Ruckus Wireless WAN Previous Solutions

YazeedNawafleh
System Engineer/Network Engineer at SevenGate
I have previously worked with Meraki and Aruba. We switched to Ruckus because it's more stable and easier. The technical features are very good and it's very useful if you need a wireless solution, it's very good. A good point about Aruba is that the firewall is better than what Ruckus has. But if you need a wireless solution, Ruckus is very good. View full review »
reviewer367560
Network Systems Engineer at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
I have had experience with a lot of different brands over the past fifteen years. Ruckus still has some work to do if they want to compete with Aruba and Cisco, except in the case of a high-efficiency access point in high-density areas, which is where Ruckus is the best. View full review »
MashukThakur
IT Manager at Fast Telecommunications Company
I have been in this field for fifteen years. At first, I started with Cisco then to Aruba, and in the last three years, I started working with Ruckus. I am frequently working with these three products, and as recent as last week, I have started with Fortinet. View full review »
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reviewer1286451
Corporate Engineer at a comms service provider with 1,001-5,000 employees
We also provide a Meraki solution to some of our customers. The Meraki is mobile-based, where you just have to press a button on the AP and once the configuration is done, you are connected to the cloud. It is more suitable for a distributed network. View full review »
reviewer692691
Project Manager at a comms service provider with 1,001-5,000 employees
We used another solution prior to this one, but we switched because of the radio. That's our biggest concern and why we recommend Ruckus to our customers. View full review »
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