Accuris Networks Blog

A Better Approach for Wi-Fi Communication on Cruise Lines

Posted by Simon O'Donnell on 06-Nov-2014 17:40:00

 

Just because cruise ship guests are playing and relaxing doesn't mean they don't want to use their phones. The problem is that on-board Wi-Fi is notoriously costly - guests are compelled to buy full Internet service even if only requiring voice or text services.  Often ship Wi-Fi only allows for communication between apps such as iMessage and Viber and not a user’s own phone number.  The downside to seeing spectacular sunsets or relaxing by the pool is that travellers cannot connect with family and friends by simply texting or calling using their own mobile phone, there’s a complicated set-up that needs to be planned before holiday-makers ever leave port. But the award-winning AccuROAM platform solves these problems while giving cruise line operators an easier, more profitable solution for text and voice over Wi-Fi services.

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Topics: Wi-Fi Roaming, Voice Over Wi-Fi

21st Century Technologies: Hotspot 2.0

Posted by Aidan Dillon on 21-Jul-2014 15:00:00

 

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Topics: Hotspot 2.0, Voice Over Wi-Fi

In Wi-Fi We Trust…

Posted by David Reeder on 04-Jul-2014 14:00:00

Or do we?  The topic of Trusted versus Untrusted Wi-Fi came up in a few of my conversations at the recent Wi-Fi Offload Summit in Palo Alto.  Let’s take a look at both from the Mobile Operator’s perspective: 

Connecting Wi-Fi and Mobile_Networks

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Topics: Wi-Fi Offload, Carrier Wi-Fi

Randomizing MAC Address in IOS 8 – Another Y2K Bug?

Posted by Cheng Chuan Khaw on 27-Jun-2014 10:27:07

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Topics: Wi-Fi Offload, Hotspot 2.0, "ios 8"

Join us at the Wi-Fi Offload Summit in Palo Alto

Posted by David Reeder on 27-May-2014 11:15:18

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Topics: Wi-Fi Offload, Hotspot 2.0, Wi-Fi Roaming, Wi-Fi Monetization

New Wi-Fi Roaming customer in Brazil in time for the World Cup

Posted by Gustavo Strenger on 19-May-2014 15:28:00

Here's a recent article in TelecomPaper about our new customer Linktel that is using our AccuROAM product. This will quickly allow their customers to roam globally on Carrier Wi-Fi networks but just as importantly it will mean AT&T subscribers and others can roam onto Linktel's Wi-Fi network 
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Topics: Wi-Fi Roaming

Wi-Fi Offload Predictions

Posted by David Reeder on 26-Mar-2014 11:00:00

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Topics: Wi-Fi Offload

Digicel adopts Accuris Wi-Fi offload, roaming service

Posted by Aidan Dillon on 25-Feb-2014 12:55:23

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Topics: Wi-Fi Offload, Wi-Fi Roaming

New report on Wi-Fi and cellular integration is now out

Posted by Aidan Dillon on 20-Feb-2014 22:33:00

A new report from Senza Fili Consulting on Wi-Fi and cellular integration is out. It is an extensive report with a market report, vendor profiles, in-depth vendor and operator interviews. It is sponsored by Accuris Networks and others so you can get the report for free here: http://info.accuris-networks.com/download-request-form

 

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AT&T, Cisco and Accuris Networks Carrier Wi-Fi for Visitors to MWC

Posted by Aidan Dillon on 17-Feb-2014 15:52:00

Pioneering deployment signals convergence of Wi-Fi and cellular wireless technologies

Hotspot 2.0 will be deployed on a grand scale for the first time, serving tens of thousands of conference attendees at Mobile World Congress 2014 in Barcelona, Spain for Wi-Fi roaming.  AT&T, Cisco and Accuris Networks are collaborating with several global mobile operators, including Bell Mobility, China Mobile, Korea Telecom, MEO, Mobily, NTT DOCOMO, PCCW-HKT, SK Telecom, and True to provide a Next-Generation Hotspot Wi-Fi network at the conference for data roaming so they are always best connected.

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Topics: Wi-Fi Offload, Hotspot 2.0, Wi-Fi Roaming

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