BARCELONA, Spain and HERNDON, Va. -- WeFi Inc. (www.wefi.com) is helping mobile network operators (MNOs) and cable TV multiple systems operators (MSOs) maximize their infrastructure enhancement opportunities with today’s commercial launch of its User Experience Topology (UXT) interactive research solution. WeFi’s award-winning UXT -gives service providers multiple ways to research, visualize and analyze an unprecedented amount of real-time and historical information collected by the company’s WeANDSF (WeFi enhanced Access Network Discovery and Selection Function) “always best connected” solution, which ensures subscribers are always connected to the best Wi-Fi hotspot, small cell or mobile network.
“As more bandwidth-hungry wireless devices and applications enter the market, the demand for mobile data and video services is exploding, creating both an opportunity and a challenge that WeFi helps service providers address,” said Zur Feldman, WeFi chairman and CEO. “The powerful capabilities of our innovative WeANDSF solution, in combination with our cutting-edge innovative UXT interactive research solution, allow service providers to maximize the performance of Wi-Fi and small cell deployments. WeFi technology allows service providers facing competitive threats like never before to stem churn by meeting or exceeding the broadband requirements of their subscribers, increasing ARPU through new value-added services, all while minimizing hotspot deployment and operational costs.”
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