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Aruba Networks®, Inc. today unveiled its Mobile Virtual Enterprise architecture, which provides context-aware networking for the post-PC era.
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Aruba Networks®, Inc. today unveiled its Mobile Virtual Enterprise (MOVE) architecture, which provides context-aware networking for the post-PC era. Aruba Mobility Network Services are delivered centrally from the data center across thin mobility access “on-ramps”.

Aruba offers secure network access to facilitate the “Bring Your Own Device” phenomenon with the introduction of Mobile Device Access Control (MDAC), designed for zero-touch, secure provisioning of Apple® iOS mobile devices.

ArubaOS Mobility Services are centrally deployed, with private or public cloud-based management. Mobile Device Fingerprinting, also announced today, enables the network to identify and monitor Apple iOS and other mobile device platforms.

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