KodaCloud Introduces Industry’s First Artificial Intelligence-Powered Cloud Service Wi-Fi

KodaCloud Inc., the first company to offer enterprise customers with Cloud Service Wi-Fi powered by Artificial Intelligence (AI), today announced it has come out of stealth and has reached two milestone achievements after just a few months of commercial service:

KodaCloud’s AI-powered Cloud Service Wi-Fi is now managing over 500 Wi-Fi access points 2. The signing of its 100th Managed Services Partner (MSP) to bring KodaCloud’s unique service to market

KodaCloud’s disruptive services model requires no investments in equipment or software licenses by customers or managed services partners and is already commercially available. Research firm Dell’Oro estimates the market for cloud managed Wi-Fi to reach $1+ Billion+ by 2020.*

“KodaCloud is speeding up the industry’s move from buy, own and manage to Network as-a Service (NaaS) model for enterprise customers,” said Bernard Herscovici, founder and CEO of KodaCloud Inc. “We’re excited about the support we are receiving from the MSP community and the positive feedback from enterprise customers after just a few months of commercial service.”

KodaCloud’s service consists of a network of Wi-Fi Access Points (AP) that are shipped directly to customer location(s), without the need for a customer to buy equipment or a partner to manage an inventory or shipments. With the use of web-based dashboard, or the use of a smartphone app, a customer or partner can install and activate a Wi-Fi business network in minutes with AP-to-cloud activation using existing LAN and Internet. Without the need to buy equipment or software licenses, and for the cost of most vendors’ maintenance contracts, KodaCloud delivers and manages Wi-Fi networks for a low monthly fee. MSPs benefit from unprecedented profit margins with KodaCloud’s recurring revenue model and customer-direct shipments.

“The key value of KodaCloud’s disruptive service is that customers and partners do not have to carry the burden of buying and managing equipment and inventory,” said Iain Gillott, president and founder of iGR. “Rather than simply monitoring network status from the cloud, KodaCloud actually manages the network in real time. Customers and partners use the KodaCloud app to monitor their network and take action as necessary, direct from their smartphone or mobile device.”

KodaCloud’s service monitors, learns, adapts and automatically acts to adjust interference parameters in all customer networks using learning and real-time calculations with contextual information in real time, when and where needed without the active involvement of a network IT person. The patented AI service reduces or removes the need for dedicated IT teams to constantly monitor or manage network interference, or respond to network alerts that identify a problem without a solution.

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