Aruba Air Pass brings unlimited cellular roaming to private company networks with pre-negotiated operator agreements and authentication centers that can be accessed globally. Regarding the announcement, Aruba Air Pass is a new service that can authenticate visitors automatically and securely with public cellular network credentials on private company Wi-Fi networks.
Aruba Air Pass is made on the technical basis of Passpoint® and Wi-Fi Calling, Aruba Air Pass creates a roaming network by all Aruba corporate customers, expanding cellular coverage and enhancing the experience of Aruba visitors and customers. With Aruba Air Pass, customers from participating cellular networks will enjoy smooth and secure access to Wi-Fi networks in all participating companies.
Aruba Air Pass marks the end of the gap in cellular coverage in the room, the end of unsafe open guest networks, and the end of manual friction and hassle for Wi-Fi networks and skips over captive portal storage. But this also marks the beginning of a new type of relationship between private companies and cellular network operators. Changing this relationship is an important short-term aspect of the Aruba Air Pass and the foundation for its long-term strategic goals.
With the development of the internet using wifi in Indonesia, various wifi makers are competing to make quality internet devices, especially wifi, including Aruba. This wifi is usually installed in various places, not least in a workplace or office. Companies usually choose to rent their internet devices including wifi from other companies such as NetData.
NetData provides quality Indonesian wifi rental and also has many advantages
- Always on Wi-Fi
With Aruba’s Wi-Fi 6 and clustering technology, the AP provides multi-gigabit speed and maintains connectivity 24/7 – even during maintenance.
- Wi-Fi stability everywhere
Advanced RF optimization and AI provide guaranteed service, smart power management savings, and ClientMatch for client resolutions that are always connected to the internet.
- Improved Wi-Fi authentication
WPA3 and Enhanced Open improve user and guest encryption, while PEF uses role-based access control and DPI to isolate and share traffic.