LONDON and SAN BRUNO, CA--(Marketwired - Jun 11, 2013) - Devicescape today announced that David Nowicki, CMO at Devicescape, will contribute to the discussion on Wi-Fi Monetization at the Wireless Broadband Alliance Wi-Fi Global Congress London, 10 - 13 June 2013. During the Business Cases and Monetization Strategies session at 13.30 on Thursday, June 13, entitled "Wi-Fi Monetization: How can you monetize your network deployments?", Nowicki will address a range of issues, including how operators can develop additional revenue from a wider market using a carrier-grade infrastructure based on amenity Wi-Fi.
Devicescape curates and automates the world's amenity Wi-Fi, enabling mobile operators to magnify their capacity-reach and elevate the "always best connected" experience. Using existing access points is a process that has now come of age, providing operators with an economical solution to deliver optimum customer experience. Devicescape's Curator Service offers seamless access to an actively and intelligently-curated network of amenity Wi-Fi hotspots -- the company monitors nearly 200 million amenity hotspots around the world.
"Amenity Wi-Fi is a ready-made solution to address operators' data requirements," says Nowicki. "Amenity Wi-Fi access points, provided by public organisations and private companies, are everywhere. For example, in London approximately 24 percent of all Wi-Fi access points are open and accessible by the public. They provide a network that's 50 to 100 times the capacity of a mobile operator's data network. We're looking forward to discussions at the WBA Congress to explain how it facilitates monetization."
Devicescape, a Gold Sponsor of the Congress, will be located at Table 2 on the Exhibition Floor. Company experts will discuss operator concerns about capacity and coverage in the world's most densely populated cities and demonstrate how the Curator Service eases cellular network congestion by delivering an always best connected user experience.
Devicescape moves beyond Wi-Fi Offload and uniquely combines intelligent network selection with the world's largest curated virtual network of high-quality Wi-Fi hotspots. This enables mobile operators to magnify their capacity-reach and elevate the "always best connected" experience. Headquartered in San Bruno, California, Devicescape is privately held by leading venture capital companies including Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, August Capital, Jafco Ventures, and Enterprise Partners. For more information visit www.devicescape.com