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Ruckus Wireless Consolidates its Presence in India by opening R&D Centre in Bangalore

 Ruckus Wireless has announced the opening of a new R&D centre in Bangalore, India. By tapping into a pool of highly skilled engineering talent in India, Ruckus’s new R&D centre in Bangalore will significantly boost Ruckus’ capabilities to develop new technologies to serve the mobile Internet infrastructure market worldwide.

The new Bangalore operations will be the company’s first development centre in India, joining the company’s four other R&D centres in Taiwan (Taipei), China (Shenzhen), Israel (TelAviv), and California (Sunnyvale).

 There are currently 884.37 million mobile subscribers in India according to the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India. Many of them are currently using or going to migrate to mobile Internet devices - smartphones, tablets, and wireless-only devices alike, therefore causing tremendous data traffic loading to the cellular network. 

The new 23,000 square foot state-of-the-art facility will house over 100 employees. Ruckus currently employs 50 people in its Bangalore development centre and plans to expand this workforce by more than 50% by the end of this year. The new facility will accommodate state of the art design and testing capabilities for the development of Wi-Fi to mobile data packet core internetworking solutions, including simulation and scalability test capabilities that support many 100k's of concurrent subscriber call flows.

Ruckus Wi-Fi portfolio features patented adaptive antenna technology that automatically steers Wi-Fi signals to clients over the best performing path while mitigating interference. This makes the technology ideal for wirelessly transporting multimedia content and delay sensitive applications.

14-Mar-2012 14:36:44
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