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With a central processor that employs up to eight cores with four threads each, it's like having a total of 32 virtual CPUs. As a result, the 7200 series supports up to 32,000 mobile devices and performs stateful firewall policy enforcement at 40 Gbps - plenty of capacity and speed for BYOD and 802.11ac devices. New levels of visibility are provided by Aruba's unique AppRF technology, which runs on 7200 series Mobility Controllers. With AppRF, IT can see applications by user, including top web-based applications like Facebook and Box.
The 7200 series also manages authentication, encryption, VPN connections, IPv4 and IPv6 Layer 3 services, the Aruba Policy Enforcement Firewall, Aruba Adaptive Radio Management, and Aruba RFProtect spectrum analysis and wireless intrusion protection.
Clustering and centralized management enable the deployment of large networks with hundreds of Mobility Controllers with minimal staff. A master Mobility Controller can manage local Mobility Controllers, while Aruba AirWave network management provides enterprise-wide clarity and control through real-time monitoring, historical reporting and troubleshooting.