Wireless products company Ruckus Wireless has teamed up with Easyweb Digital to provide free wireless connectivity to 25 remote locations in the Northern Territory.
Despite all the hype about 5G at the moment, a full implementation of the technology specification is at least two years away, according to Carl Jefferys, ANZ country manager for Ruckus Wireless.
A survey of 1200 business and IT leaders across the Asia-Pacific region claims that Australian businesses are losing $4000 an hour on average due to loss of Wi-Fi connectivity.
AirTight Networks has opened an office in Sydney, with Carl Jefferys at the helm as country manager for Australia and New Zealand.
Wi-Fi specialist Ruckus Wireless as appointed Rob Post as Australian northern regional sales manager and Matt Hall as senior presales consultant in New Zealand.
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