Ruckus Wireless, now part of Brocade, announced that Ruckus Service Provider Cloud, a fully customizable solution for service providers to deliver high value managed services to their customers. Ruckus SP Cloud is a managed service offering that provides enterprise wi-fi through their access points, in addition to upcoming support for in-building LTE service via Ruckus’ OpenG Technology based small cells and wired networking with Brocade ICX switches.
Ruckus SP Cloud lets service providers stay true to their brands while also significantly reducing required resources and speeding time-to-market, enabling them to more readily tap into the large and fast-growing enterprise managed services market opportunity. Unlike competitive offerings, Ruckus SP Cloud is purpose built for service providers, incorporating dedicated instances for each—including a choice of public or privately owned data center—with carrier-grade service level agreements (SLAs). Furthermore, Ruckus SP Cloud is designed to be customized, deployed and managed by systems integrators, providing a flexible, cost-effective, operator-specific platform for a range of high-performance enterprise managed networking services.
“At Ruckus, we are fully invested in offering service providers innovative options to grow their businesses while delivering the best experiences to their customers,” said Dan Rabinovitsj, chief operating officer, Ruckus Wireless Business Unit, Brocade. “Ruckus SP Cloud provides a simple and fast way for service providers to offer managed Wi-Fi, LTE and switching services, helping them create and deploy any way they want.”
“We’re thrilled to partner with Intersection, which enables premier smart city projects like LinkNYC, one of the largest and fastest free public Wi-Fi network in the world, which will soon extend to London and cities across the United Kingdom,” said Dan Rabinovitsj, COO, Ruckus Wireless Business Unit, Brocade. “The use of our Smart Wireless solutions, including carrier grade controllers, adaptive antenna technology and location based services, allows Intersection to continue to deliver more connected, seamless and human experiences across digital and physical worlds while also improving city operations.”
“Ruckus has been a great partner in helping to build the fastest Wi-Fi networks on the planet,” said Colin O’Donnell, Chief Innovation Officer of Intersection. “We’ve already seen success in New York and are gearing up to bring the fastest available Wi-Fi and digital innovation to new cities and communities around the world.”
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