Apply software updates urgently to avoid SSD burnout, warns Aruba

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Aruba urges users to upgrade software to meet the deployment lifetime of some switches
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Aruba urges users to upgrade software to meet the deployment lifetime of some switches

Older software versions can cause premature eMMC and SSD degradation, the company admits

Network vendor Aruba is urging owners of 6300 and 6400 series switches to upgrade their AOS-CX operating system to implement significant improvements to memory usage and prolong the life of their devices....

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