Aruba CX 6400 Switch Series

As demands on higher education networks increase, with more users, devices and things requiring higher speeds and lower latencies, colleges/universities are looking for powerful platforms with simplified operations to keep up with current and future needs.

The Aruba CX 6400 Switch Series is the industry’s first end-to-end, services-rich switching portfolio spanning the campus, branch and datacenter. With a cloud-native operating system, the CX 6400 integrates closed-loop automation and analytics to simplify the operator experience.

Aruba’s CX 6400 switches allow colleges/universities to use a single platform for Ethernet switching from the datacenter to the access layer, providing a consistent, cloud-native operating system (OS) that helps institutions achieve easier management, a more consistent operator experience and higher levels of quality assurance.

Created for game changing operational efficiency with built-in security and resiliency, the modern, flexible, intelligent CX 6400 switches provide the foundation for high-performance higher education networks supporting IoT, mobile and cloud applications.

Built from the ground up with a combination of cutting-edge hardware, software and analytics and automation tools, the CX 6400 switches combine a fully programmable OS with the Aruba Network Analytics Engine, providing industry-leading monitoring and troubleshooting capabilities across the network. 

Aruba CX 6400 Switches are based on AOS-CX, a modern, database-driven OS that automates and simplifies many critical, complex network tasks. A built-in time series database enables IT pros to utilize software scripts for historical troubleshooting and analysis of past trends, helping to predict and avoid future problems due to scale, security, and performance bottlenecks. Aruba CX 6400 Switch Series is the Cool Tool Award Winner (2021) for “Best Networking, Information Technology (IT), Connectivity, or Access Solution” as part of The EdTech Awards from EdTech Digest. Learn more.


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