Sprint, Ruckus To Provide In-Building Wireless Data Solutions

Sprint and Ruckus Wireless are teaming up to deliver smart Wi-Fi products and services as part of Sprint’s in-building wireless data solutions portfolio.

Selina Lo (President and CEO, Ruckus Wireless): Like Sprint, we see carrier-grade Smart Wi-Fi as an essential tool in today’s managed services arsenal. 

Sprint is expanding its suite of in-building mobile solutions with the full complement of Ruckus indoor and outdoor Smart Wi-Fi products.  

The nationwide solution will roll out  to five vertical markets – hospitality, education, healthcare, retail and warehousing. Sprint and Ruckus have begun providing managed Wi-Fi services to organizations such as the Tri-Rivers Career Center (Marion, Ohio) and the Dolton School District (Dolton, Ill.).


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