Ruckus Wireless has announced the dates and locations of its multi-city Ruckus University On Tour (Ruck-U) New Zealand roadshow.
The one-day highly interactive Wi-Fi education program takes place in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch during the first week of December.
And the best news is that it is free!
The jam packed program is ideal for CTOs, CIOs, IT managers, network managers, reseller principals or systems integrators looking to understand what is driving Wi-Fi adoption globally, learn more about new Wi-Fi technologies as well as the nuances of Wi-Fi deployment.
The Ruck-U roadshow features GT Hill coming from the USA to deliver the day’s program. GT is a former wireless trainer for CWNP and Global Knowledge and is a Wi-Fi expert with an extensive understanding of supplier products and technologies.
Topics covered include: the fundamentals of 802.11 Wi-Fi, deploying for high user density, dealing with BYOD, and emerging standards such as 802.11u and 802.11ac.
Dates for Ruckus University On Tour in New Zealand:
4 December - Auckland
5 December - Wellington
7 December - Christchurch
Go to www.ruckuswireless.com/ruck-u for full location details, agenda and registration.
Renilda Saguil, Ruckus Wireless New Zealand Sales Manager, said, “Ruckus University presents a fabulous opportunity for anyone involved in today’s connectivity challenges to hear about the what, how, why and where of Wi-Fi today.
"Delegates will not only enjoy a highly interactive day hearing about today’s Wi-Fi momentum, milestones and adoption but will be mesmerised by GT who brings it all to life.”
Due to space considerations, seating is restricted and registration is on a first come, first-served basis. To register, go to www.ruckuswireless.com/ruck-u.
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Ruckus also recently launched its new advanced Smart Wi-Fi products, technologies, professional services and training packages that address the growing challenges faced by service providers to support thousands of simultaneous Wi-Fi users within high-capacity venues and locations.
As more Wi-Fi-capable devices enter the market, the average number of clients in any given area of a network increases dramatically.
In the case of extremely dense venues - such as stadiums, arenas, airports or exhibition halls - these very dense populations introduce significant stress on the network and require specific design considerations such as the density and placement of Wi-Fi access points, the number of clients needing to connect, radio frequency (RF) noise and dealing with increased interference.