Oklahoma City, OK: Aruba Networks, an HP company, (HPQ) today announced that the 435 acre State Fair Park (SFP) in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, is using Aruba’s Gigabit wireless infrastructure to bring high-speed mobility to over two million visitors and vendors of the approximately 200 events it manages each year.
Working with partner, RFIP, Inc., of Oklahoma City, SFP evaluated a number of solutions and ultimately, selected Aruba Networks for a complete network upgrade. SFP deployed Aruba’s 220 Series indoor and 270 Series outdoor 802.11ac access points, the 7200 Series Mobility Controllers, Mobility Access Switches, AirWave network management and the ClearPass Policy Management platform. The organization also implemented Aruba’s Meridian Mobile App platform to create the Oklahoma State Fair App, which gives visitors State Fair Park information and enhanced capabilities including navigation to direct them to areas of interest such as concessions.
“We are honored to partner with SFP in evaluating the best solution for them, plus assist in management”, said Brandon Clark, VP of Business Development for RFIP. “Using Aruba’s Gigabit wireless infrastructure will allow for the very best experience visitors come to expect.”
RFIP brings an understanding of the entire network, so that our customers don’t have to shop different vendors and hope the parts of their systems integrate. RFIP turnkey solutions are professionally managed from conception to completion. To learn more about RFIP, please visit http://rfip.com.