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Ruckus Wireless expands Unleashed access points

Holly Morgan | Feb. 4, 2016
The new products and capabilities are said to make it easier for small businesses to deploy Wi-Fi

Wireless systems company, Ruckus Wireless, has launched a new entry-level 802.11ac access point and extended its portfolio of Ruckus Unleashed access points.

According to Ruckus Wireless, the new products and capabilities make it easier for small businesses to deploy WiFi to meet their coverage needs.

The additions include the ZoneFlex R310 Unleashed, a controller-less version of the R310 and the ZoneFlex T300 Series Unleashed that is designed for outdoor connectivity.

Ruckus Wireless vice-president of marketing and business development, Kash Shaikh, said, “our new products help level the playing field for small businesses, local retailers, coffee shops and restaurants, so they can deliver a high-quality Wi-Fi experience indoors and outdoors, with a much lower total cost of ownership.”

In conjunction with the new access points, Ruckus Unleashed has added SmartMesh technology, designed to simplify management of controller-less WiFi networks.

Ruckus claimed with SmartMesh, small businesses no longer have to run Ethernet wiring to all indoor and outdoor access points.


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