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High Performance Network Provides the Platform for Consistent Guest Experiences and New Digital Services

Published by: Aruba

Feline Fields by Mantis in Botswana is a 50-minute helicopter ride from the nearest airport. Deep in the Kalahari Desert, you are more likely to see a passing elephant than a passing car.
Mantis own eco resorts across all southern Africa and have an appeal to guests who want to escape from the modern world but sometimes may need to connect to internet. For Mantis, network connectivity can be challenging. The business operates 22 hotels in 10 countries, the majority of which are in rural or remote locations.
The Aruba approach is built around Aruba Central, AP- 515 Wi-Fi 6 Unified Access Points and Aruba 2530 Layer 2 POE+ Access Switches. Built on a cloud-native microservices architecture, Aruba Central delivers full-service AI insights, security, and infrastructure oversight for Mantis' remote networks – all from a single pane of glass.

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Lang: ENG
Type: Case Study Length: 4 pages

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