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OptimizAIR 2.0 offers enhanced Wi-Fi airtime allocation

23 Jan 2014

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Celeno Communications' OptimizAIR 2.0 airtime management suite gives users the opportunity to maximise their Wi-Fi networks by intelligently allocating airtime capacity among multiple devices. The software works for concurrent hot spot services, cellular offload, video on managed clients (STBs), tablets and smartphones, OTT video, best effort data, and smart home apps. OptimizAIR 2.0 benefits service providers by reducing service calls and operating expenses brought about by common causes of client interference.

Airtime management has become an increasingly important issue with the proliferation of secondary internet devices including tablets, smartphones and connected home devices. By effectively managing Wi-Fi networks, service providers can account for the growing number of Internet devices while still delivering highest quality service and even allowing for new potential use cases such as cellular offloading.

"Celeno is improving a collision-based, shared medium and enables the service providers to smartly manage the Wi-Fi air capacity to the benefit of their subscribers. Airtime management is the key to expanding Wi-Fi needs and presents a unique opportunity to optimise bandwidth and improve subscriber experience," said Celeno CEO Gilad Rozen.




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