Why Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co (NYSE:HPE) Is In Focus?

Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co (NYSE:HPE), reported that Tillamook County Creamery Association headquartered in Tillamook, has installed an all-wireless system at its new Portland office, the preliminary measure in systematizing on the Aruba Mobile First Platform covering all its operating sites. The new system is intended to support employee productivity at TCCA’s production facilities and offices and also will help improve customer engagement at TCCA’s prevalent Visitors Facility in the Oregon coast.

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Tillamook marks as a farmer-owned cooperative that is committed to making the highest quality and best-tasting dairy products, including ice cream, cheese, sour cream, butter and yogurt. Established in 1909, the award-winning firm has listed into the group of the most prevalent consumer dairy brands in the United States.

As Tillamook developed, Hewlett Packard recognized the requirement to transform its know-how to improve productivity and efficiencies. The start of a latest satellite Portland office, where Tillamook County will host customers, vendors and community and culinary events, served as the beginning point for the entire firm’s digital transformation. This will extend to all of its sites, including its Tillamook headquarters.

After assessing offerings from its current networking vendors, Aerohive and Cisco, Tillamook selected Hewlett’s Aruba to help establish a mobile-first advanced workplace. Jim Trappe, the IT Infrastructure Manager for Tillamook, expressed that Aruba’s Mobile First Platform enables for a convenient, all-wireless office experience with latest mobile communications, like Skype for Business, for video and voice.

Hewlett’s Aruba was the single vendor that could provide the reliability and ease of management they needed, while even restructuring network access with Aruba ClearPass. Utilizing the Aruba network for Skype, the firm has completely altered how meetings are performed. Earlier misunderstanding with dial-in numbers, and introducing presentations has been removed. Users can now seamlessly join meetings from any place in the building from their mobile devices and laptops with merely one click.

Standley Adam

Standley Adam

Adam is a staff reporter for US Markets Daily Publications & Media, covering foreign affairs and domestic policy.