is CISCO better than ARUBA others

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I want to to own a unified voice and data network and i need a good business partner these two seem to be competing in both their software and hardware capabilities

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becker
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Starbucks recently chose Aruba over Cisco, for what it’s worth, but this is really an ongoing debate. My main concern about Aruba would be the longevity of the company, but that isn’t likely to impact you. I doubt you would be unhappy with either, once you have the WLC configured and the LWAPS mounted. Someone once told me if you have the money go with Cisco, if you don’t go with Aruba, but I think Aruba is fine.

jimlynch
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This thread might be of use to you.

Cisco Versus Aruba
https://supportforums.cisco.com/thread/2184283

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