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Ruckus Mobile Internetworking Solutions for Carriers

Using NFV to enable scalable managed WLAN service offeringsMobile operators and broadband service providers everywhere are under pressure to offer better network performance to keep up with insatiable subscriber demand for bandwidth. But the implications are dire: the cost of transporting data is expected to outpace revenue, and a poor user experience resulting from network congestion will result in churn, one of the largest costs operators incur.

Wi-Fi presents an attractive option and complimentary technology for operators looking to scale capacity, efficiency and footprint of their existing macro networks. Leveraging patented Smart Wi-Fi technology that delivers unprecedented reliability within the unlicensed spectrum, the new Ruckus Mobile Internet solution was purpose-built for the stringent requirements of Tier 1 and Tier 2 operators.

Ruckus Mobile Internet solutions let service providers deliver reliable, indoor/outdoor, always-on, broadband services using Smart Wi-Fi technology at a fraction of the cost and complexity of conventional macro alternatives.

No spectrum licenses, long lead times or complex configuration. Using dual-band 802.11n technology, dynamic beamforming and smart, adaptive mesh networking, operators can now deploy a complete, end-to-end, managed wireless infrastructure that provides consistent broadband performance for a broad range of applications such as:

  • Wireless Broadband Access

    Enabling, large-scale reliable broadband access using smart Wi-Fi in locations where fixed line or macro wireless technologies are not available or cost effective.

  • 3G/4G Offload

    Using Smart Wi-Fi to increase capacity and coverage while easing data congestion on cellular infrastructures

  • Managed WLAN Services

    Extending branded broadband services into public venues, hotels, schools and other enterprise environments while enabling new sources of recurring revenue.

  • Backhaul

    Long-range, affordable and high-speed Wi-Fi backhaul for LTE, GSM and wireless broadband access.

  • Small Cell

    Installing a Wi-Fi infrastructure is the first step in securing locations so that the MNO can evolve to Wi-Fi and small cell LTE solutions

  • Cable MSO Services

    Cable operators are aggressively deploying Wi-Fi services as they see it as a way to reduce customer churn and generate incremental revenue.

  • Designing for High Density: Stadiums and Arenas

    Much of the congestion in cellular networks is driven by very high concentrations of data users in high-density venues. Wi-Fi is ideally suited to the challenges of designing for density.

  • Smart Cities

    Smart Cities have become a very important topic in recent years. There are many different elements to a Smart City deployment of which one of the most important is broadband wireless connectivity. Cities want this connectivity to attract more businesses into the community, increase tourism, enable a host of new public services, and support internal city operations. There is also a very strong desire that these networks be "free", which tends to introduce business model challenges.