SmartRow Plus

VERTIV

The SmartRowTM Plus solutions provide a cost-effective power, thermal management and infrastructure management, to help you achieve your IT objectives regardless of data center size and complexity.


Infrastructure Challenges


Setting up a data center involves lot of complexity with multitude of pain points for
IT Manager like :

 

  • Ever increasing real estate price/rental

  • Power and cooling cost

  • Upgrade challenges with increased demand

  • Setting up infrastructure in remote locations


Failure to properly design and deploy physical infrastructure can lead to under utilized systems, stranded capacity and higher operating costs, preventing you from gaining the full advantage of your data center.

Smart Cabinet

Enter SmartCabinet - a pre-configured, self-contained solution that offers the efficiency, economy,interoperability, and control to implement an exceptional infrastructure strategy

Economical - Reduces implementation costs compared to conventional solutions
Simplified - Maximize use of existing infrastructure and gets up-and-running in a matter of weeks
Controllable - Enforce add / change policies, speeds IT administration request response times significantly

 

Aruba

Industry-Specific Networking & Security Solutions

Explore industry-specific solutions engineered to meet today’s most challenging use cases designed for your unique business needs, stakeholders and bottom-line.​

 

Ruckus Wi-Fi 6 and Wi-Fi 6E

Wi-Fi CERTIFIED 6™ (Wi-Fi 6) brings higher capacity, efficiency, and performance to enterprises, distributed offices, and small businesses. Beyond Wi-Fi 6, Wi-Fi 6 extended (Wi-Fi 6E) aims to support mobile users, IoT devices, and latency-sensitive applications in the 6GHz band.

 

What is Wi-Fi 6?

Wi-Fi 6 is the latest generation in Wi-Fi technology. Also known as "802.11ax,” Wi-Fi 6 was originally built in response to support more connected devices, but with OFDMA, TWT, BSS Coloring, and more, Wi-Fi 6 has become so much more. Wi-Fi 6 delivers:

  • Faster network performance—up to four times faster than 802.11ac

  • Greater capacity—for simultaneous support of users and "things"

  • Enhanced reliability—changing Wi-Fi from “best-efforts” to a deterministic medium

 

What is Wi-Fi 6E?

On April 23, 2020, the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) voted unanimously to allocate 1,200 megahertz (MHz) of spectrum for unlicensed use in the 5.925-7.125 GHz (6 GHz) band. At the same time, the Wi-Fi Alliance extended the Wi-Fi 6 standard (802.11ax) to include the new 6 GHz band. The result is Wi-Fi 6 extended or Wi-Fi 6E. Wi-Fi 6E is significant in that it represents the first-ever expansion of the Wi-Fi spectrum.

Best-In-Class

RUCKUS Wi-Fi sets the benchmark for enterprise wireless performance.

Universal APs

Are the enterprise APs you own flexible enough to be manageable by a physical or virtual controller, a controller-less option, or the cloud? Ours can.

Ruckus Wi-Fi 6 and Wi-Fi 6E

Wi-Fi CERTIFIED 6™ (Wi-Fi 6) brings higher capacity, efficiency, and performance to enterprises, distributed offices, and small businesses. Beyond Wi-Fi 6, Wi-Fi 6 extended (Wi-Fi 6E) aims to support mobile users, IoT devices, and latency-sensitive applications in the 6GHz band.

 

What is Wi-Fi 6?

Wi-Fi 6 is the latest generation in Wi-Fi technology. Also known as "802.11ax,” Wi-Fi 6 was originally built in response to support more connected devices, but with OFDMA, TWT, BSS Coloring, and more, Wi-Fi 6 has become so much more. Wi-Fi 6 delivers:

  • Faster network performance—up to four times faster than 802.11ac

  • Greater capacity—for simultaneous support of users and "things"

  • Enhanced reliability—changing Wi-Fi from “best-efforts” to a deterministic medium

 

What is Wi-Fi 6E?

On April 23, 2020, the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) voted unanimously to allocate 1,200 megahertz (MHz) of spectrum for unlicensed use in the 5.925-7.125 GHz (6 GHz) band. At the same time, the Wi-Fi Alliance extended the Wi-Fi 6 standard (802.11ax) to include the new 6 GHz band. The result is Wi-Fi 6 extended or Wi-Fi 6E. Wi-Fi 6E is significant in that it represents the first-ever expansion of the Wi-Fi spectrum.

Converged APs

Without careful planning for IoT, networks will evolve to support many overlay networks. The RUCKUS portfolio addresses this with a single converged network.

Best-In-Class

RUCKUS Wi-Fi sets the benchmark for enterprise wireless performance.

Universal APs

Are the enterprise APs you own flexible enough to be manageable by a physical or virtual controller, a controller-less option, or the cloud? Ours can.

Ruckus 

The proliferation of mobile devices within homes of all types is creating new performance and management challenges for home owners. Not only are users now armed with multiple Wi-Fi-enabled devices that are much more mobile in nature compared to traditional laptops, but network infrastructure services and devices, such as printers, projectors, digital media receivers and file servers, are becoming mobile with the integration of Wi-Fi.

Ruckus Wireless

New mobile devices such as Apple iPhones, iPads and Apple TV operating on Wi-Fi networks can generate large volumes of traffic as these multicast protocols constantly advertise the availability of the devices. This broadcast traffic is transmitted at lower speeds and spills across the entire wireless local area network (WLAN), slowing down the performance and capacity of WLANs.

Ruckus Wi-Fi networks

Beyond controlling new mobile traffic on Wi-Fi networks, the use of mobile devices such as tablets and smartphones present new performance and connectivity problems as the orientation of these devices constantly change. With Ruckus technology these problems have been solved, demonstrating why you need Ruckus.

RUCKUS IoT SUITE

Organizations seeking to deploy IoT solutions face a complex, fragmented ecosystem of standards, devices and services that often slows or stalls enterprise IoT deployments. To encourage adoption, enterprise IoT solution vendors develop verticallyintegrated, proprietary infrastructure silos that often address only a single problem but that do not readily integrate with other silos and offer limited opportunity for infrastructure reuse. The net result is that even successful IoT deployments require redundant network infrastructure, additional security apparatus and extensive integration services. The Ruckus IoT Suite, is a collection of network hardware and software infrastructure components that enable organizations to build a secure IoT access network that addresses these issues. The Ruckus IoT Suite consolidates multiple physical-layer IoT networks into a single network enabling organizations to more quickly realize benefits from IoT investments.

RUCKUS IoT SUITE

Organizations seeking to deploy IoT solutions face a complex, fragmented ecosystem of standards, devices and services that often slows or stalls enterprise IoT deployments. To encourage adoption, enterprise IoT solution vendors develop verticallyintegrated, proprietary infrastructure silos that often address only a single problem but that do not readily integrate with other silos and offer limited opportunity for infrastructure reuse. The net result is that even successful IoT deployments require redundant network infrastructure, additional security apparatus and extensive integration services. The Ruckus IoT Suite, is a collection of network hardware and software infrastructure components that enable organizations to build a secure IoT access network that addresses these issues. The Ruckus IoT Suite consolidates multiple physical-layer IoT networks into a single network enabling organizations to more quickly realize benefits from IoT investments.

Ruckus SmartCell Insight (SCI)

Expanding Large Scale Wi-Fi Analytics Reporting

If you’ve got a Wi-Fi network with hundreds, thousands or tens of thousands of access points (APs), you’ve got to keep on top of a wide range of Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) associated with tens or hundreds of terabytes of data traffic that cross your network every day.

 

SmartCell Insight (SCI) lets you do it. Designed with large-scale service provider and enterprise networks in mind, SCI enables IT to extract insight from the network. That insight leads to better informed business and operational decisions.

 

Ruckus SmartCell Insight (SCI) is a Big Data Wi-Fi analytics reporting engine designed for service providers and large enterprises to make informed business decisions regarding the health, operation and performance of their Wi-Fi networks. This service makes use of Big Data technology and storage innovations found in columnar database repositories, which greatly enhance the scale and performance of a system when used to process historical data.

 
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