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Under The Hood Of An Enterprise Access Point

by Jake Shehan February 13, 2014 Networking
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When looking at an enterprise-level access point typically you do not see much difference from one manufacturer to another on the surface. They usually have a plastic casing and typically are in a rectangular shape and come in some shade of off-white. You have some with external antennas and some with internal and they all […]

Business Builders: Custom Configuration Center

by Nick Miller September 10, 2013 Business

ScanSource has many things that set it apart from other distributors.  We do not think of you—the dealer and integrator community—as only our customers, but also our partners.  As business partners, it benefits everyone for you to grow and become more efficient.  Business Builders is a series of web seminars that focus on some of […]

The Industry’s Best Performing, Mobile-Ready, 2-Stream Access Point

by Allison Kitterman August 27, 2013 ScanSource Communications
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The next-generation Ruckus ZoneFlex™ 7372 is a sleek and low-profile design. The access point was purpose-built for cost-minded enterprises requiring reliable high-speed client connectivity.  It is ideal for a variety of enterprise and hotspot environments, including hotels, schools, retail outlets, branch offices, and public venues. The 7372 is also ideal for client performance with mobile […]

Power Meets Simplicity – Ruckus ZoneDirector 1100 Product Review

by Allison Kitterman August 16, 2013 ScanSource Catalyst
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IT staff love cool networking features but not if it requires tedious training and massive manuals. The Ruckus Smart/OS software and applications is just that: smart. It delivers a bunch of wireless LAN features not found in any other centrally managed system. And all the features are included in every ZoneDirector. Capabilities like: Adaptive wireless […]

Where’s the Ruckus?

by Jake Shehan August 9, 2013 Enterprise
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Below is a synopsis of the last blog post on the Ruckusroom.net. If you wish to read the full version, use the link at the bottom of this post. For years Gartner has been publishing a standalone enterprise wireless LAN magic quadrant. But in 2012, they made a fundamental change. They have decided to combine both […]

What is Hotspot 2.0?

by Jake Shehan June 5, 2013 Mobility
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Hotspot 2.0 (HS2.0) has been a work in process by the Wi-Fi community for better than half a decade. The goal for Hotspot 2.0 is to make the process of Wi-Fi roaming as easy to use and secure as a cellular connection. As you can probably guess, carriers are excited by the prospect of Hotspot 2.0 […]

How-To Guide to Upgrading a Ruckus 1100 Series ZoneDirector

by Jake Shehan May 29, 2013 Mobility
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Historically, the Ruckus Wireless 1100 Series Zone Directors  (Controllers) came in (4) flavors to choose from, managing 6, 12, 25, or 50 access points. It was a very easy solution that partners could scale up their systems up to 50 managed access points with license upgrades. Recently our friends at Ruckus have made some changes […]

Wi-Fi is no longer just another amenity for hotels; it’s a prerequisite for doing business.

by Allison Kitterman March 11, 2013 Networking
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Did you know Ruckus Wireless access points are deployed in major hotel chains across the world?  With the flexibility of the Ruckus 7025 AP, an in-room Wi-Fi wall switch, it is not wonder why.  The ZoneFlex 7025 integrates high-speed 2.4GHz 802.11n Wi-Fi technology with wired Ethernet ports into an elegant, inconspicuous and low-profile wall jack […]

Wi-Fi Forecast: Cloudy with a Chance of Showers

by Jake Shehan January 8, 2013 Cloud Computing
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Contributed by: Marcus Burton, Technical Marketing, Ruckus Wireless Wireless architectures are undergoing an identity crisis. As Wi-Fi gains favor and usurps wired access, Wi-Fi capabilities are changing quickly, causing significant disparity in WLAN architectures and implementation models.

Simplifying BYOD with Ruckus Wireless

by Jake Shehan September 28, 2012 Mobility

Every quarter it seems there is a new buzzword, and, no matter where you play in the technology space, you can’t get away from hearing or seeing it. The buzzword that is top of mind for nearly everyone in this industry for the past few months is Bring Your Own Device (BYOD). And unlike “Convergence” […]