AirTies Discloses List of 34 North American Regional Operator Clients
AirTies has other clients besides big international telecoms like AT&T and Sky, and the Istanbul-based managed home Wi-Fi company just announced a big chunk of them.
According to AirTies, together with its North American sales partner AirSonics, it has 34 deployments with regional operators in North America.
These clients include Beanfield, GRM Networks, Lumos Networks and Whidbey Telecom.
“AirTies is perhaps best known for providing Smart Wi-Fi solutions to national or multinational service providers, but local and regional service providers face the exact same challenges and opportunities when it comes to in-home Wi-Fi,” said Philippe Alcaras, CEO of AirTies, in a statement.
AirTies smart Wi-Fi software intelligently directs consumer devices (laptops, tablets, smartphones, game consoles, IoT, smart home devices, etc.) to the optimal channel and band (2.4GHz and 5GHz), based on real-time network conditions to improve performance.
In addition, operator clients use AirTies’ Remote Manager, a cloud-based Wi-Fi network management tool that gives broadband service providers real-time visibility into their subscribers’ Wi-Fi usage, allowing remote diagnostics and troubleshooting with proactive alarms and insights into data consumption patterns and client devices.
“Consumers want consistent Wi-Fi in every corner of the home, and operators want more insights and control over home networks. AirSonics’ extensive experience has enabled us to reach dozens of new operators across North America,” Alcaras added.
Chapel Hill, N.C.-based AirSonics serves as a sales partner for AirTies, offering its managed Wi-Fi products to regional service providers throughout North America. These operators deploy mesh access points from AirTies, branded as AirSonics’ StratiFi 4920s.
“Operators know that providing premium in-home Wi-Fi is critical, which is why we partnered with AirTies,” said Ron Musai, president and CEO of AirSonics. “AirTies’ smart Wi-Fi and remote management software empower us to offer the best scalable, end-to-end wireless networking solution to our customers and prospects in towns and cities across North America.”
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