By: Tom Clavel, Enterprise Product Marketing. From theruckusroom.net.
When I was a kid, my parents would tell me “Do your job well, make a difference, and everything else will follow.” Well, that’s exactly what we at Ruckus have been doing: focusing on delivering a superior Wi-Fi experience to customers around the world. And the world is taking notice.
Ruckus, now a business unit within Brocade, was just recognized by industry analyst firm, IHS Markit, as a Leader in its annual “2016 Wireless LAN Infrastructure Vendor Scorecard”. Earlier in January, IDC also named Ruckus as a Leader in its annual “MarketScape: Worldwide Enterprise WLAN 2016-2016 Vendor Assessment”, where we were recognized for our RF innovation and portfolio enhancements.
The recognition from IHS and IDC is a testimonial to what our customers and partners already know – Ruckus is constantly looking for innovative ways to deliver a simply better wireless solution with flexible offerings and a focus on RF performance. Patented Ruckus technologies such as BeamFlex+ and ChannelFly provide more reliable wireless connectivity and higher device density per access point in the most challenging environments.
This past year, we streamlined our focus to deliver superior RF functionality and added new architecture options such as virtual, controller-less, and even cloud-based management platforms. We’ve expanded our access points with the most advanced 802.11ac Wave 2 offering now indoor and outdoor, from the entry-level to the high-density offering.
Though analyst opinions matter (a lot!), we wouldn’t be anywhere without our customers. Kudos come directly from users worldwide, from many industries. Our customers can now benefit from superior Wi-Fi with any type of deployment and architecture, offering the utmost flexibility and a solid user experience.
All of us at Ruckus are excited to continue this journey and offer a powerful access portfolio and high-performing wireless technology for our customers. We’ve taken some considerable steps in the enterprise WLAN infrastructure market. We are glad IHS and IDC have taken notice. But even more important to us, we are glad our customers are happy too.