The enterprise/carrier Wi-Fi hardware vendor also says it thinks it can return to 20% Y/Y rev. growth in the second half of FY14 (ends July '14). Analysts currently expect Aruba to post just 11.1% growth for the whole of FY14.
Shares haven't moved yet, but that could change.
Aruba crashed earlier this year thanks to disappointing earnings/guidance that stoked fears the company was losing share to Cisco, which has increasingly been bundled its Wi-Fi hardware with other products.
FQ4 results, PR