By Claus Hetting, Wi-Fi NOW CEO & Chairman
Impruvix (WCI) teams up with Cambium Networks & Sonora to deliver quality Wi-Fi services for long-stay properties
World Cinema’s Impruvix-brand connectivity services has been expanding rapidly since its inception late last year and the company has taken a partnership approach to delivering state-of-the-art connectivity services for hospitality and MDUs (long-stay properties). Together with enterprise Wi-Fi solution provider Cambium Networks and gateway provider Sonora, WCI is delivering a consistent and uniform connectivity experience for all guests at StayApt™ Suites facilities across the US – more details in the case study here.
WCI says the Impruvix solution provides “opportunities for ROI and monetization” for the client “while creating an in-room connectivity platform that kept guests linked to the brand and the outside world with equal reliability.” WCI has also teamed up with EagleEye Networks for Cloud-based video surveillance solutions using Wi-Fi-connected surveillance cameras. Impruvix – by WCI – is a Wi-Fi NOW Partner.
LitePoint & Morse Micro team up for Wi-Fi HaLow design verification
Leading Wi-Fi test solutions provider LitePoint and Wi-Fi HaLow chipset leader (and winner of multiple Wi-Fi NOW Awards) Morse Micro are teaming up to accelerate time-to-market for Wi-Fi HaLow-based IoT networking and device solutions. LitePoint announced yesterday that the LitePoint IQxel-MW test platform has now been standardised for design verification of Morse Micro-powered products.
“Customers and manufacturing partners integrating Morse Micro’s Wi-Fi HaLow SoC based on IEEE 802.11ah into their IoT design will be able to use the IQxel-MW to test the wireless functionality of their product, helping bring the design to market,” LitePoint says in their press release here. For more about the promising Wi-Fi HaLow IoT standard also read this. LitePoint is a Wi-Fi NOW Partner.
Cognitive Systems Wi-Fi sensing solution now available as standard on Broadcom-powered APs
Wi-Fi sensing leader Cognitive Systems announced yesterday that the company’s Wi-Fi Motion™ sensing solution is now available as standard for any manufacturer developing APs or mesh nodes powered by Broadcom’s Wi-Fi chipset platform. Cognitive says that “wide enablement of WiFi Motion on all Broadcom WiFi 6 access point silicon will open up a multitude of motion sensing opportunities in the growing WiFi-as-a-Service industry,” in their press release here.
Broadcom is one of the world’s leading providers of Wi-Fi chipset solutions for Wi-Fi 5, 6, and 6E consumer-grade, service provider, and enterprise-grade APs and mesh nodes. Cognitive Systems’ Wi-Fi Motion sensing is today part of the service portfolio offered by some 37 home broadband service providers across the globe. Cognitive Systems is a Wi-Fi NOW Partner – read more here.