Bechtle is once again the number one, after being honoured by Hewlett Packard Enterprise at the Global Partner Summit in Las Vegas, receiving the award for “Intelligent Edge Partner of the Year” for Russia and the Germany, Austria, Switzerland region.
The term “Intelligent Edge” covers the Internet of Things (IoT) as well as WiFi, network access and security. With this award, the company honours those partners who drive projects forward, achieve outstanding results and particularly satisfy the mutual customers. HPE and its partners are committed to developing innovative and collaborative solutions.
We are delighted with this award from HPE and are looking forward to continuing the partnership in the future. Aruba’s products enable us to provide our customers with tailored solutions for network set-up and security.
Ascan Collier, Business Unit Leader, Bechtle HPE Team
Aruba – More than just an island
Cooperation between Bechtle and HPE is particularly well-established in the areas of WiFi, network access and security, Bechtle collaborating with Aruba, a subsidiary of HPE whenever a concrete solution is needed. Founded in 2002, the company’s products are state-of-the-art and can provide solid solutions even under the most complex conditions—in sports stadia, large department stores and warehouses. The individual components in the Aruba portfolio interact perfectly with each other: The ClearPass policy management platform and AirWave management tool enable networks to be securely set up, managed and monitored.
“We are delighted with this award from HPE and are looking forward to continuing the partnership in the future. Aruba’s products enable us to provide our customers with tailored solutions for network set-up and security,” says Ascan Collier, Business Unit Leader, Bechtle HPE Team.
Bechtle trusts in Aruba products because they unify safety and modularity with flexibility and innovation. With Introspect, for example, the HPE subsidiary has a tool that uses artificial intelligence to analyse the behaviour of users and devices in a network, meaning Aruba can make use of machine learning. AI gets to know the network, setting standards that define normal operation. If the system encounters discrepancies, it can quarantine devices, protecting the entire network before a user can notice the anomaly.
Bechtle, Aruba and HPE form a team that will continue to offer its customers network solutions that are easy to manage, scalable, secure and future-proof.