ASSIA’s CloudCheck® Software Manages Multi-AP and Mesh Deployments
Adaptive Spectrum and Signal Alignment, Incorporated (ASSIA®), the market-leading supplier of broadband and cloud-based Wi-Fi® management software, adds support for multi-access point (AP) devices and forthcoming Wi-Fi CERTIFIED EasyMesh™ products to its CloudCheck® software platform.
“Wi-Fi Alliance® is pleased that ASSIA plans to support Wi-Fi CERTIFIED EasyMesh in their solution. Multiple access point systems offer many benefits to service providers, and Wi-Fi EasyMesh delivers an interoperable, standards-based approach which will foster broader service provider adoption and a better Wi-Fi experience for their customers.” Kevin Robinson, VP of Marketing, Wi-Fi Alliance.
The prevailing wisdom among subscribers – and many operators – is that installation of additional mesh extenders in their home is a panacea for improving subscriber Wi-Fi performance. Although a straightforward approach to the complex problem of home Wi-Fi management would be ideal, the reality is that home Wi-Fi environments are highly dynamic and congested, and addressing their challenges requires more than adding extenders alone.
The CloudCheck solution is ASSIA’s hardware vendor-agnostic and cloud-based software platform which enables many of the world’s most progressive carriers and cable operators to manage and optimize residential subscriber Wi-Fi. The CloudCheck platform delivers significant call and dispatch savings for operators while driving customer satisfaction up and driving churn down.
The CloudCheck architecture employs a lightweight agent installed in the subscriber’s gateway and communicates with the ASSIA cloud for real-time diagnostics and optimization to enable subscriber self-help, self-healing, and self-install.
“ASSIA’s CloudCheck product has been field proven to deliver best-in-class Wi-Fi management to the world’s leading service providers. The cloud and agent-based architecture offers the advantages of real-time performance, with the scale and machine learning power of the cloud,” said Adlane Fellah, Senior Wireless Analyst with Maravedis.