Nokia has announced today that it has completed the acquisition of Unium. Unium is a Seattle-based software company that specializes in mission-critical and residential Wi-Fi applications.
Espoo, Finland – Nokia today announced it has completed the acquisition of Unium, a Seattle-based software company that specializes in solving complex wireless networking problems for use in mission-critical and residential Wi-Fi applications.
Unium’s software will be embedded into Nokia’s Wi-Fi portfolio to provide operators with a plug-and-play intelligent mesh Wi-Fi solution that is easy to install and constantly optimizes in-home Wi-Fi connections through self-learning and self-healing capabilities. Unium will operate as part of Nokia’s Fixed Networks business group.
Nokia has also announced enhancements to its in-home Wi-Fi solution after this acquisition.
Nokia is introducing several enhancements to its in-home Wi-Fi solution that maximize Wi-Fi performance and simplify network management. The new Wi-Fi solution expands Nokia’s portfolio with meshed Wi-Fi gateways and beacons, delivers a new Wi-Fi Home Portal for service providers, introduces a mobile application for users and provides new software functions and analytics that improve network intelligence.
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