Articles found: 105
Upleveling Your Network for Esports in Education
Just like any technology initiative, deploying or upgrading your network to enable esports, especially tournaments, requires planning. In this blog, we'll look at effective planning and alignment between esports and educational objectives.
Make Your Campus Smarter with Public Funding and Grants
The Ruckus Networks team's free, no-obligation Funding Support Program helps colleges and universities gain access to critical funds for their network infrastructure technology projects.
Unpacking the 2022 Defense Health Information Technology Symposium
As we look at a recap from the 2022 Defense Health Information Technology Symposium, this year's attendees discussed a number of trending topics of the industry, including supply chain and network stability. While uncertainty around supply chains has dogged vendors worldwide since the onset of the COVID pandemic, there are alternatives
Tapping into Local Talent to Shape the Dream of Digital India
Anand Jagannathan blogs on India's digital transformation progress and how CommScope is inspiring local innovation.
AVE Union, A Luxury Residential Community, Differentiates Itself with High-performance Enterprise Wireless Service
More Multi-Dwelling Unit (MDU) properties are opting for an enterprise-grade network instead of the traditional consumer-grade Wi-Fi. This blog explores how Cloudpath Enrollment System was pivotal in achieving the desired business outcome for AVE Union, a Ruckus Networks customer.
The Need for a Unified Network to Support Federal IoT Initiatives
When considering the federal Internet of Things (IoT) market, you’re looking at sensors with an extremely wide range of capabilities, network requirements and power needs.
6 GHz: The Sizzle, the Speed—and the Sobering Reality
Jim Palmer explains how a Wi-Fi specification’s exciting numbers don’t always translate directly into real-world application performance—and how some thoughtful reimagining of Wi-Fi architecture can unlock an entirely different kind of performance that’s worth getting excited about.
Make Every Hotel Guest Experience a Grand Symphony
As the world slowly emerges from the pandemic, the hospitality industry is looking at a brighter future. We’re seeing a modest return of travelers, with 71% occupancy in the top 25 markets—just the third time above 70% mark since the pandemic began. In many parts of the world, people are eager to hit the road and travel once again.