Thursday, December 26, 2013

Wi-Fi Deployments[281]: O-Zone [India] Deployed 5,500 Hotspots with Elitecore

Elitecore Technologies announced that its "SMP [see "Elitecore Helps Operators Monetize Wi-Fi (w/Location, Analytics and Revenue Generator)" - herehas been deployed by O-Zone Networks, to fulfill its vision of becoming India’s largest Wi-Fi operator. Elitecore SMP will help in delivering seamless connectivity and rich user experience across nationwide hotspots at affordable prices. O-Zone Networks has rolled out 5,500 hotspots in 23 cities of which over 1,000 locations are public hotspots.

As part of Wi-Fi SMP solution, Elitecore offers a captive portal through which O-Zone is able to create different types of login and post login pages which can be differentiated as per the zone or location requirements. It also integrates with various access controllers allowing controller MAC ID binding with specifically created zones ensuring that any user request received from any access controller can be defined by the zone to which the user belongs"

See "Elitecore Wi-Fi Service Management Platform enables O-Zone Networks to roll out nationwide hotspots in India" - here.

1 comment:

  1. Amateur radio has actually been using "digital data over radio" a lot longer than commercial wi-fi. I don't remember exactly how far back it goes, but I got involved very late in the game in the mid 80s. I believe it started back in the late 70s. By around 1988 we had radio links to the internet (similar to using a cellphone to access the internet).