We can see that the product puns will just keep coming: Beamforming antenna chip designer, consumer electronics (CE) gateway maker, and muni-wireless customer premises equipment (CPE) developer Ruckus introduces RIOT: Ruckus Interoperability and Open Testing. Ruckus is pushing hard in the home, and this program may let them offer CE makers an alternative or supplement to 802.11e and its Wi-Fi certified form known as WMM.
The idea here is to offer a testing program designed for the home, not all environments. WMM tests for particular characteristics, such as frame bursting (reducing wasted airtime) and packet prioritization into queues tagged by media content. RIOT, on the other hand, will test for interoperability and performance in home-like environments for streaming media.
Ruckus has gained remarkable traction in a short period of time. I'd be tempted to dismiss RIOT as marketing, except for how fast Ruckus has spread into multiple segments and signed up partners.