Create Future-Proof Networks at ISTE 2018
Ruckus @ ISTE Booth #2332 | June 25 - 27, 2018
Scalable. Reliable. Secure.
Our solutions simplify network set-up and management, while enhancing security and poising IT administrators in K12 to create a smart campus nimble enough to easily scale to the ever changing needs of the K12 environment.
Ruckus can help you provide secure, reliable and hassle-free network access to your students; your proven platform for student engagement.
Stop by ISTE 2018 (Booth 2332) to learn more about:
- Immersive & Personalized Learning
- Campus Efficiency
- Reliable, Scalable Networks
- Secure Device Onboarding
- Student Data Privacy
Plus, experience the Lenovo VR Classroom immersive learning experience at our booth!
To learn more about the event visit ISTE 2018 website.
Alma School District
Improves Their Wireless GPA
Lesmurdie, Australia. 850 students. Fast switching delivers 45x faster downloads.
Silver Valley Unified School District
Chichester High School
Sussex, U.K. 1,500 students. Scalable wired networks for BYOD.
Windsor, U.K. 1,300 students. Secure, high capacity networks for BYOD, digital classrooms and boarding rooms.
Minooka Intermediate School
Illinois. 4,500 students. Replaced complex Aironet with simple Ruckus Cloud Wi-Fi.
St. Jozefs College
Aalst, Belgium. 1,200 students. Outperformed Aerohive to deliver future-proof Wi-Fi network.
Louisville, KY. 3,000 students. High capacity wired and wireless networks power 1:1 learning.
Forest Hills Public School District
Michigan. 10,000 students. 1:1 Chromebooks needed more than 30 devices per AP.
San Francisco Unified School District
Smarter Wireless that “Just Works” Transforms the Educational Process in over 130 Schools with Tens of Thousands of Wi-Fi Users
Victor Central School District
Victor, NY. 4,500 students. Replaces Aruba with Ruckus W-Fi for 1:1 learning and secure onboarding.
Columbia Public Schools
Nation’s First Deployment of 802.11ac Wave 2 Technology Shows How Schools Can Stay Ahead of Insatiable Wireless Demands
Lodi Unified School District
Planning for the Future, Lodi USD Makes The Move To 802.11ac to Combat Device Explosion and Growing Capacity Demands
San Leandro Unified School District
California. 8,800 students. Scalable wired network for investment protection.