Infotech Lead America: Ruckus Wireless has landed several large contracts from over a dozen high-density public venues around the world, including the Rio Tinto Stadium in Salt Lake City and the Chennai Stadium in India.
Ruckus Wireless will provide high capacity Wi-Fi products and technology to the 28,000 seater Rio Tinto stadium and the 50,000 seater Chennai Stadium. Smart Wi-Fi solutions meet the security requirements of the different Wi-Fi networks used in large, public venues, such as those for point-of-sale (POS), ticketing, business management systems, guest and contractors, special events and internet and walled garden access for fans.
Ruckus deployed a combination of ZoneFlex 7782-N outdoor APs and dual-band Ruckus ZoneFlex 7363 indoor APs in the Rio Tinto Stadium to provide coverage in the concourses, press boxes, and business offices.
Ruckus recently introduced a ‘Secure Hotspot’ technology that gets configured automatically. It is based on Ruckus patented Dynamic Pre-Shared Key (Dynamic PSK). Enterprises can use a unique pre shared key to get secured encrypted access to public network Wi-Fi services.
Some of the users of Ruckus’ latest technology are UCOPIA Communications, DeVos Place – a premier convention center, Austria Center Vienna, Bass Performance Hall, Cobb Galleria Centre, Earl’s Court Exhibition Hall, Ernest N. Morial New Orleans Convention Center, ExCel, Georgia World Congress Center, Imtech Arena, Irving Convention Center, Kuala Lumpur Performing Arts Centre ,La Cite Nantes Event Centre, Manchester Central, Moonee Valley Racing Club, Olympia Conference Center, Ontario Convention Center, Sears Center Arena, Sydney Entertainment Center, Time Warner Cable Arena and Xiamen International Convention Center.
Ruckus’ integration partner, ETI designed and installed an upgraded high-capacity Wi-Fi network with the Ruckus ZoneFlex system for the Kansas City Convention Center.
Earlier this month, Telecom NZ selected Ruckus Wireless’ technology to transform its conventional payphones into outdoor Wi-Fi hotspots.