Ruckus Wireless Tag

Inclusive Capitalism President Clinton

Nexus were commissioned by The Presentation Factor to deliver a Wi-Fi network for the Inclusive Capitalism event, held at the Mansion House, London on June 26th.   The Inclusive Capitalism website describes Inclusive Capitalism as:   "a global effort to restore capitalism as an engine of broadly shared prosperity. Together we can achieve this through business and investment practices that extend the opportunities and benefits of our economic system...

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BattleHack Countdown Timer

June saw us travel to Berlin to deploy the wired and Wi-Fi networks for BattleHack. This was the first time I'd spent any time in Berlin, having skirted round it on a few occasions on my way to Austria skiing, however, my colleague had spent some time there years before. We were able to explore Berlin before and after BattleHack, but you really need a...

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BattleHack 2015

April and May were busy months for us at Nexus. We had the pleasure of working with D&AD, a company that has been inspiring a community of creative thinkers by celebrating and stimulating the finest in design and advertising since 1962.     We're very excited to announce our partnership with PayPal and Braintree_Dev to deliver Wi-Fi and data networks for their global BattleHack events. Our first event...

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Elite Business Event

We were asked to provide the Wi-Fi for the companies and businesses exhibiting at this years Elite Business Event, who describe the event on their website as: 'Elite Business National Conference and Exhibition is taking place at The Old Truman Brewery, Shoreditch, the conference is in the heart of Tech City and an ever-growing small business community. A fitting location for an event centred around GROWTH,...

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SMR Edinburgh

Silicon Milkroundabout began their push for world domination as the graduate tech fair by launching in Edinburgh, Scotland. It was a one-day event as opposed to the two-day format in London, but was well attended and a huge success. The venue was The Hub, a beautiful old church re-purposed for events such as this and situated just down from Edinburgh Castle, so in an ideal location.   ...

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The Light Bar

ABTT Theatre Show The second half of 2014 was another busy time for us here at Nexus. We started off June with the ABTT Theatre Show providing Wi-Fi for their event at the Truman Brewery. This was a very busy and challenging event, as there was a lot of metal and powered equipment to interfere with the Wi-Fi, so careful planning and site surveying had to...

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Events 2014

  It's been a busy few months here at Nexus. We were invited back to deliver the Wi-Fi for the bi-annual tech and media startup event, Silicon Milkroundabout, where there were some heavyweight companies in the world of media and tech present, such as The Trainline, The BBC and The Wall Street Journal. This was followed by two events in the same week, The Future of Britain,...

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Wella fashion show

2013 was another good year for Nexus; we built upon our successes in 2012 with Conference & Event Wi-Fi and delivered rock solid managed Wi-Fi networks for clients such as Investors in People, Unilever and Wella, at venues such as LSO St Lukes, Shoreditch Studios and The Old Truman Brewery. A company we had a lot of pleasure working with was Silicon Milkroundabout, for which we...

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Silicon Milkroundabout 5

Silicon Milkroundabout – NGL Making the ‘Impossible’ possible Silicon Milkroundabout 5.0 (SMR5), the recruitment event for tech startups, took place between May 11–12 2013 at The Old Truman Brewery, Shoreditch, London; with companies in attendance such as Badoo, Hail-O,, Shazam, Blinkbox, and many more. With their unique approach to recruitment for tech startups, the weekend promised to be exciting for all parties. SMR Founders, Cristiana...

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A few people have been asking us how we did the WiFi at BCL7, held at the IBM offices on Southbank, London 24-25th October 2009. So here are the details.

Our initial site survey identified a lot of existing WiFi devices in the area, all creating their own RF interference. For this deployment to work we needed hardware that could cope with constantly changing environments with people moving from room to room, and enough coverage to cope with the expected capacity demands. After all, BarCamp’s are the type of event where everyone will be wanting a connection, at some time or another!