Cisco® Meraki™ Full Stack Networking Services are designed to address the challenge of providing pervasive and robust wireless LAN (WLAN) services and connectivity to multiple branches, teleworkers, or offices with minimal IT operational overhead, through centralized cloud management.
Meraki full stack gives you simple, scalable cross-platform network visibility in a single navigation dashboard. Our dashboard makes it easy to verify that all network devices are connected and up to date with the latest software.
The managed services segment is estimated to account for a larger share of WI-FI as a service from 2018-2023. By 2023 the market is expected to grow by a total of $6.1B
AI-driven wireless is the hottest trend in retail, with 7 of the top 40 retailers having implemented new networks in just the past 6 months. Your peers are building the store of the future with AI-powered Wi-Fi and Bluetooth LE. Now you can too!
Benefits of AI-Driven Wireless:
Increase Customer Engagement
Deliver a better onsite experience with personalised location services.
Drive More Revenue
Real-time heat maps and historical data on traffic patterns provide key insight into shopper behaviour.
The R320 is an Indoor 2x2:2 802.11ac Wave2 (MU-MIMO-capable) Wi-Fi access point.
The Ruckus R320 delivers consistent, reliable 802.11ac Wave 2 dual-band wireless networking at an affordable price, and offers up to 867Mbps throughput on 802.11a/n/ac 5GHz, and up to 300Mpbs throughput in 802.11b/g/n 2.4GHz range. It has a single Gigabit Ethernet port and can be powered by 802.3af PoE or 12V DC power supply.
WiFi presents many advantages and unique opportunities for all retailers to benefit from, including the collection of valuable consumer data, productive marketing opportunities and the ability to enhance your brand image.
RedMobi understands how important WiFi is to everyone, whether you are watching a video, surfing the web or sending messages. In today’s busy world customers expect to access the internet everywhere. But what are the key benefits to retailers? What do they get in return for offering WiFi to their customers?