Devicescape discusses leveraging the world’s largest wireless network
LONDON & SAN BRUNO, Calif., May 8, 2014 – Devicescape today announced that David Nowicki, CMO at Devicescape, will lead the discussion on exploiting publically available amenity Wi-Fi for roaming at Roaming World Congress, Brussels, 12-14May 2014.
During the Future Roaming track on Wednesday 14th May at 9:25 a.m. CET, Nowicki will present a discussion titled ‘Leveraging the World’s Largest Wireless Network’. The aim of the lecture is to give Mobile operators an understanding of how they can exploit a vast complimentary Wi-Fi network to improve their roaming solutions and subscriber satisfaction.
One of the most forward thinking, dedicated roaming forums, Roaming World Congress brings together operators and solutions providers from across the globe. In its 8th year, the summit will be exploring the impact of MVNOs, LTE, M2M, the travel industry and personal Wi-Fi hotspots. Presentations and case studies will be discussed at the event; looking at the different ways operators can reconnect with their customers and deliver a service that is truly worth paying for.
Devicescape enables mobile operators to magnify their capacity-reach and elevate the ‘always best connected’ experience, through the curation and automation of amenity Wi-Fi, actively monitoring over 315 million amenity Wi-Fi hotspots worldwide, with over 20 million incorporated into the company’s Curated Virtual Network.
It manages more than two billion monthly consumer Wi-Fi connections for telecoms operators around the world including; Virgin Media, Cricket Wireless (AT&T), MetroPCS (T-Mobile) and U.S. Cellular.
Devicescape’s Curator Service uses machine learning algorithms and connection experience of its tens of millions of registered users to identify, which access points are carrier grade and can be included in its global network.
Roaming World Congress 2014 will be held at the Le Châtelain Brussels Boutique Hotel, Brussels, May 12-14, 2014. For more information on the conference, visit www.roamingworldcongress.com.
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