KodaCloud has come out with a new and lower cost version of its Wi-Fi as a Service. That artificial intelligence-powered solution comes with a Wi-Fi access point included and will sell for $9.99 through the end of the year.
Bernard Herscovici, KodaCloud’s CEO and a speaker for The Adaptive & Intent-Based Networking Expo early next year, has this to say about the new offering. “KodaCloud customers enjoy auto-correction of more than 90 percent of detected network issues and average performance improvement of over 200 percent per auto-corrected issue with little or no involvement of IT personnel.” Herscovici also notes that the new pricing makes this next generation Wi-Fi solution accessible even to the smallest of businesses.
The Wi-Fi V2.0 monitors to the device level. It provides automated self-healing. And it offers profile-based quality of experience, enhanced analytics, and portals.
“KodaCloud’s proactive network monitoring identifies and corrects tens of thousands of daily connectivity or performance issues,” the company explains. “KodaCloud’s system makes on average over 80 percent corrections and issues network alerts to IT teams where human intervention is needed. The system improves average signal connectivity strength by 29dB and improves employee data rate connectivity by an average of 50 Mbps for each correction made.”
Based in Silicon Valley, KodaCloud is a privately held company that also has offices in Ottawa, Canada. Celtic House Venture Partners, Comcast (News - Alert) Ventures, and Voyager Capital are investors in KodaCloud.
And KodaCloud’s CEO and founder will be on a Jan. 30 panel called “How to Use AI to Take Wi-Fi to the Next Level” at The Adaptive & Intent-Based Networking Expo. Anand Srinivas, CTO and co-founder of Nyansa, will also be on the panel.