7SIGNAL has announced the general availability of Mobile Eye for the Linux-based IGEL OS at the Virtual Wi-Fi World Congress 2020.
FREMONT, CA: 7SIGNAL,an enterprise wireless experience monitoring firm, has announced the general availability of Mobile Eye for the Linux-based IGEL OS at the Virtual Wi-Fi World Congress 2020. The latest release of Mobile Eye addresses the requirement for visibility and control over Wi-Fi connectivity with strategic endpoints that consist of PCs, laptops, tablets, thin clients, and other x86-64 devices.
By the end of 2027, it is estimated that the global Linux Operating System market size will reach $15.64 billion.
According to Simon Renouf, VP of Product at 7SIGNAL, "The addition of the IGEL OS Linux agent for Mobile Eye expands our reach into the extended enterprise, healthcare, manufacturing, insurance and financial industries where reliable connectivity matters most.Through this partnership with IGEL, we provide our joint customers with the visibility and control they need to ensure critical wireless connections with end points stay strong while reducing downtime related costs."
IGEL OS agent for Mobile Eye was developed with 7SIGNAL's participation in the IGEL Ready partner program, which is an ecosystem of cutting-edge solutions that have been verified for use with IGEL OS. Simon Clephan, the VP of Business Development and Strategic Alliances, IGEL, mentioned, "In the face of today's new remote-work era, wireless connectivity and mobility has never been more important.We are excited to have 7SIGNAL as an activated partner in the IGEL Ready program as they work to give customers across our critical vertical industries the connectivity, they need to optimize user experience and productivity. By joining our growing network of more than 100 IGEL Ready partners, 7SIGNAL is part of a new validation movement in the end user computing industry."
Mobile Eye utilizes the patented technology to scan the Wi-Fi network for connection problems that might impact the digital experience and productivity of end-users missed by the outdated controller-based monitoring solutions.