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ASSIA announces EQUIPE™: Industry’s first Work-From-Home Residential Connectivity Management Platform for SMB & Enterprise Markets

September 10, 2020

EQUIPE provides SMB/enterprise IT admins with tools to remotely monitor and improve the internet connectivity for working from home. With EQUIPE, employees can now focus on work with peace of mind from a reliable connection.

COVID-19 pandemic highlights critical nature of home networks (San Jose Mercury News)

This crisis provides an opportunity and an imperative for internet providers to come together

KAONMEDIA to integrate the CloudCheck™ solution with its broadband CPEs

ASSIA CloudCheck Wi-Fi to be fully integrated with KAONMEDIA products portfolio

ASSIA Joins prpl Foundation to Make a Vendor-Neutral Wi-Fi Management Ecosystem a Reality

March 25, 2020

Partnership to focus on the security and interoperability of embedded devices for the smart society of the future

Salt Deploys Residential Wi-Fi with ASSIA CloudCheck® Analytics

December 12, 2019

Customer Quality of Experience proactively supervised through combination of Salt Fiber’s advanced Wi-Fi Gateway and ASSIA’s contextual analytics and machine learning

Wi-Fi Now Awards TalkTalk and ASSIA with “Best In-home Wi-Fi Product”

November 13, 2019

ASSIA CloudCheck Recognized for its QoE Optimization Results Delivering Broadband to the Device for TalkTalk Hi-Fi Hub Subscribers

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LightReading: Making working from home really work

October 19, 2020
Making working from home really work

Entire companies working from home: that must represent a DSP opportunity?

September 17, 2020

The early stage of the new normal has already seen many thinkers and top managers demonstrate a readiness to address new definitions of work and, indeed, new definitions of normal. The best meme I’ve seen so far which provides a step forward in thinking is “Work is not a ‘place’. Work is output.” 

We’re not quite sure what the new normal will actually be yet, but we’re pretty sure that it’s going to involve lots more flexible and home working.

Read More by Ian Scales at Telecom TV.

prpl Foundation Releases Wi-Fi EasyMesh Open-Source Software

August 26, 2020
prpl Foundation

“Reliable home connectivity has become a life-essential utility, enabling remote work, remote education, and remote medicine since the beginning of the pandemic.  ASSIA has been heavily investing its resources and know-how into driving open standards for the Connected Home, with open standards organizations including the prpl Foundation.  We believe our work with prpl will help build the embedded CPE software infrastructure necessary to bring business-grade reliability to home networks at price points accessible to most Internet users.  We are also taking pride in enabling an artificial intelligence application ecosystem by building the data models and control frameworks for this vibrant group of applications.”
— Tuncay Cil, CSO ASSIA

Wi-Fi Alliance® brings Wi-Fi 6 into 6 GHz

January 3, 2020

“Wi-Fi signal location accuracy can significantly improve and open up paths for new applications. ASSIA will be actively supporting standardization and commercialization of new capabilities of 6 GHz in a vendor-neutral fashion across the Wi-Fi ecosystem.” – Tuncay Cil, ASSIA Chief Strategy Officer

Salt Deploys Residential WI-Fi with Assia CloudCheck Analytics

December 12, 2019

Customer Quality of Experience Proactively Supervised Through Combination of Salt Fiber’s Advanced WI-Fi Gateway and ASSIA’s Contextual Analytics and Machine Learning

Who won the Wi-Fi NOW Awards 2019? Find out here!

November 18, 2019
Wi-Fi Now

ASSIA and its customer TalkTalk were awarded the Wi-Fi Now 2019 Award for the “Best In-Home Wi-Fi Product.” TalkTalk’s game-changing Wi-Fi Hub uses the ASSIA CloudCheck platform to optimize internet to the home and Wi-Fi within the home. The award “honors the vendor creating the in-home Wi-Fi experience that all consumers want: Great Wi-Fi in every room of the house for all of your devices, all the time.”

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