CommScope recently shared a blog post about how WiFi solutions have enabled people to stay connected, even in uncertain times.
The Information Technology Disaster Resource Center (ITDRC) is a non-profit that provides communication needs to first responders and communities affected by natural disasters across the United States. As the ongoing pandemic makes its way across the country, connectivity is critical for maintaining communication between communities, businesses, public safety officials and more.
CommScope has donated 150 RUCKUS outdoor access points (APs) and 200 PoE switches, which will be deployed in the coming months to support field hospitals and homework hot spots. RUCKUS APs can run off of sustainable energy sources, such as solar power, enabling deployments even when the grid is down and fuel for emergency generators is scarce. They also automatically adapt to changes in the environment or client device behavior, providing flexibility and adaptability in uncertain times and offering a robust communication network with fast, reliable and secure WiFi. Learn more about this program here.
CommScope continues to make strides in innovation as well. With WiFi an integral part of our everyday life in the office, at home, in hospitals, in schools and more, CommScope is addressing the shift to higher-performance requirements with real products and deployments through the RUCKUS portfolio of WiFi 6 APs. WiFi 6 offers faster performance, improved battery life for connected devices and enhanced security with support for WPA3. With these capabilities, WiFi 6 brings better performance to crowded environments with hundreds or even thousands of simultaneous devices and users. Learn more about WiFi 6 here.
Contact your local Accu-Tech representative to learn more about these solutions.