WhyReboot announces the industry launch of two new Ruckus Wi-Fi Certified 6 products, the R550 and the R850 Indoor Access Points. The new Wi-Fi 6 Certified products are compatible with Cumulus6, a fully cloud-employed network management, analytics, and self-repairing software.
The Ruckus R550 gives integrators the reliability, robustness and capacity capabilities of Ruckus APs for a lower price than the flagship models.
With the R550 and R850, customer networks are converged to allow customers to eliminate siloed networks and unify Wi-Fi and IoT technologies into one single network by using built-in BLE and Zigbee.
It can also expand to any future wireless technologies. Users will benefit from the Wi-Fi Certified 6 technology that delivers higher capacity, improved coverage, and affordability in dense environments, according to the company.
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The Ruckus R850 Wi-Fi Certified 6 indoor access point, the successor to the R730, provides ultra-high-performance for those clients with the insatiable demand for better and faster Wi-Fi in dense environments.
Like the R550, the R850 has better mesh networking capabilities to reduce expensive cabling and complex mesh configurations to dynamically create self-forming, self-healing mesh networks. These, and other, network features are managed via WhyReboot’s Cumulus6.
“We’re really excited to have these state-of-the-art Wi-Fi products available for our integrators,” said Bjørn Jensen, CEO of WhyReboot. “Like the other Cumulus6-compatible APs, the new R550 and R850 can be ordered, programmed while en route, and delivered to either the integrator or directly to the customer for self-installation.”