Q&A: HPE’s networking chief opens up about intelligent edge, Cisco and micro data centers

Q&A: HPE’s networking chief opens up about intelligent edge, Cisco and micro data centers

Since founding Aruba Networks in 2002 and then staying on when Hewlett Packard bought the firm in 2013,  Keerti Melkote has seen firsthand the evolution of the wireless industry.

From the initial rush to bring laptops using Wi-Fi to the enterprise and the advent of Apple iPad – which Melkote says was a defining moment for enterprise mobility because of the device’s popularity and its need for pervasive enterprise Wi-Fi connectivity – the wireless world has changed dramatically.

And as HPE’s President, Intelligent Edge, Melkote is in a position to set the future course for the company’s wired and wireless strategy.  He recently talked with Network World Senior Editor Michael Cooney to lay out HPE’s networking challenges and strategies as it negotiates one of the most technologically and competitively challenging markets.

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