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    Ruckus bundles are back...

    Ruckus have returned with their much loved bundles, this time though the 7363 has been replaced by its updated, upgraded and superior replacement the 7372. Don't miss out on your chance to secure the number one managed wireless solution within UK education at 50% of its normal cost:

    ZoneFlex 7372 Bundles
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    6 x 7372 ZoneFlex 802.11n Indoor AP 2x2:2, Dual Band, 2-Port, PoE Powered
    1 x ZD1112 ZoneDirector supporting up to 12 Access Points UK
    With 5 Year Watchdog Support for ZoneDirector

    RRP: £4727.00
    Your Cost: £2689.00


    25 x 7372 ZoneFlex 802.11n Indoor AP 2x2:2, Dual Band, 2-Port, PoE Powered
    1 x ZD3050 ZoneDirector supporting up to 50 Access Points UK
    With 5 Year Watchdog Support for ZoneDirector

    RRP: £20,376.00

    Your Cost: £11,665.00


    ZoneFlex 7982 Bundles

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    6 x 7982 ZoneFlex dual-band (5 GHz and 2.4 GHz concurrent) 802.11n Wireless Access Point, 3x3:3 streams,Dynamic Beamform, dual ports, PoE support.
    1 x ZD1112 ZoneDirector supporting up to 12 Access Points UK
    With 5 Year Watchdog Support for ZoneDirector


    RRP: £6589.00
    Your Cost: £3615.00

    25 x 7982 ZoneFlex dual-band (5 GHz and 2.4 GHz concurrent) 802.11n Wireless Access Point, 3x3:3 streams,Dynamic Beamform, dual ports, PoE support.
    1 x ZD3050 ZoneDirector supporting up to 50 Access Points UK
    With 5 Year Watchdog Support for ZoneDirector

    RRP: £28,134.00

    Your Cost: £15,545.00

    Please note for High Availability Redundant controller add-on's are available.

    Contact your account manager for quotes, site surveys & demo hardware, or email CP Ruckus Bundles

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    Thanks for all the interest so far folks, remember the clock is ticking on this one. It's worth mentioning we currently have demo kits available should you want to see first hand what all the Ruckus is about.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CPLTD View Post
    Thanks for all the interest so far folks, remember the clock is ticking on this one. It's worth mentioning we currently have demo kits available should you want to see first hand what all the Ruckus is about.
    Don't suppose you happen to know when the offers do run out?

    Many thanks,
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    Wake me up when they offer 802.11ac

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    Hi Steve,

    This offer is currently running till 30th December... so still time to get your school in a Xmas present!

    Quote Originally Posted by zag View Post
    Wake me up when they offer 802.11ac
    To ask a question by way of response- How many 802.11ac client devices do you have currently on site? Or more tellingly how many client devices with 3x3:3 802.11n wireless cards do you have to the moment?

    802.11ac is a great technological advance but realistically a well deployed, managed, 802.11n system will more than handle the requirements of 99.9% of sites; it's quite telling when you look at the traffic utilisation of even a large scale Ruckus deployment that the majority of clients barely scratch the surface of the systems capabilities. That's before we start getting into the time scale for a mass market client devices which support 802.11ac; As a frame of reference I just had a quick scan of the first 9 notebooks listed on a well known e-commerce site, all 9 of which are current models, and all 9 are 2.4Ghz only single band 802.11n devices- 4 years after the release of the 802.11n standard,the vast bulk of devices aren't capable of supporting or utilising even half the potential throughput.

    Mark

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