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Longtime Moss Partners, HP and Aruba, Team Up to Target Wi-Fi Market

Hewlett-Packard (HPQ) has just announced its intention to acquire Aruba Networks (ARUN), a leading provider of innovative, high-quality Wi-Fi networking infrastructure for large indoor and outdoor venues. Headquartered in Sunnyvale, CA, Aruba was purchased for $3 billion in equity value. The acquisition instantly makes HP second only to Cisco Systems in the high-growth wireless market. Read more…

Emerging Devices in the Classroom

Students have access to an incredible set of tools in today’s modern classroom. Enabling and encouraging the use of technology allows students to become familiar with technology, while also increasing their productivity. Classrooms are more connected than ever before with more affordable hardware, advancements in educational software, and always-expanding internet resources. Devices are also evolving Read more…

The Debate Over Net Neutrality

The expanding presence of the internet in today’s world is beginning to spark serious conversation on how its traffic is handled. The current set of standards allow for the free flow of information, whether it is related to social media, email, streaming video, or video games. This amount of freedom is creating a problem for Read more…

Wireless Still Needs Wire

Increasingly, mobile devices like smartphones and tablets are a standard feature of business, education and healthcare environments. While these devices require wireless networks, they also require high-performance wired infrastructure to handle the expanded traffic and support constantly evolving industry standards. 
There has just been a sweeping change in wireless specifications. The new 802.11ac standard supersedes Read more…