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Hotels, MDU's, Conference Centers benefit from granular Authentication-Free Bandwidth Control
AGOURA HILLS, Calif., Feb. 27, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- This month, Nomadix - an industry leader in visitor-based network (VBN) technology - announced version 8.11 of its Nomadix Service Engine (NSE) software, featuring benefits such as Default Group Bandwidth Management Policies for VLAN's.
The software was developed as a response to the need for authentication-free bandwidth policies. Before version 8.11, subscribers and devices had to authenticate using either the Nomadix built-in captive portal or by using an external web portal in order to benefit from advanced bandwidth management functionalities. With NSE version 8.11, customers can get all of the features of the NSE, now without authentication, including grouping of all internet-connected devices in designated spaces such as residential apartments, personal area networks (PANs), conference rooms and beyond.
Further, by enabling its default group bandwidth management policy for virtual local area networks (VLANs), Nomadix customers can now offer residents, guests and conference attendees the ability to seamlessly connect, while giving network operators the peace of mind that their bandwidth will be distributed according to their requirements. An additional enhancement to this feature allows properties to associate these "Default Groups" with a class, which can then be prioritized, ensuring VLAN's can be regulated and monetized where needed.
"The fact that bandwidth consumption continues to grow exponentially is a foregone conclusion, and it validates the importance of granular and effective bandwidth management," said Fred Reeder, president of Nomadix. "Version 8.11 further refines our ability to manage and improve the end-user experience."
NSE 8.11 represents a significant expansion for Nomadix, extending the dependable service delivery and bandwidth management functions from VBNs to more permanent settings, including apartments and offices. Primarily driven by requirements in the multiple dwelling unit (MDU) market space, Nomadix's Layer 2 bandwidth management enables ISPs and property managers to have essential billing and service delivery controls, without the need for landing pages. For example, defining the maximum upload and download speeds can now be asymmetrically configured, and applied to all devices in a VLAN.
Additional enhancements include improved, editable local web server pages that allow network operators to create a more customized and streamlined user experience. Details on how to configure pages can be found at http://www.nomadix.com/Websites/nomadix/download/agdocs/how-to/billing/How-To-Use-the-PMS-Portal-Template.pdf
To learn more about the NSE software 8.11, Nomadix's access gateways, and its other products and services, visit http://www.nomadix.com.
Nomadix is the pioneer and industry leader in visitor-based network (VBN) technology. Nomadix offers gateways for seamless wired and wireless connectivity solutions across public access networks and enterprises, which has earned the company a global reputation for unparalleled reliability and ease of management. Powered by patented technology, Nomadix throughput enhancement technologies make available bandwidth stretch further, slowing the pace of investment in bandwidth upgrades and enabling revenue generation and customization in a number of business models. With Nomadix, public access network providers are able to deploy cost-effective, secure and easy-to-use network services. For more information, visit http://www.nomadix.com.
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