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Aruba Acquires Network Chemistry Assets

Aruba Networks announced the acquisition of Network Chemistry's line of award-winning RFprotect and BlueScanner wireless security products

SUNNYVALE, Calif. -- Aruba Networks, Inc. (NASDAQ: ARUN), a global leader in secure mobility solutions, today announced the acquisition of Network Chemistry’s line of award-winning RFprotect and BlueScanner wireless security products.

Designed to automatically detect network vulnerabilities, intrusion attempts, and policy violations, the Network Chemistry products are in the forefront of wireless intrusion detection and prevention solutions, and complement Aruba’s broad existing line of wired and wireless security products. Aruba plans to integrate the newly acquired products into its secure mobility solutions, as well as provide products and continuing support to existing Network Chemistry customers and partners.

“Aruba has consistently led the industry with respect to client-to-core security solutions, and with this acquisition we have now rounded out our RF Layer 1-2 security offerings,” said Dominic Orr, Aruba’s president and CEO. “Network Chemistry’s products have consistently won accolades for their ability to accurately find wireless network equipment, detect unauthorized devices, and enforce networking policies. By integrating this capability into Aruba’s product family we will extend our position at the vanguard of wireless security providers. We look forward to working with, and providing uninterrupted support to, Network Chemistry’s large base of existing enterprise and government customers.”

Aruba Wireless Networks

Network Chemistry Inc.

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