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World’s busiest international airports use Ruckus Wi-Fi

Anuradha Shukla | Feb. 14, 2012
Ruckus ZoneFlex solves high user densities at more than 40 airports around the world.

More than 40 busy airports around the world have adopted ZoneFlex Smart Wireless LAN (WLAN) system from Ruckus Wireless.

These airports are using Ruckus system to bring reliable, high-performance wi-fi connectivity to highly trafficked, high-density passenger terminals.

China's two largest airports - Beijing Capital International Airport and Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport are among the many airports that are deploying the Ruckus ZoneFlex system to provide free hotspot services to passengers.

Both these airports are installing about 100 Ruckus ZoneFlex 7962 and 7363 802.11n dual-band indoor access points (APs) to cover the entire passenger terminals.

Ruckus ZoneDirector 5000 WLAN controllers and the FlexMaster network management system are being used to centrally manage the networks at these two airports.

Flying with better wi-fi

Airports in Asian countries such as India and Malaysia are also using Ruckus Wi-Fi system.

Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport (CSIA) in Mumbai has installed Ruckus ZoneFlex 7300 series 802.11n smart Wi-Fi access points throughout its international and domestic terminals.

Malaysia's KL International Airport (KLIA) is using Ruckus' ZoneFlex indoor/outdoor Smart Wi-Fi products and technology.

Both CSIA and KLIA will initially offer free multimegabit wi-fi services to millions of passengers that transit these two airports every year.

Other international airports that have deployed the Ruckus ZoneFlex system include Ninoy Aquino International Airport (Manila, Philippines), Changi Airport Budget Terminal (Singapore), and Wellington Airport (New Zealand).

 

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