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Gold Sponsor Aruba Networks Will Showcase Solutions at IT Hot Topics Conference

ARUB_logo_RGB_lgThe right wireless and management solutions will greatly enhance your network. Aruba Networks, a leading provider of next-generation network access solutions for the mobile enterprise, is Carolina Advanced Digital’s newest partner. By participating as a Gold Sponsor at IT Hot Topics Conference 2015, Aruba Networks will launch its partnership with Carolina Advanced Digital and introduce its commitment of providing reliable solutions to current customers and conference attendees.

“By adding Aruba Networks to the roster, Carolina Advanced Digital is able to provide the most suitable solutions for each customer’s needs,” noted Kory Thornberg, Wireless Specialist and Technical Team Lead for Carolina Advanced Digital. Affordable solutions for small and medium businesses include a product called Instant Aruba, which is an access point that allows a user to have an enterprise level network in a small office or home instead of deferring to customer grade products. Aruba’s portfolio ranges from SOHO offerings to large-scale enterprise, and remote worker solutions.

The level of security Aruba provides is top notch. Their solutions are FIPS certified, offer strong encryption and unique client traffic control, making Aruba widely accepted by federal agencies. Aruba offers firewall layering that manages applications verses lower-level packets, giving network administrators more control over the network. Other security advantages offered include spectrum management and access points with built-in Wireless Intrusion Detection and Protection (WIPS).

At IT Hot Topics Conference, Aruba will have the chance to help attendees fully optimize and automate their network through its technologies and solutions. More information about Aruba’s will be made available to IT Hot Topics Conference attendees during a technical breakout session and in the conference exhibit space.

Attendees interested in Aruba and other wireless technologies are encouraged to register for the vendor-neutral CWTS (Certified Wireless Technology Specialist) training co-located with the conference. The certification training is hosted by CWNP and runs Monday and Tuesday, May 4th and 5th.

To register for IT Hot Topics Conference, visit www.hottopicsconference.com. Questions about Bradford Networks or conference events, contact Meghan Balfrey, Marketing & Communications Manager at meghan@cadinc.com.

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