The best enterprise WiFi solutions
Managed Wi-Fi that provides centrally managed, extended range, enterprise grade Wi-Fi access points for both corporate and guest wireless connectivity.
To control Wi-Fi access across large networks supporting multiple devices, IT Leap has created a set of Managed Wi-Fi Solutions in partnership with Ruckus. We’ll design a fit-for-purpose solution that can be scaled to suit your changing requirements. Key industries we help are enterprise, warehousing, farming & hospitality.
Ruckus Wireless is a global supplier of enterprise class, Smart Wi-Fi products delivering unprecedented reliability, range, speed and scale of Wi-Fi services.
IT Leap engineers are specialized in Ruckus Wireless network design and implementation. Our 4 step process [Survey – Design – Deploy – Manage] ensures a reliable and secure Wi-Fi experience for your employees and customers. Enterprise and Small Businesses now have access to costeffective, easy to manage enterprise grade wireless at a lower total cost ownership (TCO).
Ruckus SmartMesh technology allows for easy meshing to endure coverage without laying new cabling in difficult to deploy environments
Ruckus’ adaptive multi-antenna technology with client feedback ensures consistent, reliable, and fast connections to the end client
We have a very diverse set of businesses, applications, users, and devices — all of which require robust wireless to maintain operational efficiency. The combination of 802.11n and adaptive antenna technology eliminates flaky coverage and reliability issues that have plagued Wi-Fi in the past.
With a total floor area of 1,500 square metres and seating for over 1,300 people, Sydney Entertainment Centre counts on Ruckus Smart Wi-Fi to run its mobile ticket readers for many world-class concerts and sports games. The requirements included Rapid deployment of a Wi-Fi network capable of supporting thirty concurrent connections without any RF interference.
One of the challenges faced in delivering a high performance, stable Wi-Fi network was the unfriendly RF environment posed by the physical structure of the arena itself. With a total floor area of 1500 square metres and seating spread over two storeys, the arena is also housed within thick concrete walls designed to reduce noise leakage to the exterior of the venue.In addition to the building’s potential for restricting RF signals was the expectation that many of the 9000 concert attendees would be using some sort of wireless device during the event.
The risk of RF interference was huge during the concert, however the effect of thick concrete walls and thousands of wireless devices and smartphones was completely negligible when it came to the performance of the Wi-Fi. In total, the Ruckus-powered WLAN comprising of five access-points and one controller provided interference-free Wi-Fi for 30 mobile ticket readers, with close to 9000 tickets instantly scanned within a two-hour time frame.
One of Australia’s most iconic retail outlets at Queen Victoria Building (QVB), required a reliable and pervasive signal coverage throughout the four levels of the heritage site, detail access and usage statistics for advertiser reporting, advanced Wi-Fi APs for thousands of remote hotspot locations and robust remote management of Wi-Fi devices and services.
The first phase of the project — at QVB and The Galeries — went live at the end of July 2012, and within eight weeks was serving around 1,000 users per day. Chifley Plaza and The Strand Arcade were added in late September. Current network statistics show that there are in excess of 2,200 users per day through this fast and reliable network.
In addition to a ‘walled garden’ providing content relating to the centre and advertisers, the platform also provides for the delivery of localised content for specific retailers and service providers based on the access point that a device is connected to.The Ruckus equipment allows to impose usage limits on individual devices in terms of time or data volume. The ability to track the types of devices being connected, the frequency of use and session duration, and provides daily, weekly or monthly reports so sponsors can see the exposure they are receiving.
Iconic heritage building QVB and adjacent retail outlets offer Australia’s first ad sponsored free Wi-Fi hotspot.