Aruba Networks

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Aruba Networks
Subsidiary
IndustryComputer networking
FoundedSunnyvale, California, United States (February 2002)
Headquarters
RevenueIncreaseUS$3 billion (FY 2019)
Number of employees
6000+
ParentHewlett Packard Enterprise
Websitewww.arubanetworks.com

Aruba Networks, formerly known as Aruba Wireless Networks, is a Santa Clara, California-based wireless networking subsidiary of Hewlett Packard Enterprise company.

The company was founded in Sunnyvale, California in 2002 by Keerti Melkote and Pankaj Manglik. On March 2, 2015, Hewlett-Packard announced it would acquire Aruba Networks for approximately USD $3 billion in an all-cash deal.[1] On May 19, 2015, HP completed the acquisition. As of November 1, 2015, the company operates as a subsidiary of Hewlett Packard Enterprise company.

Acquisitions[edit]

Company Acquired Date of Acquisition Business Country Price
Silver Peak Systems September 21, 2020 Wide Area Networks (WANs) U.S. $925M
Cape Networks March 27, 2018 Network Security South Africa N/A
Niara Inc. February 1, 2017 Network Security U.S. N/A
Rasa Networks May 9, 2016 Network Performance Management and Analytics U.S. N/A
Aruba Networks (acquired by HPE) May 19, 2015 Wireless Networking U.S. $2.7B
Meridian Apps May 16, 2013 Location Services U.S. N/A
Avenda Systems December 8, 2011 Network Access Security U.S. N/A
Amigopod Pty Ltd. Assets and Technology December 14, 2010 Network Authentication Solutions Australia N/A
Azalea Networks September 2, 2010 Outdoor Mesh Wireless Technology U.S. $40.5M
AirWave Wireless January 9, 2008 Wi-Fi Hotspot U.S. N/A
Network Chemistry July 23, 2007 Wi-Fi Security U.S. N/A

References[edit]

  1. ^ "HP to acquire Aruba Networks for about $3B". CNBC. March 2, 2015. Retrieved September 25, 2018.

External Links[edit]

    • Historical business data for Aruba Networks:
    • SEC filings