Aruba Networks’ wireless techs aim to transform workplace, data security

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Aruba Networks, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company, in its The event saw Keerti Melkote, co-founder and president of Aruba Networks, talk about With the use of digital, automation, internet of things and machine learning, the company aims to disrupt physical spaces The company showcased its work with the Bangkok Dusit Medical Services, Thailand and the Government of Rajasthan, India. As part of Digital India programme, the company is working on digitising Rajasthan The CTO of Aruba Networks, Partha Narasimhan, introduced several applications of new wireless technology standards that aim to revolutionise networking and security. Using the latest 11ad wireless standard, the company aims to deliver 60 giga hertz fibre optic connectivity speeds at Wi-Fi like prices. To apply wireless tech in different areas, the company has partnered with a number of smaller players across the globe to work on security in public places, data networks and automation of hotels, workplaces and manufacturing facilities BySrinath Srinivasan (Travel for this report was sponsored by Aruba Networks)