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12 Mar

College students need food, sleep… and Wi-Fi. [VIDEO]">College students need food, sleep… and Wi-Fi. [VIDEO]

By TheRuckusRoom How important is Wi-Fi to education? When it comes to earning a college degree, reliable Wi-Fi is essential. Students want to be connected anywhere, any time in classrooms, dorm rooms, student centers, stadiums, or just walking across the quad. Reliable Wi-Fi is not only fundamental in promoting consistent learning, but it is...
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09 Mar

How Shared Spectrum Can Improve In-Building Cellular">How Shared Spectrum Can Improve In-Building Cellular

By TheRuckusRoom By: Juan Santiago, Director of Product Management You’ve been there before: You popped into a store and wanted to look something up on your smartphone while waiting in line. However, the cell signal shows just one lousy bar. You consider logging on to Wi-Fi but there are multiple inconvenient steps that...
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09 Feb

Bringing Fast, Reliable and Secure Wi-Fi to the MDU">Bringing Fast, Reliable and Secure Wi-Fi to the MDU

By TheRuckusRoom In the multi-dwelling housing market, amenities are king! This message is consistent across the board within condos, student housing and assisted living management organizations where everyone understands that potential tenants want one thing: amenities. And in this day and age, the number one tenant amenity is Wi-Fi. Whether it is a...
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15 Jan

The Best Hotels for Free Wi-Fi">The Best Hotels for Free Wi-Fi

By WiFiNovation Regardless of where you’re staying, hotel Wi-Fi always seems like a crapshoot. Sometimes it’s free, sometimes it’s expensive, and oftentimes it’s so slow it doesn’t matter. Over on Hotel WiFi Test, they take a look at which hotels tend to have the fastest, cheapest Wi-Fi. Hotel WiFi breaks down their results...
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12 Jan

What’s next for Wi-Fi? A second wave of 802.11ac devices, and then: 802.11ax">What’s next for Wi-Fi? A second wave of 802.11ac devices, and then: 802.11ax

By WiFiNovation Now that blazing-fast routers based on the IEEE 802.11ac standard are finally entering the mainstream, intrepid engineers are busily cooking up all-new hardware that will make that gear’s performance seem quaint by comparison. That’s not to say 802.11ac is about to fall by the wayside—after all, the IEEE didn’t officially ratify...
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