Nology has announced a new partnership with WiFi specialists Minim, where the pair have launched an AI-driven WiFi management platform aimed at local network operators, Internet Service Providers and systems integrators.
This newly announced platform will be showcased and demoed later this week at the MikroTik User Meeting (MUM) South Africa, on 7th February in Sandton, Johannesburg.
There Nology plans to highlight the functionality of the platform, as well as answer any question from local organisations as the value such an offering can play.
“We are looking forward to showcasing Minim, the latest addition to our product portfolio,” explained Karel Leuschner, MD of Nology
“Nology recognizes the increasing support burden that service providers face as a result of expanding Wi-Fi utilisation and connected devices in homes and offices. We believe Minim’s platform will be a gateway for our partners to lower these ballooning expenses and better compete on value-added services. Choosing Minim is in line with our mission to provide comprehensive, best-of-breed solutions to the industry,” added Leuschner about the partnership.
Focusing in on the unique elements of the offering, Nology notes that Minim is the only AI-driven Wi-Fi management and IoT security platform that delivers freedom of choice on Customer Premise Equipment (CPE).
The firm was also been made a Made for MikroTik software partner recently, which allows Minim to offer a Care Portal with a higher level of visibility and greater number of tools, which Nology believes will lead to efficient customer service and operations.
“We are excited to launch this partnership. Nology is a trusted distributor of MikroTik hardware and innovative IP solutions. Minim’s AI-driven platform empowers service providers to better compete and retain customers. Together, we will provide top-notch consultation, support, and services to Nology’s network of partners and clients,”enthused John D’Amato, SVP of Sales at Minim.
For more information about this new WiFi management platform, Nology urges MUM South Africa attendees to visit its booth or contact the firm here.
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