Drew Lentz of Wireless Nerd comments:
From the first post showing off the screen shot, a grainy picture taken from a cell phone camera of the stage, I was immediately impressed. If you rewind your twitter feeds a few months, I mentioned a post about a product called Axon by Spirent. This repackaging of the Epitiro product from a wonderful group of people in the UK, has tried its way to break into the “see your network from the end users perspective” market. Along with 7 Signal, these products have been preaching the message of being a better way to monitor your wireless infrastructure.
Aruba had some very interesting announcements last week at Aruba Atmosphere 2015. I think they are on the right path to change the edge of the network in the foreseeable future.
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