I'm sure there will be EoL's happening for "Procurve switches" before summer. Probably not that big of an issue as there will be years of support anyways for the switches.
As pricing should also be comparable between 2530 and 6100, 2930 and 6200 and so on there is very little reason for Aruba to keep the two different switch families. And for me they are really similar, 6100/6200 CX switches don't really bring anything to the table that 2530/2930 wouldn't be able to do.
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