Michael Fletcher

Sales Director at Ruckus Wireless sub-Saharan Africa
Location:South Africa


Michael Fletcher is sales director for Ruckus Wireless sub-Saharan Africa, a position he assumed in July 2010. In this role, Michael is responsible for the day to day operations of Ruckus Wireless - focused on identifying and increasing the company's partner footprint across Africa, exploring new business opportunities and driving the company's revenue and customer outreach locally. Contact details: email moc.sseleriwsukcur@rehctelf.leahcim | Twitter @MichaelFletch55
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2015 predictions for Wi-Fi

We now live in a data-centric, wireless world, and no technology is better suited to address this reality than Wi-Fi. In fact, global hotspot* numbers are expected to grow to more than 340 million...

By Michael Fletcher 15 Jan 2015

Wi-Fi eases transition to high data consumption

With LTE (4G) cellular gaining momentum and operators starting to push entry-level smartphones across Africa, consumers across the continent are in a great position to benefit from the connected world. However, what does the increase in data demand mean for Wi-Fi and its relationship with other forms of connectivity?

By Michael Fletcher 2 Oct 2014

2014 - The breakout year for Wi-Fi

Global public Wi-Fi hotspot numbers are set to grow from 1.3 million in 2011, to 5.8 million by 2015*, marking a 350% increase and it's easy to see why the numbers are growing exponentially.

By Michael Fletcher 16 Jan 2014

Why Wi-Fi is a viable solution for better customer relationships

The retail and service industry across Africa is constantly under pressure to not only increase their customer base, while meeting profit targets, but to do so whilst satisfying its consumers' needs.

By Michael Fletcher 19 Nov 2013

Wi-Fi is the way forward

With more than 650 million mobile users* in Africa and with 50% of internet connections being exclusively channelled through mobile devices, Africa is the second biggest mobile market in the world and the fastest growing.

By Michael Fletcher 21 Aug 2013

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