Issue #2003 - 10
INFRASTRUCTURE, PRODUCTS & SERVICES
Nomadix Provides Key Functionality in Seamless End-to-End Billing and Authentication Solutions
New Orleans, LA., 17 March 2003
Nomadix Inc., a supplier of Public-access solutions, and inCode Telecom, a leading wireless technology consulting firm, demonstrated end-to-end interoperable billing solutions for mobile operators deploying Public-access Wi-Fi networks at CTIA Wireless 2003 in New
Nomadix and inCode Telecom used The Wireless Technology Lab, a partnership between inCode, TMNG, and Fluor, to demonstrate a Wi-Fi enabled laptop connecting to a HotSpot, undergoing authentication and tallying the cost on an existing cell phone account. “We are excited about leveraging Nomadix’ transparent, secure and flexible solutions to showcase the latest in complete Wi-Fi billing technology,” said Robert Sanchez, chief technology officer for inCode Telecom.
“Working with inCode and the Wireless Technology Lab further allows Nomadix to broaden its reach to mobile operators looking for ways to expand their service offerings. Nomadix’ product is the key component for deploying successful Public-access networks,” said John DiGiovanni, director of marketing for Nomadix. “We are excited to be a part of this demonstration and we look forward to continuing a working relationship with inCode.”
Nomadix’ Public-access gateways and software solutions are deployed in over 3,000 various locations worldwide including hotels, airports, convention centers, Wi-Fi HotSpots and enterprises offering guest access to the Internet for visiting partners and customers. Nomadix solutions provide transparent and secure mobile user connectivity for the end-user and offer a variety of front-end and back-end features and functionalities that can be tailored to the provider or venue owner’s requirements.
About inCode Telecom
inCode Telecom Group, a wireless technology-consulting firm, stays one step ahead of technology and business challenges that stymie the speed of wireless evolution. inCode's consultants, deeply rooted in the world of wireless, are organized to address the specific, ever-changing needs of wireless carriers and manufacturers. inCode's practice areas include, but are not limited to, Operational Performance Assessment, E911/LBS, G-Path Migration and Wi-Fi. inCode's innovative technology lab, dubbed the "smallest wireless carrier in the world," serves as a real-world testing ground for the next generation of wireless services, technologies, support systems and applications that are shaping the wireless future. inCode is based in La Jolla, Calif.
About the Wireless Technology Lab
The Wireless Technology Lab, a partnership between TMNG, Fluor and inCode Telecom Group, is
an independent facility to provide a real-world testing ground for the industry’s next generation wireless technologies and applications. The lab, located in La Jolla, California, was created to help wireless carriers and technology providers solve complex network integration, support and interoperability issues before committing significant capital to new ventures.
Nomadix develops mobility software technology, which enhances security while enabling mobility in wireless and wired data networks by delivering universal mobile connectivity, advanced security, and policy-based traffic shaping to the mobile worker. In Nomadix-enabled networks, users receive secure, high-speed data services at their offices, on the road, in their homes-virtually anywhere they go.
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MobileInfo Comments and Advisory: Hotspot billing,
interoperability and authentication are important requirements for
widespread acceptance of Wi-Fi networks as partial alternatives to
2.5G/3G wide-area wireless networks. Nomadix-inCode team is among a
small group of vendors who are addressing this requirement.
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