Ruckus R850 WiFi6 AP (8x8:8 5GHz, 4x4:4 2.4GHz), PoH/uPoE/802.3at power.
Ruckus R850 WiFi6 AP (8x8:8 5GHz, 4x4:4 2.4GHz), PoH/uPoE/802.3at power.

The RUCKUS R850 is based on the latest WiFi standard, WiFi6, which bridges the performance gap from ‘gigabit’ WiFi to ‘multi-gigabit’ WiFi in support of the insatiable demand for better and faster WiFi.

The RUCKUS R850 is our highest capacity dual-band, dual-concurrent WiFi6 access point (AP) that supports 12 spatial streams (8x8:8 in 5GHz, 4x4:4 in 2.4GHz). The R850, with OFDMA, TWT and MU-MIMO capabilities, efficiently manages up to 1,024 client connections with increased capacity, improved coverage and performance in ultra-high dense environments. Furthermore, a 5 Gbps multi-gigabit Ethernet port mitigates backhaul capacity bottlenecks.

Additionally, the R850 is IoT- and LTE-ready, and supports wireless standards beyond Wi-Fi in combination with the RUCKUS IoT Suite and our CBRS/OpenG modules.

The R850 addresses the increasing client demands in transit hubs, auditoriums, stadiums, conference centers, and other highly tUafœcked indoor spaces. It is the perfect choice for dataintensive streaming multimedia applications like 4K video transmissions, while supporting latency sensitive voice and data applications with stringent quality-of-service requirements.

The R850 when paired with the RUCKUS Ultra-High-Density Technology Suite found only in the RUCKUS Wi-Fi portfolio, dramatically improves network performance through a combination of patented wireless innovations and learning algorithms that includes:

· Airtime Decongestion: Increases average network throughput in heavily congested environments

· Transient Client Management: Reduces interference traffic from unconnected Wi-Fi devices

· BeamFlex Antennas: Extended coverage and optimized throughput with patented multidirectional antennas and radio patterns

Whether you’re deploying ten or ten thousand APs, the R850 is also easy to manage through our collection of on-premises or cloud-based management options.

Ruckus R850

Autor: Support