WiFi

Ruckus’ virtual data plane to help operators separate traffic
Ruckus Wireless Inc said it has begun shipping a new virtual data plane for WiFi that segregates data traffic from control traffic on large wireless networks.
Understanding WiFi signal strength vs WiFi speed
Ruckus Wireless’ Michael Lok looks at the question of whether a stronger signal always implies faster webpage loading and downloads.
In-store shoppers very interested in location-based services: Survey
Shoppers are very interested in WiFi and location-based, in-store services such as mobile coupons (51%), shopping maps (45%), and associate assistance (41%), according to the eighth annual Global Shopper Study by Zebra Technologies Corp.
Singtel upgrades 4G and WiFi networks, promises customers surfing boost
Singtel has embarked on upgrades to its 4G (Fourth Generation) and WiFi networks, which it said would give customers a boost to their mobile connectivity.
Singtel first in the world to trial AirTies’ WiFi Mesh with ‘client-steering’ tech
Singtel said it will be conducting a trial of AirTies’ WiFi Mesh, which is widely deployed in enterprise-grade solutions to provide seamless outdoor WiFi access.
Ruckus ups the ante for high-speed, high-capacity WiFi
Ruckus Wireless Inc has unveiled the Ruckus ZoneFlex R710 access point (AP), which it claimed was industry’s first WiFi AP based on Wave 2 features of the 802.11ac standard.
8 tips for making the smart switch to 802.11ac
802.11ac is the next generation of wireless, designed to provide higher capacity and density. Extreme Networks’ Gary Newbold discusses the top things to consider when planning the move to 802.11ac.
Espresso, latte & tech: Why the new Starbucks COO is a techie
Starbucks appoints former Juniper CEO as COO to drive transformation Pushing new boundaries and revenue with digital outloook
Ruckus announces Xclaim, says it brings ‘big WiFi’ to small businesses
Ruckus Wireless Inc has unveiled Xclaim, which it described as “a new kind of WiFi system” exclusively developed for the small business market, saying it redefines the model for offering enterprise-grade WiFi services to organisations that have little to no IT expertise.
Connecting smart cities the smart way
Smart cities promise better and healthier urban environments through the adoption of city-based applications enabled by low-power, ruggedised environmental sensors and wireless connectivity – Michael Lok of Ruckus Wireless looks at some of the challenges.
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