The company announced that its business-focused 802.11ac Wi-Fi access points are the first to be made compatible with Microsoft’s Lync Server Wi-Fi qualification program. Products optimized for this program adhere to Microsoft’s voice and video quality policies.
“With 802.11ac, we’re finding that enterprises are even more confident about ‘cutting the cord’ and using Lync for all their users’ unified communications needs, particularly for those making voice and video calls on their mobile devices,” Eric King, director of Lync Partner Management said in a press release. “Aruba has always been committed to ensuring the best possible Lync over Wi-Fi experience and their 802.11ac APs are no exception. Marrying Aruba 802.11ac Wi-Fi and Lync gives enterprises a reliable, high-performing UC experience.”
Aruba’s modified access points provide businesses with many Lync-based services, including on-site solutions, hosting and applications for Office 365. They also designed to enable users to distinguish Lync’s video, voice and desktop sharing capabilities from those of other providers while prioritizing Lync traffic.
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