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HP Enterprise Joins Hands With NEC For Mobile-First SDN


HP Enterprise Joins Hands With NEC For Mobile-First SDN

Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) and NEC have recently announced a collaboration to fasten the adoption of mobile-first networking. Under the partnership, the company will integrate the HPE and Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company, wireless and wired networking portfolio with NEC Software-Defined Networking (SDN) solutions, improving workplace productivity.


Firstly, NEC SDN Controllers, and SDN Switches will be integrated with Aruba and HPE switches, routers, wireless access points, controllers, network management, and network access control (NAC) products. The new products will firstly be available in Japan and Australia, and then Americas and Europe.

Commenting on the collaboration, Dominic Orr, senior vice president and general manager at Hewlett Packard Enterprise Networking said, “HPE and NEC have joined forces to bring the value of mobile first networking to our mutual customers worldwide. We are leveraging years of joint collaboration to integrate our technologies in order to rapidly address additional customer opportunities across our key markets.”

It was also said the partnership will enable their customers to improve the agility of their networks, as they’ll now be able to upgrade to a next-gen infrastructure, supporting, for example, the Internet of Things (IoT).

“The Integration of NEC’s SDN technologies and HPE and Aruba Mobile First technologies will result in comprehensive solutions that help our customers worldwide enhance their productivity,” said Kimihiko Fukuda, executive vice president of NEC Corporation. “We also see complementary value to jointly collaborating in areas such as security and the Internet of Things (IoT).”

Ria Lakshman. V is a lead news writer at The Telecom Times. She studied Journalism at Manipal School of Communication and proceeded to work in newspapers and magazines, with technology as her focus area. Passionate about Telecommunications sector, her move to 'The Telecom Times' was a natural choice. Alongside, she also writes for Telecom Talk, where she covers news and tech commentaries in the sector of telecom. In the free time, Ria loves to go camping, read books, or sketch illustrations. She also runs a local design studio and promotes eco-friendly crafts. Ria can be found sharing her knowledge and insights on Twitter.



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