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2014: carriers embrace the Wi-Fi opportunity

Throughout 2013 we have seen further adoption of Wi-Fi by mobile operators, as carriers look to ease congestion on their networks and provide customers with the best possible experience. In fact, according to a Wireless Broadband Alliance survey of its global carrier and vendor members, 22 per cent of new data capacity will come from carrier owned and managed Wi-Fi networks in the coming year

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Small cell market to almost quadruple by 2016, macro revenues impacted

SP WiFi fastest growth segment – Ruckus, Ericsson, Cisco current leaders

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Wi-Fi - no longer ignored by mobile operators

Operators in Western Europe need to save $30 billion in mobile access network costs between now and 2016 according to latest research from Analysys Mason. The research firm points to Wi-Fi, in a small cell configuration, as the cost-effective alternative to building new base station sites. Analysys Mason recommends that a mixture of outdoor and indoor Wi-Fi access points should be used to augment existing capacity

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Ruckus simplifies the authentication, security and troubleshooting of Wi-Fi-enabled smart mobile devices with FlexConnect

Ruckus Wireless announced FlexConnect™, a unique collection of patented technologies that streamline the provisioning and security of a wide range of smart mobile devices to better enable corporations to deal with the barrage of new Wi-Fi-enabled devices hitting enterprise networks


Ruckus Wireless donates three complete 802.11n wireless LANs to deserving K-12 school districts in Back-to-School Wi-Fi Makeover

500 words or less and a YouTube video is all It takes for any school district to win one of three wireless LANs, winning schools and videos to be announced at National ISTE Conference