Aruba unveils mobile VoIP architecture
By Rodrigo Chia on October 24, 2005 - 10:26 PM

Aruba Networks introduced its Mobile Edge architecture for securely connecting mobile workers to enterprise VoIP and data networks. It is enabled by new controlled access points and updated ArubaOS software. The AP-65 allows users to create temporary corporate hotspots at any location with an available internet-connected Ethernet port while the low-cost AP-41 lets telecommuters and executives extend the corporate WLAN to their home offices.

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