Beyond BYOD, as new applications, such as unified communication and collaboration or UCC, move from the LAN Edge to the Mobile Edge, Aruba's highly secure context-aware MOVE architecture is well-positioned. In July, our MOVE architecture received qualification for Microsoft Lync Server Wi-Fi compliance program. This made MOVE the first wireless LAN solution that meets Microsoft Lync's standards in terms of quality of service delivery for voice and video. We are proud of this achievement as it exemplifies our unique context-aware approach of improving service delivery at the RF level by using intelligence about the user, device, application and location. Taken together, BYOD and UCC applications, such as Lync and FaceTime, are driving a higher requirement for network availability.

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