Wyebot Introduces New Security Features and Improved User Experience

Wyebot Introduces New Security Features and Improved User Experience

By Enterprise Networking Mag | Tuesday, July 28, 2020

Wyebot has published about their new showcases of the award-winning, patented Wireless Intelligence Platform (WIP).

FREMONT, CA: Wyebot is the leader in AI-driven wi-fi automation. Recently they have published about their breathtaking new showcases of the award-winning, patented Wireless Intelligence Platform (WIP). With the help of Version 3.0, WIP has extended the elements of its security and improved user experience with the first-to-market support for wi-fi 6 (802.11ax) and more comprehensive AP Classification.

The Wyebot WIP combines on-premise sensor hardware and cloud-based vendor-agnostic software that can be implemented smoothly with any current network structure. Its innovative wireless optimization algorithms can operate along with next-generation predictive analytics. The combination can even recognize the potential risks or issues to make sure the Wi-Fi is running consistently and effectively while offering actionable steps to enhance the performance.

According to Roger Sands, CEO and Co-Founder of Wyebot, “As the leaders in AI-driven Wi-Fi automation, Wyebot is committed to continued innovation and ensuring our WIP always defines the industry standard. Wi-Fi is always changing, and WIP will always be the leader in changing and adapting with it. Were committed to proactively adding the design features that our customers need to ensure Wi-Fi optimization in their businesses.”

With its industry-leading and the updates of features that are first in the market, WIP can now operate its full collection of network tests that are also available remotely by utilizing Wi-Fi 6 technology. It can even recognize every Wi-Fi 6 Access Points and Clients who are making use of its device fingerprinting. Wyebot has also extended the WIPs security features to categorize ever identified APs like Mine, Known, Unknown, and Unauthorized. The automatic alerts are sent for any Unknown and Unauthorized Apps that can be detected.

Sands added that “The market for Wi-Fi 6 devices and network infrastructure is growing. As these devices start showing up in more businesses and organizations, we want all WIP users to rest assured that WIP supports and recognizes all new capabilities.”

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