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|Nomadix Announces Enhanced Bandwidth Provisioning Capabilities for Its Internet Access Gateways|
|Posted: Thu Jun 26, 2014 04:42:15 PM|
NSE 8.4 Allocates Bandwidth According to Class, Priority or Location; Benefits Hospitality Industry
HITEC, LOS ANGELES, Booth #1327, June 26, 2014 – Nomadix, Inc., the innovator and pioneer of public access gateways, has announced enhanced bandwidth provisioning capabilities for its AG 2400, AG 5600 and AG 5800 access gateways, which service Internet
connections for guests in a variety of locations, from hotels to convention centers. The updates are part of Nomadix Service Engine (NSE) version 8.4, which will be available in Q3 2014.
Based on a custom implementation of class-based queuing, the provisioning system provides tiered bandwidth management capabilities that allow IT administrators to allocate bandwidth by priority, location or class, such as guest loyalty. This enables hotels and other entities to meet contractual bandwidth obligations with their conference attendees, while still allowing bandwidth to migrate as needed from higher classes to lower classes then back to higher classes as priority traffic increases. Simply put: guests seeking free Internet access are not impacted by high-priority conferences.
“The ability to drill down to specific categories of guests and provision bandwidth accordingly can prove very beneficial for the hospitality industry,” said Nomadix Chief
Commercial and Operating Officer Fred Reeder. “We’re excited about the newest enhancements to our gateway products, which will give hotels and other entities greater control
over their bandwidth and keep their guests happy.”
Specific 8.4 features include:
Designed for smaller properties, such as hotels with up to 150 rooms, the AG 2400 gateway enables the deployment of wired or wireless networks supporting up to 300 simultaneous mobile devices. The AG 5600 and AG 5800 gateways serve larger properties with up to 2,000 and 4,000 simultaneous users, respectively.