According to CommScope, Ruckus Networks also supports WPA3 security framework to Ruckus Dynamic PSKTM (DPSK) technology to tighten security and control.
“The opening of the 6GHz band for Wi-Fi represents the largest expansion of Wi-Fi spectrum to date, enabling dramatic increase in bandwidth and reduction of latency and paving the way for entirely new classes of applications connecting over Wi-Fi,” claimed CommScope senior vice president Ruckus Networks Bart Giordano.
"The Ruckus R760 Wi-Fi 6E access points replaced our R750s and within minutes, clients were connecting to the 2.4, 5, and 6GHz radios. From some of our initial testing, we were able to truly achieve Gigabit speed wireless in an MDU test setting using the 6GHz channels. 6GHz access points will revolutionise what we can achieve in crowded, high-performance wireless environments and we are excited to partner with Ruckus Networks as these new products launch,” recalled Firefly Technologies chief technology officer Denton Meier after deploying the Wi-Fi 6E access points.
With up to 8.35Gbps aggregated max throughput, Wi-Fi 6E supports next generation applications such as augmented reality and virtual reality (AR/VR), 8K ultra-high-definition video, and gaming.
Ruckus includes patented suite of Smart Wi-Fi optimisation technology in Wi-Fi 6E Access Points, including BeamFlex, ChannelFly, SmartMesh, and SmartCast.