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IoT Networking Systems
Build an IoT Access Network
Organizations seeking to deploy IoT solutions face a complex, fragmented ecosystem of standards, devices and services. This complexity often slows or stalls enterprise IoT deployments, due to uncertain return-on-investment. To encourage adoption, many enterprise IoT solution vendors have developed infrastructure silos that address a single use case but don't readily integrate with other silos, and don’t make use of existing infrastructure investments.
An IoT access network addresses these issues by consolidating multiple physical-layer networks into a single converged network. This common network simplifies IoT endpoint onboarding, establishes uniform security protocols and converges IoT endpoint management and policy-setting. In short, an IoT access network enables organizations to more quickly realize benefits from IoT use cases.
The RUCKUS IoT Suite simplifies the creation of IoT access networks through the reuse of LAN and WLAN infrastructure, thus shortening deployment duration and reducing the cost to support multiple IoT solutions.
RUCKUS IoT-Ready Access Points
RUCKUS access points accommodate RUCKUS IoT Modules to connect both Wi-Fi and non-Wi-Fi IoT endpoints. Check them out here:
RUCKUS IoT Modules
Radio or radio-and-sensor devices that connect to a RUCKUS IoT-ready AP to enable endpoint connectivity based on standards such as Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) and Zigbee. Read the RUCKUS IoT Data Sheet.
RUCKUS SmartZone network controllers are the first appliances in the industry that allow IT to manage both the LAN and the WLAN using a single, controller-managed system with a single user interface. Check out SmartZone.
RUCKUS IoT Controller
A virtual controller, deployed in tandem with a RUCKUS SmartZone OS-based controller, that performs connectivity, device and security management functions for non-WiFi devices, as well as facilitate disparate endpoint management coordination and APIs for northbound integration with analytics software and IoT cloud services. Read the RUCKUS IoT Data Sheet.
Ruckus SmartZone Family Data SheetDigital lifestyles sustained through mobile devices and applications, allow everyone to be more connected and productive, but concurrently intensify demands on operators, service providers and enterprises to improve network performance.
Ruckus R720 Data SheetA perfect storm of technology trends—the Internet of Things (IoT), bandwidth-hungry cloud and video applications, an explosion of new devices—is driving organizations in every industry to upgrade their WLAN infrastructure. 802.11ac Wave 2 can deliver the performance you need, but it can also quickly overload existing 1 Gbps backhaul connections. Who wants to bear the cost of running more Ethernet and using more switch ports to ensure greater throughput between wired and wireless?
Data Sheet: Ruckus R710Bandwidth-hungry voice and video applications. Internet of Things (IoT) connections. An explosion of new devices and content. With these kinds of demands, organizations in every industry need more from their Wi-Fi. But with hundreds of devices and nonstop wireless noise and interference, busy indoor spaces can make challenging wireless environments.
Data Sheet: Ruckus R610Busy indoor locations like classrooms, retail venues, and branch offices can be among the most challenging Wi-Fi environments. Dozens of users share the same crowded spectra and they all expect fast, reliable connectivity to their content and applications.
Data Sheet: Ruckus H510How many devices can you connect in a single room? It sounds like the start of a riddle. But if you operate a hotel, apartment building, or other multi-dwelling unit (MDU) structure, your answer can have a big impact on your bottom line.
IDC Technology Spotlight - Overcoming The Challenges Of Enterprise IoT AdoptionThe Internet of Things (IoT) is a natural evolution of the current technological and cultural environments. It will impact almost every industry and country around the world. IDC tracks IoT spending by organizations, governments, and consumers on a biannual basis and finds that the market momentum has been sustained year over year as stakeholders continue to invest in connected products and solutions.