Swisscom Deploys Aptilo's Service Management Platform to Enhance its Carrier WiFi Offering

Source:Swisscom Source:Swisscom

Switzerland’s leading telecoms provider, Swisscom, has selected Aptilo Networks' Service Management Platform™ (SMP) to support future development of their Wi-Fi offerings. The new solution has been integrated with Swisscom’s existing systems, giving Swisscom the flexibility to leverage new technologies and deploy new services easily on its Wi-Fi network.

Swisscom's carrier Wi-Fi network is widely deployed in public amenities throughout Switzerland e.g. hotels, restaurants, railway stations, airports, universities, businesses and, stadiums,  with more than 20,000 access points and 17 million Wi-Fi sessions per month. 

The Aptilo ServiceGlue™ functionality in Aptilo SMP allows service providers to define advanced functionality with configurable rule-sets making Aptilo SMP easy to integrate with a minimal impact on existing systems. This means that the service provider can seamlessly upgrade to Aptilo SMP while keeping the existing systems and functionality, and still benefit from Aptilo’s state-of-the-art Wi-Fi service management system for new services. 

We are proud to have been selected by Swisscom, an innovator in service provider Wi-Fi and a great example for the whole industry. We thrive on working with forward-thinking customers such as Swisscom. It helps us maintain our cutting edge.”

- Torbjorn Ward, CEO, Aptilo Networks

 
 
 

Ray is a news editor at The Fast Mode, bringing with him more than 10 years of experience in the wireless industry.

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