It is at no surprise IT teams face a variety of challenges in delivering wireless connectivity to users but what can you do as the head of IT to make things simply better. Let’s take a look at some of these so-called challenges in wireless connectivity.
DigitalAir has been offering Wi-Fi as a service WaaS since 2013 for a wide range of loyal customers. The system is designed using the Ruckus SmartZone architecture for which Ruckus has recently launched a new version (SmartZone V5.0).
Since the start of the year, I have noticed the increase in enquiries from people looking to implement a home automation system. The idea being, to centrally control their many entertainment systems, lights, heating and in some cases security and window blinds, around the home.
The Ruckus R610 is the latest addition to the AC Phase 2 range of access points offered by Ruckus Wireless. It is marketed as their “Access Point for medium density venues” and sits firmly between the R510 and R710.
After researching Ruckus CloudPath on the Ruckus website, it is clear to see that the security of wireless is starting to improve. It was only a couple of months ago that our MD Mark Julier stressed in his article that security was one of the factors the industry was lacking in.
802.11ac has promised us a lot: faster data rates, more efficient use of RF spectra and transmission to multiple clients in the same instance. Now, 802.11ac's full promise has come in the Wave 2 products.
Geared towards small and medium businesses (SMBs), Ruckus Unleashed Access Points allow you to provide the same high-quality Ruckus Smart Wi-Fi, without the cost of purchasing a dedicated WLAN controller.