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  1. Julio Urquidi

    News CommScope Adds Five Wi-Fi 6 APs To Its Ruckus Line-Up

    Following last year’s introduction of its Ruckus R750 Wi-Fi 6 4x4:4 access point, CommScope is adding three indoor and two outdoor products to its Ruckus family of APs. Designed and optimized for campuses, hospitality businesses, and large venues, these Ruckus APs include the following...
  2. K

    Guide for deploying Wi-Fi in hotels

    I updated our very popular guide for hotel Wi-Fi and added in some cloud and Wi-Fi 6 content.
  3. CrystalLattice

    Lennar townhome comes with Ruckus access point & switch

    Am in the process of purchasing townhome from Lennar. Was pleasantly surprised that it is pre-wired for lan, but they lock you into their wireless system. Cannot delete for $ credit. System includes: INFRASTRUCTURE - WORLD’S FIRST Wi-Fi CERTIFIED HOME DESIGN • Ruckus Wireless ZoneFlexTM R510...
  4. thiggins

    Wi-Fi Alliance Announces Roaming Assist Certification Program

    The Alliance's Wi-Fi Agile Multiband Certification program is based on IEEE 802.11 k, v, u and r standards plus "Wi-Fi Alliance defined technologies". It is intended to establish a standard use of these technologies vs. the piecemeal approach currently taken by most makers of Wi-Fi product and...
  5. Julio Urquidi

    Broadcom To Buy Brocade For $5.9 Billion

    Broadcom announced its intent to purchase Brocade for $5.9 billion, expanding the chip company’s reach into the data center market. This strategic move could potentially put it in competition with customer companies like Cisco, HP and Intel. So Broadcom said it would sell Brocade’s networking...
  6. Julio Urquidi

    Ruckus’ New Cloud Wi-Fi Offering Now Generally Available

    Ruckus announced that Cloud Wi-Fi, its WLAN management-as-a-service, is now generally available. The new cloud platform helps build out and manage small to large wireless networks using a cloud UI to streamline wireless network management. The simplified UI presents only the data needed while...
  7. Julio Urquidi

    Brocade Pays $1.5B for Ruckus Wireless

    [Ed. note: We missed this news last week! Sorry!] In a $1.5B cash and stock deal expected to close in Q3 2016, Brocade will cross into new territory and expand its reach into wireless networking. With Brocade already known as a SAN vendor, the acquisition of Ruckus Wireless will now place the...