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Today’s users expect their experience with a network to be painless, readily available, and somewhat invisible to them. And these days people are almost always connected to a network, either wireless or wired, via everything from phones and entertainment devices to printers and PCs. The network has become the central nervous system of today’s world.
Yet older networks weren’t designed for this kind of fluid, ubiquitous access. The manner in which a network would have been maintained or expanded—just a few years ago—would now add unacceptable complexity and constraints.
Today’s networks must cope with dynamic demands and still maintain high reliability. Given all the other significant demands on IT— networks must be made easier than ever to manage and grow. IT departments can no longer afford to manage their environment from multiple management platforms in an effort to keep various components of the network up and running.
Organizations are moving to a highly mobile-centric business environment that will allow them to stay competitive, improve productivity, collaborate and lower costs. As organizations continue to accelerate the deployment of mobile apps and support a myriad of mobile platforms, including personal mobile devices, they can utilize HP’s unified wired and wireless network solution to provide unified access to both wired and wireless users. These users can obtain wire-speed performance from their HP wireless network, which also scales to meet the demands of medium-sized companies to very large corporations.
Using IMC that is based on a service-oriented architecture, as a single management platform), organizations can simplify and secure on-boarding, provisioning, monitoring and management of mobile devices.
Built on the HP FlexNetwork architecture, HP unified wired/wireless solutions provide customers with unified core-to-edge access and management, a reduced footprint of up to 50%, and robust security at a lower TCO of up to 47%.
- Enhanced scalability and performance for enhanced connectivity and productivity.
- Unified access and management.
- Optimized wireless connectivity.
- Robust security.
- Network Transformation Enablement.