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ZoneDirector 1200 901-1205 | ZoneDirector 1200
The Affordable, Wi-Fi Controller For Businesses
901-1205 | ZoneDirector 1200
  • Number of Access Points Supported: 150
  • Client Capacity: 4000
  • Ethernet Port Types: 2 x GbE
901-1205 | ZoneDirector 1200
  • Number of Access Points Supported: 150
  • Client Capacity: 4000
  • Ethernet Port Types: 2 x GbE
FlexMaster 901-FME0 | FlexMaster
Centralized Wi-Fi Management
Ruckus Unleashed 9U1-0000 | Ruckus Unleashed
Wi-Fi for the SMB
Ruckus Cloud Wi-Fi CLOUD-WIFI | Ruckus Cloud Wi-Fi
Exceptional Wi-Fi Managed From The Cloud
SmartZone - Data Plane L09-SZD | SmartZone - Data Plane
Scalable Wireless LAN Data Plane Appliance
Ruckus Network Director L09-VRND-WW00 | Ruckus Network Director
Centralized Inventory Control of Your Converged Ruckus Network
SmartZone 100 P01-S100 | SmartZone 100
Scalable network controller for mid-sized enterprises
SmartZone 300 P01-S300 | SmartZone 300
Scalable network controller for service providers and large enterprises
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    Five Advantages Of A Converged Edge Network

    As organizations rush to keep up with bring-your-own-device (BYOD) initiatives, work environments morph to more flexible design and applications move to the cloud, IT organizations are struggling to keep up. The converged edge network is about bringing together the management of both the LAN and wireless LAN (WLAN) environments, creating organizational and financial savings, and providing users a better experience. At CommScope, we have identified five key advantages for pursuing a converged edge network.
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    Five Advantages Of A Converged Edge Network

    As organizations rush to keep up with bring-your-own-device (BYOD) initiatives, work environments morph to more flexible design and applications move to the cloud, IT organizations are struggling to keep up. The converged edge network is about bringing together the management of both the LAN and wireless LAN (WLAN) environments, creating organizational and financial savings, and providing users a better experience. At CommScope, we have identified five key advantages for pursuing a converged edge network.
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