Build a connected campus to transform work, learning and safety

Today’s smart campus network is built on a foundation of connectivity designed to increase productivity, efficiency, learning, and safety. Reliable high-speed fiber rings, inside plant fiber, PoE (power over Ethernet), and powered fiber create a solid infrastructure for Wi-Fi®, cellular, and IoT network coverage—inside and out. Converged wired and wireless management simplifies support, enhances network performance, and makes everything easier to use.

More than a vital IT asset, the campus network—and all it enables—reflects the vision and values of the organization. Whether you’re building a smart university campus, smart medical campus, or smart corporate campus, RUCKUS® Networks helps you shape and transform the future.

A RUCKUS network offers these benefits for your smart campus
Delivers better user experiences

From Wi-Fi to indoor cellular and everything in between, RUCKUS wireless networks connect your always-on users everywhere and anywhere. A better user experience means a more productive workplace.

Provides reliable and secure connectivity

RUCKUS Networks builds IT and OT networks that are stable, secure, uninterrupted connections for your people and things.


Increases efficiency and simplifies network management

RUCKUS Networks simplifies network complexity by minimizing network silos, consolidating wired and wireless infrastructure, automating network monitoring, and providing a single source for managing your entire physical layer.

Customer Stories
Huntington Independent School District (ISD)

Lessons of the past lead IT to prioritize top-notch support and forward-looking technology to support more online learning and improve safety, security and emergency communications. All with a simplified, single pane of glass to manage the network of access points (APs) and switches.

San Leandro Unified School District—How one school district is making technology invisible

Build a smart, high-performance network that supports 21st-century learning into the next decade without disrupting teaching and learning.

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Novato Unified School District

Reopening Novato Schools with RUCKUS Wi-Fi and cloud management opens more possibilities.

High School Oos-Moot, South Africa

High School Oos-Moot embraces modern IT infrastructure with the RUCKUS portfolio of network connectivity solutions.

Stafford County School

The RUCKUS portfolio of high-speed Wi-Fi solutions provided a powerful, flexible network that could serve multiple roles with improved coverage and capacity.

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    Pennsylvania State University is a public researchintensive university with campuses and facilities throughout Pennsylvania. Ranked as one of the top 50 colleges by U.S. News, Penn State serves 80,000 students and 50,000 faculty and staff.
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    Shelton saw an opportunity to extend the educational use of technology beyond district-owned assets and onto student-owned devices. The potential benefits to this new model, which became known as Bring-Your-Own-Device (BYOD), were numerous. Technology would no longer be something hidden off in a lab; it would be in every student’s pocket. The educational use of technology would no longer be time-boxed by class periods, and the availability of such technology would no longer be limited to the district’s IT assets. In essence, the educational experience would be available anytime, anywhere on any device.