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- An island of the Netherlands Antilles north of the Venezuela coast. It is a popular Caribbean resort area.
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- proper n. An autonomous territory in the Caribbean, part of the Netherlands
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- n. a popular island resort in the Netherlands Antilles
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JEFFREY NOLEN, ARUBA: I noticed that there was a good outpour of people from Aruba just going out, helping everybody, just taking amongst their own.
But, they also have larger resorts in Aruba, Turks & Caicos and Jamaica, places you might not think to associate with sustainability.
Aruba is especially strong in higher education, healthcare and other enterprise verticals, and is outpacing Cisco in 802. 11n penetration, according to Dell'Oro Group.
The new spectrum analyzer incorporated on the Wi-Fi chip in Aruba 802. 11n access points lets the controller extract a wider array of spectrum data and analyze it.
Aruba is also releasing three documents, drawn from working with its enterprise customers, on Wi-Fi best practices in three areas: a reference design for creating high-density networks in spaces like auditoriums; a white paper on deploying Apple iPad tablets on enterprise Wi-Fi networks; and a third-party test report on the performance of Aruba's RF management features in high-density Wi-Fi networks.
Not that Aruba is the sole beneficiary of that decline but it undoubtedly played a leading role.
The Princess booklet offers power snorkeling in Aruba, Barbados and St. Maarten.
Our Princess booklet offers this activity in Aruba and St. Thomas.
Aruba is also said to be one of the safest islands to visit.
Cynical did say Aruba, and Aruba is more representative of marine (wet) environments than e.g. the Plains states.