Cloud-based WiFi startup, KodaCloud has launched a new cloud-based Wi-Fi service that is powered by Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology, targeting SMB, hotels and multi-location enterprises
Claiming to be the first to offer such solution in the Industry, the company said it is managing over 500 Wi-Fi access points using the technology.
KodaCloud’s service consists of a network of Wi-Fi Access Points (AP) that are shipped directly to customer location(s), without the need for a customer to buy equipment or a partner to manage an inventory or shipments.
With the use of web-based dashboard, or the use of a smartphone app, a customer or partner can install and activate a Wi-Fi business network in minutes with AP-to-cloud activation using existing LAN and Internet. Without the need to buy equipment or software licenses, and for the cost of most vendors’ maintenance contracts, KodaCloud delivers and manages Wi-Fi networks for a low monthly fee.
KodaCloud’s service monitors, learns, adapts and automatically acts to adjust interference parameters in all customer networks using learning and real-time calculations with contextual information in real time, when and where needed without the active involvement of a network IT person.
In 2014, KodaCloud raised $10 million in a Series A round led by Comcast Ventures, Celetic House, and Voyager Capital.