Ruckus Wireless, the leader in advanced wireless systems for the mobile Internetworking market, today introduced the new access points of their ZoneFlex solutions ZoneFlex 7321 / 7982; high-speed, smart Wi-Fi products at GITEX 2012. The ZoneFlex 7321 and the ZoneFlex 7982 provide consistent performance within high-capacity environments bringing power and simplicity together for large-scale indoor deployments.
Wi-Fi technology is continuously evolving on a global level and Ruckus Wireless offers the latest systems in the Middle East. According to a recent report published by Boston Consulting Group, [i]the global internet usage will more than double by 2015, and most of these users will be mobile. Nader Baghdadi, Middle East Regional Director says “Ruckus Wireless recognizes this growth and offers the latest systems to enterprises in the Middle East to meet the demands this growth brings”.
Enterprises in the Middle East are also facing the challenge trends such as the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) phenomenon bring with them. As a result of the BYOD trend, Enterprises need a more reliable Wi-Fi performance that is not affected by the increased use of sophisticated devices and the growth of a greater demand for high bandwidth applications. “Ruckus Smart Wi-Fi products like the new ZoneFlex 7321 / 7982 use intelligence to meet these demands – they steer around any interference and slip past the obstacles rather than brute force”, added Baghdadi, Middle East Regional Director.
The ZoneFlex 7982 is designed to deliver consistent performance and maintain stable connections within high-capacity environments and to smart mobile devices that constantly change their location and orientation. The ZoneFlex 7982 is the only three-stream 802.11n access point to combine dynamic polarization diversity with adaptive antenna arrays and transmit beamforming to give customers up to a 4 times more improvement in Wi-Fi performance, signal gain and reception.
The ZoneFlex 7321 on the other hand is the industry’s most affordable dual-stream 802.11n access point that has the capability of running on either 2.4GHz or 5GHz with a click of a button. Performance is enhanced by up to 4dB with transmit beamforming capable clients.
The Ruckus Wireless ZoneFlex 7025 also on display at the Ruckus stand, effectively integrates high speed 2.4GHz 802.11n Wi-Fi technology with wired Ethernet ports into an elegant and low-profile wall jack that thoroughly fits into an electrical junction box.
Ruckus Wireless is addressing current technology trends in the region and discussing the future of Wi-Fi technology across various industries including Hospitality, Education, and Telco. Ruckus anticipates a solid 2012 close with an estimated 200% YoY achievement with plans to invest further in the Middle East.
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About Ruckus Wireless
Headquartered in Silicon Valley, Ruckus Wireless is a supplier of advanced wireless systems for the explosive mobile Internet market. The company provides a wide range of indoor and outdoor “Smart Wi-Fi” products for mobile operators, broadband service providers, and corporate enterprises around the world. Ranked as the top telecom company by Inc. Magazine and named a World Economic Forum Technology Pioneer, Ruckus invented and has patented state-of-the-art wireless technology, such as adaptive antenna arrays that focus and direct Wi-Fi transmissions over the best signal path, automatically avoiding sources of Wi-Fi interference. These unique capabilities extend signal range, increase client data rates and ensure consistent and reliable distribution of delay-sensitive multimedia content and services over standard 802.11 Wi-Fi. With over 55 patents, more than 12,000 customers, and 5,000 solution partners worldwide, Ruckus employs over 500 staff in 26 countries. To date, the company has shipped over 3 million Smart Wi-Fi systems to enterprises and carriers around the world.
For more information, visit http://www.ruckuswireless.com
[i] Boston Consulting Group, Mary Meeker, Kleiner Perkins, Morgan Stanley Research, Berg Insight via Business Insider