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Aruba Networks signs up EMW for UAE

Aruba Networks has signed a partnership agreement with EMW for the UAE market. The systems integrator will promote the vendor’s portfolio of access management, network infrastructure and mobility application solutions that will enable enterprises to create next-generation mobility networks. Under the terms of the agreement, EMW will sell, implement and service Aruba’s products across all market segments and verticals in the country with a special focus on government, hospitality, education and healthcare.

Aruba Networks partners with EMW

Aruba Networks has signed a partnership agreement with EMW today to promote its portfolio of next-generation network access solutions for the mobile enterprise market in the Middle East.


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