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Aruba's A/NZ partners and resellers converge for Atmosphere 2016

09 Dec 16

500 of A/NZ’s mobility and Wi-Fi technology experts recently converged on the Gold Coast for Aruba’s mobility event - Atmosphere.  

The 2016 A/NZ Atmosphere Conference comprises of Aruba’s technology partners and resellers as well as customers and prospects.

The core theme of this year’s event was “How Tomorrow Moves”, which looks to challenge and change the way attendees think about enterprise networks and mobility. 
Aruba’s global executive team were in Australia for the conference and also met group of leaders from some of most innovative companies and partners in the A/NZ region.

The visiting executive group includes Dominic Orr, president and CEO; Partha Narasimhan, chief technology officer; Chris Kozup, vice-president of Marketing, Greg Murphy, vice-president of Business Operations; Alain Carpentier, vice president Worldwide Sales; and Steve Wood, senior vice president of Asia-Pacific. 

Steve Coad, managing director of Australia and New Zealand for Aruba, spoke at the event on opening day.

“We’re excited to be back on the Gold Coast with our partners, resellers and customers to meet, dissect and learn about the growth opportunities of the cloud and the Internet of Things,” he says.

“Aruba’s recent introduction of new security solutions, ecosystem partnerships, and wired infrastructure products will be a key theme at A/NZ Atmosphere. These developments are designed to accelerate the move to the digital workspace, while addressing the security concerns associated with the adoption of IoT initiatives."

Aruba has a growing portfolio of customers scaling from SMEs through to some of the largest private and public companies and government organisations in Australia and New Zealand.    

The conference saw industry leaders discuss the latest global networking innovations which are aimed at helping organisations rapidly, securely and cost-effectively deploy Internet of Things (IoT) devices in wide area, enterprise and industrial areas.

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