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Aruba Networks, Inc. (NASDAQ:ARUN) today announced that a number of its top experts in the access networking field would be participating in two upcoming, blogger-led discussions which will be made available via live video broadcast. Leading industry bloggers and freelance writers will be on hand to cover the events as well.
“Independent bloggers, freelance writers, and podcasters have a public presence that has immense influence on the ways that products and companies are perceived and by the general public,” said Stephen Foskett, organizer of the events. “The world of media has changed, with social media and blogging gaining special importance. Our Wi-Fi Symposium and Tech Field Day are great opportunities for tech companies and independent writers to meet, update and discuss products and form new communications.”
Wi-Fi Mobility Symposium,” being held in San Jose, Calif. on January 25, will feature Aruba access network experts speaking about “Mobile Devices & BYOD
,” “HotSpot 2.0” and “Gigabit Wi-Fi.” The live stream will take place from 10 a.m. to noon PST and from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. PST. “
Wireless Field Day 2 – Silicon Valley,” hosted by Aruba Networks on January 27, will feature Aruba co-founder and chief strategy officer Keerti Melkote speaking about the requirements for the next generation network architecture for mobility, as well as other Aruba leaders speaking about bring-your-own device (BYOD) program enablement and virtual controller WLANs. The live stream will be available between 8 a.m. and noon PST.
“We are very pleased to be participating in these innovative, social-media-focused events,” said Keerti Melkote, co-founder and chief strategy officer at Aruba. “Just as the world of business is changing with the migration to mobility-centric work models, so is the communications landscape and the way that people seek and receive information. The content and the delivery are well aligned here, and we hope to drive a lot of discussion and interaction on these key mobility topics.”