU-26 9 x RU-26 in 20MHz Up to 9 recipients!

width is divided into sub-channels Resource Units (RUs) Smallest is RU- 26 9 x RU- 26

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O F D M A 802.11ax • Serve more clients • Lower latency • Good

OFDM A

802.11ax

O F D M A 802.11ax • Serve more clients • Lower latency • Good for

• Serve more clients

• Lower latency

• Good for low data rates

• Good for small packets

clients • Lower latency • Good for low data rates • Good for small packets Uplink
clients • Lower latency • Good for low data rates • Good for small packets Uplink
clients • Lower latency • Good for low data rates • Good for small packets Uplink

Uplink OFDMA

3x more system capacity

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OFDMA Resource Unit 8 OFDMA assignments in 80MHz Channel 16 OFDMA assignments in 80MHz Channel

OFDMA Resource Unit

8 OFDMA assignments in 80MHz Channel

OFDMA Resource Unit 8 OFDMA assignments in 80MHz Channel 16 OFDMA assignments in 80MHz Channel Resource

16 OFDMA assignments in 80MHz Channel

in 80MHz Channel 16 OFDMA assignments in 80MHz Channel Resource Units allow a single channel to

Resource Units allow a single channel to be assigned to more than 1 device at the same time

RU assignments can vary packet to packet

allow a single channel to be assigned to more than 1 device at the same time

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What is in 802.11ax?

MU - MI MO

Downlink & Uplink
Downlink & Uplink
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What is in 802.11ax? 24 MU-MIMO AP sends sounding frame from each antenna Client sends

What is in 802.11ax?

What is in 802.11ax? 24 MU-MIMO AP sends sounding frame from each antenna Client sends back

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MU-MIMO

AP sends sounding frame from each antenna

Client sends back response on how well it is receiving each frame

24 MU-MIMO AP sends sounding frame from each antenna Client sends back response on how well
What is in 802.11ax? Uplink Resource Scheduling 25

What is in 802.11ax?

Uplink Resource Scheduling

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What About Uplink? Uplink Resource Scheduling Contention based resource allocation (11ac) • Uncoordinated resource

What About Uplink?

Uplink Resource Scheduling

Contention based resource allocation (11ac)

• Uncoordinated resource management

• Devices all compete and try to get resource till they succeed

• Works well in single AP scenario

management • Devices all compete and try to get resource till they succeed • Works well

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What About Uplink? Uplink Resource Scheduling Scheduling based resource allocation (11ax) • Uplink resource allocation

What About Uplink?

Uplink Resource Scheduling

What About Uplink? Uplink Resource Scheduling Scheduling based resource allocation (11ax) • Uplink resource allocation

Scheduling based resource allocation (11ax)

• Uplink resource allocation managed by AP

• A must for dense scenarios

• Increased capacity and better user experience

resource allocation managed by AP • A must for dense scenarios • Increased capacity and better

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What is in 802.11ax? MU- MIMO v s OF DM A 28

What is in 802.11ax?

MU- MIMO vs OF DM A

What is in 802.11ax? MU- MIMO v s OF DM A 28

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What is in 802.11ax? MU-MIMO v s OFDM A Capacity Speeds High bandwidth apps Clients

What is in 802.11ax?

MU-MIMO vs OFDM A

Capacity Speeds High bandwidth apps Clients

v s OFDM A Capacity Speeds High bandwidth apps Clients Efficiency Latency Low bandwidth apps Low
v s OFDM A Capacity Speeds High bandwidth apps Clients Efficiency Latency Low bandwidth apps Low

Efficiency Latency Low bandwidth apps Low data rates Clients
Efficiency Latency Low bandwidth apps Low data rates Clients Latency Low bandwidth apps Low data rates Clients

Speeds High bandwidth apps Clients Efficiency Latency Low bandwidth apps Low data rates Clients Complementary 29
Speeds High bandwidth apps Clients Efficiency Latency Low bandwidth apps Low data rates Clients Complementary 29
Speeds High bandwidth apps Clients Efficiency Latency Low bandwidth apps Low data rates Clients Complementary 29
Speeds High bandwidth apps Clients Efficiency Latency Low bandwidth apps Low data rates Clients Complementary 29

Complementary

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What is in 802.11ax?

BS S CO L OR

Spatial Reuse
Spatial Reuse
What is in 802.11ax? BS S CO L OR Spatial Reuse 30

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What is in 802.11ax? Overlap channels degrade performance due to collision avoidance protocol, CSMA/CA BSS

What is in 802.11ax?

Overlap channels degrade performance due to collision avoidance protocol, CSMA/CA

BSS CO

LOR

Spatial Re-use

Listen-before-talk protocol

Co-channel interference (CCI)
Co-channel interference (CCI)

CSMA/CA: Carrier Sense Multiple Access with Collision Avoidance

before -talk protocol Co-channel interference (CCI) CSMA/CA: Carrier Sense Multiple Access with Collision Avoidance 31

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What is in 802.11ax? Overlap channels degrade performance due to collision avoidance protocol, CSMA/CA BSS

What is in 802.11ax?

Overlap channels degrade performance due to collision avoidance protocol, CSMA/CA

BSS COLOR

Spatial Re-use

Listen-before-talk protocol

Adjacent channel interference (ACI)
Adjacent channel interference
(ACI)

CSMA/CA: Carrier Sense Multiple Access with Collision Avoidance

-talk protocol Adjacent channel interference (ACI) CSMA/CA: Carrier Sense Multiple Access with Collision Avoidance 32

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The logic What is in 802.11ax? BSS COLOR Spatial Re-use CH6 ~60m A1 S1 S2

The logic

What is in 802.11ax?

BSS COLOR

Spatial Re-use

CH6 ~60m A1
CH6
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Is channel busy?
Is channel
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The logic What is in 802.11ax? BSS COLOR Spatial Re-use CH6 ~60m A1 S1 S2 S3

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The logic What is in 802.11ax? BSS COLOR Spatial Re-use CH6 ~60m A1 S1 S2 S3
The solution What Is In 802.11ax? Color bit in beacon BSS COLOR Spatial Re-use CH6

The solution

What Is In 802.11ax?

Color bit in beacon

BSS COLOR

Spatial Re-use

CH6 A1
CH6
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Color bit in beacon BSS COLOR Spatial Re-use CH6 A1 S1 S2 CH6 A4 Is my

S1

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CH6 A4 Is my cell? Is signal > threshold?
CH6
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Is my cell?
Is signal >
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S3

Noise threshold = -67dBm “blue” RSSI = -70dBm

No!

S1 S2 CH6 A4 Is my cell? Is signal > threshold? S3 Noise threshold = -

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S1 S2 CH6 A4 Is my cell? Is signal > threshold? S3 Noise threshold = -
What Is In 802.11ax? The example BSS COLOR • You are at a table with

What Is In 802.11ax?

The example

BSS COLOR

What Is In 802.11ax? The example BSS COLOR • You are at a table with your
What Is In 802.11ax? The example BSS COLOR • You are at a table with your

• You are at a table with your friends

• You can hear others speaking (from other tables) – same channel

• If the noise level is not high, you can talk – signal* < threshold

• If it is too noisy, you can’t talk – signal > threshold

Spatial Re-use

Every table represents an AP with several clients connected

This environment is equivalent to all APs operating in the same channel.

*Signal from other tables (that is not your “color”)

is equivalent to all APs operating in the same channel. *Signal from other tables (that is

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Implications What Is In 802.11ax? BSS COLOR 2.4GHz is back! Wide channels *all 802.11ax clients

Implications

What Is In 802.11ax?

BSS COLOR

2.4GHz is back!

Wide channels

*all 802.11ax clients associated

Aruba’s ax-aware ClientMatch differentiates

BSS COLOR 2.4GHz is back! Wide channels *all 802.11ax clients associated Aruba’s ax-aware ClientMatch differentiates 36

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Key Takeaways 802.11ax main benefits • Enhanced operation in 2.4GHz & 5GHz bands • Increased

Key Takeaways

802.11ax main benefits

• Enhanced operation in 2.4GHz & 5GHz bands

• Increased throughput per station > 4x in dense deployments

• Improved battery life for client devices

• Better performance for indoor and outdoor networks

• High client capacity

for indoor and outdoor networks • High client capacity Preparing for 802.11ax • Expect same AP

Preparing for 802.11ax

• Expect same AP spacing, mounting practices

• Make sure existing customers are upgraded to AOS 8

• Smart rate switch ports - actual traffic may exceed 1 Gb/s per AP

• Higher power requirements to run 802.11ax

• Security-WPA3, Enhanced Open

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Aruba 510 Series 802.11ax Campus Access Point 40
Aruba 510 Series 802.11ax Campus Access Point 40
Aruba 510 Series 802.11ax Campus Access Point 40
Aruba 510 Series 802.11ax Campus Access Point 40

Aruba 510 Series 802.11ax Campus Access Point

Aruba 510 Series 802.11ax Campus Access Point 40

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Aruba AP 510 Series – Summary Mid -Range Access Points 41

Aruba AP 510 Series – Summary

Aruba AP 510 Series – Summary Mid -Range Access Points 41
Aruba AP 510 Series – Summary Mid -Range Access Points 41

Mid-Range Access Points

Aruba AP 510 Series – Summary Mid -Range Access Points 41

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Aruba AP 510 Series – Differentiation So how are we different? 42

Aruba AP 510 Series – Differentiation

Aruba AP 510 Series – Differentiation So how are we different? 42
Aruba AP 510 Series – Differentiation So how are we different? 42

So how are we different?

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Aruba AP 510 Series – Differentiation So how are we different? AX-aware ClientMatch IoT and

Aruba AP 510 Series – Differentiation So how are we different?

AP 510 Series – Differentiation So how are we different? AX-aware ClientMatch IoT and Location ready
AP 510 Series – Differentiation So how are we different? AX-aware ClientMatch IoT and Location ready

AX-aware ClientMatch

So how are we different? AX-aware ClientMatch IoT and Location ready I n t e l

IoT and Location ready

we different? AX-aware ClientMatch IoT and Location ready I n t e l l i g

Intelligent Power Monitoring & Green AP

t P o w e r M o n i t o r i n g
t P o w e r M o n i t o r i n g

WPA3 & Enhanced Open

Always On connectivity

t P o w e r M o n i t o r i n g

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Aruba AP 510 Series – Differentiation So how are we different? AGGREGATE PEAK DATA RATE

Aruba AP 510 Series – Differentiation So how are we different?

AP 510 Series – Differentiation So how are we different? AGGREGATE PEAK DATA RATE IoT and
AP 510 Series – Differentiation So how are we different? AGGREGATE PEAK DATA RATE IoT and
AP 510 Series – Differentiation So how are we different? AGGREGATE PEAK DATA RATE IoT and
AP 510 Series – Differentiation So how are we different? AGGREGATE PEAK DATA RATE IoT and

AGGREGATE PEAK DATA RATE

IoT and Location ready

AX-aware ClientMatch

Intelligent Power Monitoring & Green AP

5.4Gbps

M o n i t o r i n g & Green AP 5.4Gbps WPA3 &
M o n i t o r i n g & Green AP 5.4Gbps WPA3 &

WPA3 & Enhanced Open

Always On connectivity

802.3af PoE Power Up to 72% energy savings

& Green AP 5.4Gbps WPA3 & Enhanced Open Always On connectivity 802.3af PoE Power Up to

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Aruba AP 510 Series – Specifications + USB port Console port E0: 100/1000/2500Mbps SmartRate (802.3bz)

Aruba AP 510 Series – Specifications

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Aruba AP 510 Series – Specifications + USB port Console port E0: 100/1000/2500Mbps SmartRate (802.3bz) Deep

USB port

Aruba AP 510 Series – Specifications + USB port Console port E0: 100/1000/2500Mbps SmartRate (802.3bz) Deep

Console port

E0: 100/1000/2500Mbps SmartRate (802.3bz)

– Specifications + USB port Console port E0: 100/1000/2500Mbps SmartRate (802.3bz) Deep sleep mode E1: 100/1000Mbps

Deep sleep mode

E1: 100/1000Mbps

– Specifications + USB port Console port E0: 100/1000/2500Mbps SmartRate (802.3bz) Deep sleep mode E1: 100/1000Mbps

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Aruba AP 510 Series – Power Intelligent Power Monitoring (IPM) NETINSIGHT GREEN AP 46

Aruba AP 510 Series – Power

Intelligent Power Monitoring (IPM)
Intelligent Power Monitoring (IPM)

NETINSIGHT

GREEN AP
GREEN AP
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Aruba AP 510 Series – Specifications • Unified SW architecture • Regulatory: US/RW/JP/IL/EG • Operating

Aruba AP 510 Series – Specifications

Aruba AP 510 Series – Specifications • Unified SW architecture • Regulatory: US/RW/JP/IL/EG • Operating modes:
Aruba AP 510 Series – Specifications • Unified SW architecture • Regulatory: US/RW/JP/IL/EG • Operating modes:
Aruba AP 510 Series – Specifications • Unified SW architecture • Regulatory: US/RW/JP/IL/EG • Operating modes:

• Unified SW architecture

• Regulatory: US/RW/JP/IL/EG

• Operating modes: Campus, Remote, AirMon, Spectrum Analysis*, Mesh*

• 20 SKUs total

• Up to 512* associated clients per radio

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Aruba AP 510 Series – Radios 5GHz Radio 4x4 MIMO 20/40/80/160 MHz Peak data rates

Aruba AP 510 Series – Radios

5GHz Radio 4x4 MIMO 20/40/80/160 MHz Peak data rates 160MHz 80MHz (4SS) (4SS) HE (ax)
5GHz Radio
4x4 MIMO
20/40/80/160 MHz
Peak data rates
160MHz
80MHz (4SS)
(4SS)
HE (ax)
2.4Gbps
4.8Gbps
VHT (ac)
1.7Gbps
3.5Gbps
2.4GHz Radio 2x2 MIMO 20/40 MHz Peak data rates 20MHz (2SS) 40MHz (2SS) HE (ax)
2.4GHz Radio
2x2 MIMO
20/40 MHz
Peak data rates
20MHz (2SS)
40MHz (2SS)
HE (ax)
287
Mbps
575
Mbps
VHT (ac)
144
Mbps
300
Mbps
HE (ax) 287 Mbps 575 Mbps VHT (ac) 144 Mbps 300 Mbps HE – High Efficiency

HE – High Efficiency

VHT – Very High Throughput

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Aruba AP 510 Series – Specifications 802.11ax related 1024 - QAM BSS coloring All mandatory

Aruba AP 510 Series – Specifications

Aruba AP 510 Series – Specifications 802.11ax related 1024 - QAM BSS coloring All mandatory features
Aruba AP 510 Series – Specifications 802.11ax related 1024 - QAM BSS coloring All mandatory features

802.11ax related

1024- QAM -QAM

BSS coloring802.11ax related 1024 - QAM

All mandatory features for WFA certification program* Backwards compatibility with 11abg, 11n, 11ac OFDMA – Downlink & Uplink 16 Resource Units (RUs)
Backwards compatibility with 11abg, 11n, 11ac All mandatory features for WFA certification program* OFDMA – Downlink & Uplink 16 Resource Units (RUs)
program* Backwards compatibility with 11abg, 11n, 11ac OFDMA – Downlink & Uplink 16 Resource Units (RUs) OFDMA – Downlink & Uplink
16 Resource Units (RUs) with 11abg, 11n, 11ac OFDMA – Downlink & Uplink Single User MIMO Multi User MIMO –
Single User MIMO 11ac OFDMA – Downlink & Uplink 16 Resource Units (RUs) Multi User MIMO – Downlink only
Multi User MIMO – Downlink only & Uplink 16 Resource Units (RUs) Single User MIMO Transmit Beamforming Individual Target Wake Time (TWT)
Transmit Beamforming (RUs) Single User MIMO Multi User MIMO – Downlink only Individual Target Wake Time (TWT) Symbol
Individual Target Wake Time (TWT) Single User MIMO Multi User MIMO – Downlink only Transmit Beamforming Symbol duration & format, sub-carrier
Symbol duration & format, sub-carrier spacingUnits (RUs) Single User MIMO Multi User MIMO – Downlink only Transmit Beamforming Individual Target Wake

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$1095

$1095 Aruba AP 510 Series – Price & Availability Price (USD RRP)   Availability Product launch

Aruba AP 510 Series – Price & Availability

Price (USD RRP)

AP 510 Series – Price & Availability Price (USD RRP)   Availability Product launch November 13,
AP 510 Series – Price & Availability Price (USD RRP)   Availability Product launch November 13,
AP 510 Series – Price & Availability Price (USD RRP)   Availability Product launch November 13,
 

Availability

Product launch

November 13, 2018

Shipment (FCS)

December 15, 2018

Regulatory

FCS (Dec 15)

End February 2019

Phasing

US, Europe, ANZ, Canada, Colombia, Costa Rica, Egypt, Hong Kong, Kuwait, Macau, Sri Lanka

Remaining “Aruba Core Countries”

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(targets)

Aruba AP 510 Series – Use Cases & Target Markets What problems can the Aruba

Aruba AP 510 Series – Use Cases & Target Markets

Aruba AP 510 Series – Use Cases & Target Markets What problems can the Aruba 510

What problems can the Aruba 510 series help with?

• Future proofing high density networks

• Improving latency sensitive applications (e.g. voice and video)

• Better handling of low bandwidth IoT traffic

• Overlapping networks such as airports, apartment buildings, shopping malls

• Offering stronger guest access security for large public venues and other open networks

Key target customer verticals

• Digital workplace (Enterprise)

• Higher Education

• Large Public Venues (Stadiums etc.)

• K12

• Healthcare

• Retail

Aruba already have 6 Education customers in Australia deploying 515 series AP’s

• K12 • Healthcare • Retail Aruba already have 6 Education customers in Australia deploying 515

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