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KodaCloud Heads Outdoors

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CAMPBELL, Calif. -- KodaCloud Inc., the first company to offer enterprise customers Wi-Fi as a cloud-powered subscription service with one global expert system for proactive network monitoring and troubleshooting using patented Artificial Intelligence (AI), today announced the commercial availability of its new outdoor Wi-Fi Access Point (OAP). With this launch, KodaCloud has now expanded its portfolio of Wi-Fi as a Cloud Service to deliver a seamless Wi-Fi experience for mixed indoor and outdoor environments.

“KodaCloud is re-defining the organizational network,” said Craig Mathias, a Principal with the wireless and mobile advisory firm Farpoint Group. “What we’re seeing here isn’t just the future of Wi-Fi in enterprise, government, and beyond, but in fact the re-definition of organizational IT itself away from ever-more boxes and towards easily-scalable and very cost-effective services.”

KodaCloud’s service includes a network of indoor and outdoor Wi-Fi Access Points (AP) that are shipped directly to customer location(s), and entire networks can be installed in minutes. KodaCloud delivers and manages the networks for less than the cost of most vendors’ maintenance contracts, eliminating the need for a customer to buy equipment or a partner to manage inventory or shipments.

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