California based Wi-Fi technology company Ruckus Wireless deployed Smart Wi-Fi wireless network Ruckus ZoneFlex R710 access point (AP), which is based on Wave 2 features of the 802.11ac standard at the annual Interop Las Vegas show.
Ruckus announced that the new Smart Wi-Fi is the world’s first Wi-Fi AP based on Wave 2 features of the 802.11ac standard.
The company highlighted that the 710 is capable of providing the highest performance Smart Wi-Fi access point, Wi-Fi monetisation with Internet of Things (IoT) technologies, and increased device density.
The network provides up to up to 6 dB of signal-to-interference and noise (SINR) improvement.
It also provides reliable mobile device connectivity with BeamFlex+ dual polarised adaptive antennas, and is capable of providing 1733 Mbps (5 GHz) and 800 Mbps (2.4 GHz) of user throughput.
Ruckus Wireless said: "Initial performance statistics of the Interop Ruckus 802.11ac Wave 2 enabled Smart Wi-Fi network on Day 1 of the Interop Las Vegas Expo (Tuesday, April 28) showed there were 2,790 unique concurrent devices connected during peak usage time, with nearly 1 TB of data transferred, operating in the face of over 4,000 interfering rogue devices."