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AI Face-Off: Cisco Vs. Juniper Networks And Aruba Networks
Solution providers, decide: Here’s how Aruba Networks, Cisco Systems, and Juniper Networks stack up in the AI department.
Introduced in 2020, the breakthrough Aruba Edge Services Platform (ESP) is an intelligent edge to cloud central nervous system of sorts that can analyze data across edge, wired and wireless networks, identify any issues or abnormalities and self-optimize with its AI capabilities. In addition, Aruba ESP can also find and secure unknown devices on the network.
Aruba has been very consistently updating the one-year-old platform. In April, the company announced an expansion of the Aruba ESP multivendor security partner ecosystem and also integrated in SD-WAN technology from Silver Peak, which Aruba acquired in 2020. In June, Aruba ESP was bolstered with more AI and security to power IoT operations.
Specifically, Aruba Central, the company’s flagship network management and analytics platform which sits inside Aruba ESP, got a boost with an integration of Aruba’s AI Insights solution for IT operators, which offers closed-loop remediation, meaning problems are surfaced and can be set to adjust or fix itself before end users are impacted and without any manual effort from channel partners or IT.