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Aruba Atmosphere 2021: 5 Bold Statements We Heard From Aruba, HPE, And Silver Peak

Aruba‘s Keerti Melkote, Aruba’s parent HPE’s Antonio Neri, and Silver Peak’s David Hughes came out at Aruba Atmosphere 2021 in full-force to talk edge, SD-WAN, and how the company has a leg up on the competition when it comes to the IT as a service trend.

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Keerti Melkote On Aruba ESP 

We launched the Aruba Edge Services Platform last year. The building blocks of the platform [were] connect; to get everything connected and data flowing; protect, to ensure that cybersecurity is at the heart of everything we do. And then of course, ultimately delivering on the business value which is: analyze the data, and then act upon it. These came together in a unified platform which we call Aruba ESP. ESP was the name intentionally because AI is going to be at the heart of this and we want to be able to deliver this as a service. Aruba Central is the vehicle from which ESP is consumed. You can obviously experience ESP in home environments for work from home, branch offices, campuses, data centers and clouds.

One important thing I want to touch on is how [customers] have embraced ESP and it’s reflected in the momentum that we’re seeing in the business. 2020 has been a remarkable year. Initially, we saw a little bit of a decline of business, like everybody else. But it came roaring back and the last nine months have been a dramatic acceleration of the adoption of ESP as a platform. The business has shown growth, consecutive growth quarter-over-quarter and most recent quarter, we entered the double-digit growth territory, which has been fantastic for a business of our scale. One huge win that really signaled the adoption of ESP in a big way was [with] the Pentagon. The Pentagon has always been using Aruba Wi-Fi for their wireless needs, but they also now have switched over to using Aruba CX for their switching architecture. The entire building effectively is delivered as an Aruba ESP edge.

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