Ruckus Wi-Fi Analytics Software Reviews & Details

The company provides Wi-Fi solutions to service providers and enterprises worldwide. Ruckus offers SmartZone, a line of carrier-grade wireless access and management products that include SmartZone controllers, as well as software solutions, such as virtual SmartZone Data Plane. Additionally, the company offers ZoneDirector, a Wi-Fi controller that streamlines the configuration and management of Ruckus Smart Wi-Fi access points. Furthermore, the company also provides ZoneFlex indoor and outdoor access points, which support various virtual WLANs, Wi-Fi encryption, and advanced traffic handling, as well as point-to-point and multipoint bridges; and Unleashed, controller less indoor Wi-Fi access points for small business owners. Furthermore, Ruckus offers Wi-Fi-related cloud services, such as location-based positioning, certificate-based security, and on-boarding of Wi-Fi devices. Ruckus recently launched the Ruckus Cloud Wi-Fi to integrate the benefits of cloud services to the Wi-Fi services. The company caters to various verticals, such as education, hospitality, and MDUs, public venues, retail, service providers, SMEs, and smart cities. The company has an employee base of more than 1,000, with a strong presence in the Americas, Europe, MEA, and APAC regions. Ruckus also provides technical support and maintenance programs for its hardware and software products comprising problem identification and resolution services. Ruckus Networks was founded in 2004 and is headquartered in California, US. The company was initially known as Ruckus Wireless; it went public in 2012; in 2016, it became a part of Brocade Communications Systems; and in 2018, it was acquired by ARRIS International. The company provides Wi-Fi solutions to service providers and enterprises worldwide. Ruckus offers SmartZone, a line of carrier-grade wireless access and management products that include SmartZone controllers, as well as software solutions, such as virtual SmartZone Data Plane. Additionally, the company offers ZoneDirector, a Wi-Fi controller that streamlines the configuration and management of Ruckus Smart Wi-Fi access points. Furthermore, the company also provides ZoneFlex indoor and outdoor access points, which support various virtual WLANs, Wi-Fi encryption, and advanced traffic handling, as well as point-to-point and multipoint bridges; and Unleashed, controller less indoor Wi-Fi access points for small business owners. Furthermore, Ruckus offers Wi-Fi-related cloud services, such as location-based positioning, certificate-based security, and on-boarding of Wi-Fi devices. Ruckus recently launched the Ruckus Cloud Wi-Fi to integrate the benefits of cloud services to the Wi-Fi services. The company caters to various verticals, such as education, hospitality, and MDUs, public venues, retail, service providers, SMEs, and smart cities.

USP : Ruckus primary service offered in the Wi-Fi analytics market is the Ruckus SPoT, which offers smart positioning Wi-Fi services. Ruckus SPoT comes in 2 levels: SPoT Point and SPoT Presence. The SPoT Point finds the client’s location dynamically with the help of drop-pin analytics, within a range of 5–10 meters at 80% confidence. SPoT Presence utilizes the proximity analytics to find out the complete number of devices positioned at the nearest Access Point (AP). The key features provided by SPoT include footfall traffic visualization via heat maps, zone, floor, or venue. One can view the hourly, daily, weekly, and monthly data up to 30 days with SPoT Presence and up to 90 days with SPoT Point. Its real-time heat map provides information on a per-minute basis, which is auto-refreshed along with the total footfall counter. Ruckus focuses on both organic and inorganic strategy to gain a competitive edge in the market. For instance, in-line with its organic growth strategy, in July 2016, Ruckus launched the Ruckus Cloud Wi-Fi, a WLAN management-as-a-service, which helps organizations use wireless services, along with the benefits of cloud services. Additionally, in 2016, the company launched Ruckus Cloud Wi-Fi, catering to the demands of its dynamic customer base. In-line with its inorganic growth strategy, in October 2015, Ruckus acquired Cloudpath Networks, a provider of secure Wi-Fi onboarding software. This acquisition helps deliver a secure and user-friendly policy management for BYOD and IT devices in the retail, education, and hospitality industries.

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