The data analytics company has a product to help users of VMware environments keep track of all their virtual infrastructure and discover performance issues.
Gigaom has learned Google’s plans to offer business Wi-Fi services in a very Google-like way. It’s building a virtual Wi-Fi network in the cloud that could connect hundreds of thousands of wireless nodes.
As Devicescape’s customer base grows, so does its virtual Wi-Fi network as every new user begins sniffing out new open Wi-Fi access points to add to its footprint.
Cricket parent Leap Wireless has become the latest carrier to join Devicescape’s curated virtual hotspot network. Rather than build hotspots themselves, Leap and other regional and rural operators are tapping the world of open Wi-Fi.
Overall, the U.S. Government comes up lacking in the movement to the cloud. However, with just a bit of additional work and strategic thinking, they could easily improve that grade.
Devicescape says nearly one in three smartphone buyers never bother to connect their devices to their home Wi-Fi networks, but it’s developed a means of luring those customers into the Wi-Fi fold.
ACN’s wireless arm Flash may not have the most compelling rates today, but with a new deal with Devicescape it may be setting the stage for cheaper data plans in the future.
U.S. Cellular has added Wi-Fi to its mobile data toolbox. But rather than build or lease time on expensive managed hotspot networks, the Chicago carrier is working with Devicescape to tap into its virtual network of nearly 8 million open access points.
Republic is still in beta, but it’s now a much bigger beta. The mobile virtual network operator has fine-tuned its proprietary hybrid-connection technology and Wi-Fi hotspot network with the launch of a new Motorola phone. So it’s opening up the gates to its long waiting list.
When Republic Wireless launched last November it promised to deliver reams of data, voice, and SMS to its customers using a hybrid cellular-Wi-Fi network model. That Wi-Fi has to come from somewhere, and now we know the source: Devicescape.