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Gartner Magic Quadrant for Wired, Wireless LAN 2019: Aruba, Cisco, Extreme Networks Lead The Way

Aruba Networks, Cisco, and Extreme Networks were crowned leaders on this year’s Gartner Magic Quadrant for Wired, Wireless LAN Access Infrastructure as four new players joined the report.

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Niche Player -- Mojo Networks (Arista Networks subsidiary)

Mojo Networks, a subsidiary of Arista Networks after the 2018 acquisition, offers a portfolio of cloud-managed Cognitive Wi-Fi access points and applications that include prestandards-based Wi-Fi 6 and 802.3bz capabilities in its C-250 access point, as well as other access points to address target vertical market requirements. Mojo Networks has added WLAN assets to Arista's portfolio of core campus products.

Strengths: Mojo’s CloudVision WiFi can collect data from a third radio on the access points to profile and test the network. It can then use machine learning algorithms to create a network baseline that can automatically detect potential issues. The Santa Clara, Calif.-based company's CloudVision WiFi tracks when and why clients fail to connect to the network and can immediately report any issues.

Weaknesses: Gartner warned that it was unclear how deep the integration between Arista's switches is with the new Wi-Fi portfolio from Mojo. The provider is also offering limited location-based services, so clients with more requirements will need to consider overlay vendors to address the gaps.

 
 
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