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Items tagged with: Ruckus Wireless

News Summary - 2 February 2016

NewsToday's new product announcements include a NAS amd MU-MIMO router from ZyXEL, APs from Ruckus and network cameras from D-Link. Intel and Qualcomm Atheros also announced their 60 GHz 802.11ad products are interoperable.

Ruckus Unleashes The Dogs

Ruckus Wireless logoRuckus Wireless announced a controller-less architecture for two of its ZoneFlex access points.

Ruckus Wireless Moves To The Cloud For Xclaim APs

Ruckus Wireless logoRuckus Wireless has rethought its management approach for its entry-level enterprise Xclaim access points.

Ruckus Announces MU-MIMO Access Point

Ruckus Wireless logo Ruckus Wireless has rolled out the first MU-MIMO enabled 4x4 802.11ac access point.

Ruckus Announces Affordable AP Product Line

Ruckus Wireless logoRuckus Wireless has launched a line of SOHO / SMB access points.

Ruckus Wireless Announces High and Low End APs

Ruckus Wireless logoRuckus Wireless has announced two new 802.11n access points.

Motorola, Ruckus Wireless Field Wall-Outlet 802.11n AP-Switch Combos

Motorola AP 6511 802.11n WallPlate Access PointMotorola and Ruckus Wireless today announced small wall-mount 802.11n AP / switches designed for large multi-room installations.

Ruckus Wireless Releases Wireless Performance Tool to Open Source

Ruckus Wireless today said it has released a wireless performance testing program to the Open Source Community.

Uh Oh: Netgear and Rayspan's Metamaterial Antennas Not That New?

I need to tune my newsfeeds a bit, since I missed last week's press release about Ruckus Wireless suing Netgear and its new antenna design partner Rayspan.

Ruckus Wireless announces draft 802.11n mesh system

Ruckus Wireless today announced an enterprise-focused mesh wireless system based on draft 802.11n technology. The SmartMesh system is said to "self-organize, self-optimize, and self-heal" and is aimed at enterprises, hotels, schools, hospitals, warehouses, multi-dwelling units, and other environments where Ethernet cabling may not be widely deployed.

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