HPE Enhances SMB Solutions in Response to Network Challenges

HPE Enhances SMB Solutions in Response to Network Challenges

By Stefania Viscusi

Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) has announced it will assist small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) in enhancing their network capabilities while fortifying security measures with the introduction of two key innovations: the Aruba Instant On AP22D, a Wi-Fi 6 access point, and the Aruba Instant On 1960 stackable switch equipped with 2.5GB port capacity.

The newly announced offerings are strategically designed to elevate network performance for employees and provide a smoother experience for customers, guests, and IoT devices.

As SMBs are increasingly shifting their workloads to the cloud and seeing substantial growth in data-intensive applications like streaming video across devices, there is now a greater demand on networks and requiring better network security and access management.

With the Aruba Instant On AP22D access point and the Aruba Instant On 1960 stackable switch, it is possible to seamlessly and securely handle escalating volumes of data.

These offerings provide a valuable lifeline for businesses seeking to stay competitive and secure in a rapidly changing digital world.

It’s possible to manage multiple switches as a single stack, have multi-site management for businesses with multiple locations as well as policy management for devices and quality of service (QoS) control. In addition it features a transparent pricing model with no hidden fees or subscription costs.

“SMBs are looking for high performance, easy-to-use, affordable networks with cloud agility that allows them to expand their networks along with their businesses,” said Amol Mitra, vice president and general manager, HPE Aruba Networking global small and medium business. “HPE Aruba Networking simplifies network deployment and management via an intuitive mobile app that delivers a simple, smart and secure offering for SMB customers.”

The AP22D access point offers efficient management of multiple connections, ensuring optimal speeds while accommodating more devices without performance bottlenecks.

The 1960 stackable switch is designed for easy network expansion as businesses grow. It allows stacking of multiple switches, offering more ports and capacity without significant additional investments.




Edited by Greg Tavarez
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