The next generation in Wi-Fi® technology will take your network to the next level

RUCKUS is embracing the Wi-Fi 7 revolution—and here's why you should too

The Wi-Fi Alliance’s new IEEE 802.11be standard defines Wi-Fi 7—and RUCKUS Networks defines a new level for your network. For enterprise, healthcare, education, large public venue and other environments, Wi-Fi 7 is your key to unlock a more efficient, secure and responsive network.

Wi-Fi 7’s extreme speeds, low latency and increased capacity delivers exceptional user experiences and empower an entirely new class of advanced connected devices and demanding applications. Need a way to manage 8K video streams, extended reality (XR) video conferencing, massive social gaming, and more? Wi-Fi 7 is the answer you’ve been waiting for—and RUCKUS® will bring it to life for you as the first supporting enterprise-class devices hit the market in 2024.

In the Wi-Fi 7 age, RUCKUS will transform our entire portfolio to a three-radio architecture supporting the simultaneous 2.4 Ghz, 5 Ghz and 6 Ghz bands required for the new standard. Wi-Fi 7 deployment will dramatically increase throughput, reduce latency and improve connection reliability.

Wi-Fi 7 is the next big thing we’ve all been waiting for. RUCKUS will be ready to make it work its hardest for your network. 

Benefits of Wi-Fi 7

Offers dramatically better throughput

RUCKUS Wi-Fi 7 solutions will deliver massive throughput boosts over Wi-Fi 6 thanks to its wider channels and greater 6 GHz capacity gains. The result? Peaks rates exceeding 40 Gbps, FOUR TIMES the throughput of Wi-Fi 6.


Provides wireless link aggregation with MLO

Multi-link operation (MLO) uses multiple bands to simultaneously connect AP and user device. Aggregating these discrete links significantly increases throughput, reduces latency and improves connection reliability.

Conquers interference with preamble puncturing

Preamble puncturing enables a Wi-Fi 7 AP to transmit a “punctured” portion of a channel if a portion of that channel spectrum is being used by legacy users. This feature is what lets Wi-Fi 7 support 320 Mhz channel—double that of Wi-Fi 6—without letting interference degrade performance.


Supports the most demanding low-latency applications

Deterministic latency is a critical need for advanced applications like AR and VR that can’t tolerate highly variable latency levels. RUCKUS Wi-Fi 7 enhancements including smart QoS mirroring deliver the deterministic latency applications need. 

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