Ruckus solutions and products for service providers.

What is the main difference?

Scalability is certainly an important factor in growing systems to great size. For example, if an operator has 20,000 Wi-Fi APs and 2,000 switches with customers, significant savings can be made in their handling and network management. It also has much better quality and tracking tools. An important umbrella for operating products is openness and full REST API support for all operations, so the entire Ruckus solution can be integrated with other management systems, business software, and more. This is not SNMP management from the last century where it is very difficult to create a workable solution due to the lack of semantics.

Are you in a Wi-Fi carrier class?

There do not seem to be many companies in small Estonia, which still belong to this class, but the solution is already used by several telecom operators in Estonia. However, if you look at New York and Moscow, the handling of 10,000 is common there. But if Estonia is so small is it necessary here? However, this is not the case, as the systems are incrementally scalable and the initial procurement costs have been greatly reduced, so you can already start successfully with a few hundred APs.

What comes in near future?

Wi-Fi service providers' networks typically have thousands of Wi-Fi access points, some in a public room and some as customers' private networks. Multifunction access points already offer IoT access service and Q-series Wi-Fi access points also offer LTE services (currently in the US, still being tested in Europe).

Ruckus plans to be a solution provider for telecom operators and Wi-Fi public spaces.

Products for teleoperators

Ruckus H510 Wall-Mounted 802.11ac Wi-Fi Access Point and Switch

The H510 is a perfect choice for delivering converged services in hospitality and residential locations such as hotel guest rooms, student residence halls, apartments, and other MDU structures.

Metrolinq 2.5G 60 GHz PtP link.

Metrolinq 2.5G point to point gigabit bandwidth links operate at 60 GHz millimeter wave frequency and also have a 5 GHz backup link, which ensures better connection availability in all weather conditions and when the antenna is shifted.

Smartcell Insight

Insight is based on Smartzone's open northbound API, which is not log file analytics, but a higher level of KPI metric analytics and reporting technology.

Ruckus Analytics software enhanced with AI.

Ruckus unveiled in March 2020 a new network analytics cloud software based on artificial intelligence, significantly reducing the time it takes to diagnose errors and solve problems. The system is […]