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The benefits of moving your business to 802.11ac wave 2
Businesses have been forced to decide whether to stick with the current 802.11 protocol standard or wait for new ones to be released.
Lukewarm 2015 for WLAN market
The figures show enterprise WLAN revenues declined for Cisco, with Aruba-HP Enterprise performing just below the market for the fourth quarter.
Ruckus Wireless unleashes at Clooneys
Resellers headed to Clooney's on Friday night to hear about Ruckus Wireless' plans for the local market and catch up with Ruckus CEO, Selina Lo.
WLAN market takes a hit ahead of wave two of 802.11ac
The WLAN market contracted in Q2, as anticipation of wave two of 802.11ac and economic uncertainty took hold, while HP WLAN uncertainty saw HP drop.
Wi-Fi calling dials New Zealand
With Skype and WhatsApp snapping at their heels, mobile phone operators are turning to Wi-Fi calling of their own, aided by iOS 8 and Hotspot 2.0.
Connector Systems' deal brings WaaS to resellers
Connector Systems' resellers can now offer a WiFi-as-a-service offering, after the distributor inked an exclusive distribution deal with CloudRuckus.
Connector Systems Xclaims new brand
Connector Systems is targeting the SMB wireless market with a new deal with Ruckus Wireless' Xclaim brand.
Ruckus: Look to cloud to offer Wi-Fi services and gain more
Putting Wi-Fi smarts in the cloud enables businesses to offer Wi-Fi as a valueadded service – and monetise it, says Ruckus Wireless' Renilda Saguil.
Connector Systems riding high on record sales
"Wireless accounted for 30-40% of our business for the month and the numbers were massive."
Ruckus Wireless unveils first purpose-built 802.11ac Wi-Fi product
Ruckus Wireless has unveiled the Ruckus ZoneFlex R700, the world’s first dual-band, three-stream indoor Wi-Fi product specifically designed from the ground up built on the new 802.11ac standard.
Strong Q2 for Ruckus Wireless
Company adds 15 new service provider end-customers and over 2,900 new enterprise end-customers during second quarter, reaching over 27,300 total end-customers worldwide.
Ding, ding, next round in Cisco vs Ruckus
The slanging match between wireless companies Cisco and Ruckus continues.
Telecom NZ chooses Ruckus for Wi-Fi access points
Ruckus Wireless selected by Telecom NZ to transform conventional payphones into ultra fast, outdoor Wi-Fi hotspots in locations across the country.
Ruckus grows its Wi-Fi ANZ team
Rapid expansion for Ruckus, who announce two senior appointments into its sales and support team in Auckland and Sydney.
Ruckus increases education effort with online certification
Company introduces online training portal to increase the knowledge of both potential customers and resellers.
Ruckus valuable patent portfolios hits top 10
Company nails high ranking in the Communications Equipment Category for the first time during 2012.
Ruckus wireless used for The Hobbit premiere
Company commended following busiest networking day in the city during Hobbit launch.
Ruckus University in Wgtn & Chch this week
Company announces dates and locations of its multi-city Ruckus University On Tour (Ruck-U) New Zealand roadshow.
Ruckus Wireless files $100m IPO
Wireless-networking provider filed to raise $100m in a U.S. initial public offering, following claims of going public earlier this year.
Techplus rebrands as Connector Systems
Distributor merges into New Zealand based parent company following its acquisition earlier this year.
Ruckus appoints second NZ distributor
The wireless access point vendor has introduced a second New Zealand based distributor.
Launch events with Ruckus next month
Partners invited to check out two new products from wireless specialists.
Why have Ruckus launched an iPad app?
Find out what's on offer in wireless company's 'wi-filicious' app for resellers and end users.
Connector Systems rapidly leveraging Aussie asset
Connector Systems is wasting no time in putting its recently established Australian presence to work.