BandwidthX Discusses Improving LTE performance through Smart Wi-Fi at Wi-Fi NOW
FALLBROOK, Calif. - Oct. 27, 2017 - PRLog -- BandwidthX Vice President of EMEA Giorgio Miano will examine the benefits of Smart Wi-Fi to LTE at the Wi-Fi NOW conference in The Hague, Netherlands. In previous years, Wi-Fi quality has been a source of hesitation for operators to fully embrace its use. However, not only has Wi-Fi matured to provide a carrier grade complement to LTE, but using Wi-Fi actually also improves the user experiences in LTE. The conference session will explore the improvements and impact that BandwidthX has seen over the past few years that make Wi-Fi a meaningful and valuable complement to LTE.
BandwidthX operates an advanced connection management service and a cloud-based market, BxMarket, where both Mobile Operators and Network Service Providers can define their value for data capacity in real time and are automatically matched when their values align. The business-to-
The session titled Improving LTE with Smart Wi-Fi will take place on November 1, 2017, at 11:30am CET. The Wi-Fi NOW conference sessions are being held at Hotel NH Den Haag in The Hague, Netherlands.
"We are pleased to be sharing our experience about the benefits of Smart Wi-Fi at the Wi-Fi Now conference. BandwidthX has seen the improvement that can occur in LTE networks when the percentage of the load that is carried by Wi-Fi is increased," said CEO Pertti Visuri, "During the session, Giorgio will highlight all the necessary elements from quality thresholds to control levers that enable the smart use of Wi-Fi."
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BandwidthX operates an advanced connection management service and a cloud-based marketplace where both Mobile Operators and Network Service Providers can define their value for data capacity in real time and are automatically matched when their values align. BxMarket gives the Mobile Operators incremental data capacity at lower cost, while allowing the Network Service Providers to profit from new revenue streams from their underutilized data networks. With this new form of micro-commerce, everyone in the mobile data ecosystem wins: from Mobile Operators and Network Service Providers to equipment and software vendors, aggregators and financial clearing companies and, of course, the end user of the device. Learn more at http://www.bandwidthx.com.