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Get your FREE Aruba Networks Wi-Fi product trial - only with Westcon

09 Dec 13

Whether you already have Aruba Instant access points, or are looking for a new wireless LAN, the best way to understand the power of Aruba Central is by trying it yourself.

Through Westcon, channel partners can now trial Aruba Networks' Cloud Wi-Fi and new 802.11ac Instant Access Points free of charge.

Key benefits of the trial include:

• Streamlined management of many Instant wireless LANs

• Dashboard view of network and client health

• Easy grouping of access points to simplify operations

• Centralised configuration and firmware updates

• Remote troubleshooting and client information

For more information click here to visit the registration form, allowing Westcon to email you an account activation link to get started.

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