Puedo Utilizar hardware Mikrotik con Tanaza?

¿Puedo utilizar el hardware MikroTik con Tanaza?

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El hardware de MikroTik puede ser a veces complicado y difícil de manejar si no se tiene experiencia en la gestión de métodos de configuración complejos.
¿Tiene hardware MikroTik desplegado y le gustaría tener una alternativa para gestionar otras marcas de puntos de acceso desde una única plataforma? Entonces siga leyendo este artículo y aprenda cómo Tanaza puede ser la alternativa más inteligente para gestionar sus dispositivos Mikrotik y los puntos de acceso de varios proveedores desde una única plataforma sin ninguna complejidad en el medio.

Tanaza para el hardware de MikroTik

La plataforma de gestión de WiFi en la nube de Tanaza es una solución diseñada para profesionales de TI por ingenieros de redes. Despliega y controla las redes WiFi, los puntos de acceso, los SSID y los dispositivos conectados desde un único panel en la nube.
La tecnología robusta y fiable de Tanaza se basa en un sistema operativo basado en Linux compatible con una amplia gama de puntos de acceso, desde los más rentables hasta los de alto rendimiento para empresas.

Amplíe tus redes

Gestione un número ilimitado de redes y puntos de acceso desde el panel de control de Tanaza, accesible desde el escritorio, la tableta o el smartphone, sin coste adicional. Con Tanaza, no hay límite en el número de redes y puntos de acceso gestionados a través de la plataforma. Además, Tanaza le permite mezclar y combinar dispositivos de hardware y escalar sus redes cuando sea necesario.

Reduce los costes

Evite los costes asociados a la dependencia de un proveedor. Tanaza proporciona a los usuarios una flexibilidad sin precedentes y un mayor nivel operativo. Gracias a sus capacidades agnósticas con respecto a los proveedores, los usuarios pueden seleccionar el hardware que prefieran.

Gestione las redes centralizadas

La interfaz fácil de usar de Tanaza permite a los usuarios instalar el firmware de Tanaza en el hardware de MikroTik compatible y gestionar en la nube todos los dispositivos desde un tablero centralizado sin esfuerzo. La ventaja de Tanaza es que los usuarios pueden desplegar redes de forma remota, controlar y solucionar problemas de los puntos de acceso incluso si las redes están en diferentes lugares del mundo.

Aprovisionamiento de APs con Zero-touch

Configure redes eficientes y sin errores. La función de aprovisionamiento sin intervención permite la configuración remota de cientos de AP antes incluso de que se pongan en línea. Envíe los AP preconfigurados a las instalaciones del cliente sólo para su instalación. En cuanto el dispositivo se conecta, obtiene automáticamente todas las configuraciones establecidas en la plataforma.

Integra tus aplicaciones favoritas

El rico mercado de Tanaza permite a los usuarios integrar aplicaciones de terceros de proveedores de software independientes para satisfacer cualquier necesidad específica. Habilita aplicaciones como Cloud4Wi o Social WiFi para potenciar la experiencia WiFi de los invitados o Express Wi-Fi by Facebook para monetizar las redes WiFi en países emergentes. También tenemos el Classic Hotspot by Tanaza para gestionar puntos de acceso WiFi públicos desde la nube.

Disfrute de un plan de suscripción flexible

Tanaza ofrece planes de suscripción flexibles que se adaptan a cualquier despliegue de red. Aproveche los compromisos mensuales si está desplegando redes estacionales. O bien, contrate planes de suscripción anuales, de 3 o 5 años para despliegues de larga duración. Puede desplegar varias redes y tener diferentes planes de suscripción por red. Nos adaptamos a sus necesidades de despliegue. Nuestra suscripción mensual comienza en 3,50 dólares por dispositivo. Por otro lado, nuestros planes anuales parten de 35 dólares por AP (ahorro del 16%), 70 dólares por AP durante 3 años (ahorro del 45%) o 105 dólares por AP para el plan de 5 años (ahorro del 50%).

Hardware MikroTik compatible con Tanaza

Actualmente, Tanaza es compatible con MikroTik RB951UI 2HnD y MikroTik wAP AC. También es compatible con dispositivos Ubiquiti, Comfast, DCN, LigoWave, Amer Networks, Intelbras, PowerCloud y OpenMesh. Continuamente añadimos nuevo hardware a nuestra lista de compatibilidad. Si no encuentra su dispositivo en nuestra lista, podemos desarrollar la compatibilidad bajo demanda para grandes despliegues de red. Sólo tiene que rellenar el formulario “Solicitar un dispositivo” y realizaremos una investigación gratuita para ver si el dispositivo es compatible.

 

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Zero Touch Provisioning – A scientific method to reduce unnecessary network activities and Scope3 emissions

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Zero Touch Provisioning – A scientific method to reduce unnecessary network activities and Scope3 emissions

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The Zero-touch provisioning is the process that can reduce time-consuming networking activities such as operating systems updating, patches or bug fixes, and features implementation, setting up WiFi access points automatically, and following agile principles.

Zero-touch provisioning could have economic and enviromental impacts when MSPs, ISPs, and SPs have to deploy a consistent number of WiFi devices.
Typically, the AP installation procedure is one of the highest cost factors in the business plan of every company.
Adding hundreds or thousands of WiFi access points through repetitious manual commands requires a lot of effort and time that becomes a lot of money in large-scale environments.
Not to mention wrong configurations, errors, and other network problems that can exceed the forecasted budget.

Zero-touch provisioning can reduce time-consuming activities scientifically

Zero-touch provisioning method is based on a solid scientific approach. In 2021, Ivan Grgurević (Associate Professor at Faculty of Transport and Traffic Sciences at University of Zagabria) and Ivan Simunić (Solutions Architect at Ericsson and Associate Professor at Faculty of Transport and Traffic Sciences at University of Zagabria) have conducted a definitive study about the automation of network device configuration using Zero-Touch Provisioning.

The conference paper has shown proven significant savings in the installation time: until
over 95% (depending on the AP)

Installation time and provisioning costs represent an important cost in the CAPEX/OPEX model.
This is why this scientific study has mathematically shown as the reduction of AP installation time is directly related to the reduction of deployment costs.

Tanaza has pioneered the zero-touch provisioning methodology as a cost reduction catalyst for network deployment, when in 2020, we published an article about the real cost of wireless networks and how to calculate the TCO of WiFi networks.

Zero-touch provisioning can reduce Scope 3 – Categories 6-7 emissions

When a ZTP is implemented in the network deployment process, MSPs, ISPs, and SPs can avoid sending technical employees onsite to perform the installation of the network access points.
Network administrators can remotely configure WiFi access points and send them pre-configured to the customer’s premises for installation.

This contributes to a significant reduction in indirect greenhouse emissions.

Today, the most valuable study conducted about the emissions for MSPs, ISPs and SPs shows that:

“Average CO2/km emissions vary by vehicle type and age, so the 120gr/km considered here is an optimistic scenario.​ If you multiply these numbers with several hundreds of field interventions typically run per day you can quickly see that there are tons of CO2 emitted per month.”
– Cisco Study

 

In environmental science, business travel carbon footprinting (travel by air, rail, bus, automobile or other modes of travel, employee commuting, and hotel stays) is part of the Scope 3 – Categories 6-7 emissions (indirect greenhouse emissions – CO2, CH4, N2O, HFC, or CO2e emitted per kilometer or per passenger-kilometer traveled.)

Different studies conducted by GHG Protocol and Carbon Trust has shown that these categories represent some of the largest sources of emissions for companies (in some cases as high as 85% to 95%).

Zero Touch Provisioning can reduce Scope3 emissions

Net zero (that cover Scope1, 2 and 3) can’t happen without a total revolution of supply chains.
Zero touch provisioning in network configurations can be part of that change.

Through the reduction of business travels and the programmatic obsolescence of devices to change periodically, ZTP can indirectly help MSPs, ISPs and SPs to obtain international certifications as PAS 2060 in order to demonstrate the organization’s commitment to decarbonisation, and the neutralization of remaining impact through the support of environmental projects.

 

How does zero-touch provisioning work?

The Tanaza zero-touch provisioning feature is based on a highly complex algorithm. We try to resume in a few lines the ZTP architecture, trusting to express what are the branches and bounds that concur to cut costs for companies.

When a WiFi device has activated the zero-touch provisioning capability, the algorithm starts:
– to search for a DHCP server on the network to obtain the IP address,
– to obtain gateway information,
– to verify the location of the DNS server.

At this point, if the location of the DNS server is not provided or unreachable, DHCP uses other DNS services.

When the device has obtained an IP address, it faces other configuration obstacles such as:
– firewalls.

The device processes the DHCP options and locates configuration files, executes scripts, and upgrades and/or downgrades software.

If both the image and configuration files are present, the image is installed and the configuration is applied.

If only the image file is present, the image is installed on the device.

If the image is the same as the image already installed on the device, ZTP continues and skips the installation step.

If the image was unable to be fetched by the device, ZTP will try to fetch the image again.

If the image has corrupted, the installation fails.

If installation fails for any reason, ZTP will restart.

If there is no image or configuration file, the ZTP process starts again.

If there is no file server information, the ZTP process starts again.
Once the configuration is committed, the ZTP process has been deemed successful and terminates.

The precedent list is only a brief sequence of the operation that occurs during the ZTP provisioning process.
In the best cases, we have counted 19 operations that network administrators can solve with further sub-tasks and manual commands.
In these steps, random events and triggers that can cause the restart of the process can suddenly happen, increasing the number of time-consuming operations.

For instance, these events are:
– Request for the configuration file, script file, or image file fails.
– The configuration file is incorrect, and the commit fails.
– No configuration files and no image files are available.
– The image file has been corrupted, and installation fails.
– No file server information is available.
– The DHCP server does not have valid ZTP parameters configured.
– When none of the DHCP client interfaces goes to a bound state.
– ZTP transaction fails after six attempts to fetch the configuration file or image file.

Tanaza’s zero-touch provisioning algorithm solves all these passages in a single automatic operation, allowing the access points configuration in a few seconds.

Tanaza’s zero-touch provisioning algorithm solves all these passages in a single automatic operation, allowing the access points configuration in a few seconds.

Advantages of Zero-touch provisioning

The main advantages of zero-touch provisioning includes:
– automated setup of network devices;
– reduced time in manual configuration;
– reduced costs from less time being spent on manual tasks;
– easier and quicker updates;
– reduction of possible errors generated by human configurations;
– less time to get network devices operational.
– growing efficiency in large-scale device deployments.

Why Tanaza?

  • Tanaza software upgrades existing Wi-Fi networks.
  • Tanaza works with the most common easy-to-procure Wi-Fi access points available in most countries, such as Ubiquiti, MikroTik, TP-Link. If a device model is not supported yet, Tanaza may support it on request for medium to large network deployments. Discover all devices compatible.
  • IT teams do not need to deploy any hardware controller. Tanaza is 100% cloud-based and ready to use with no need for AWS instance deployments.
  • Our platform provides unlimited scalability.
  • It’s powerful and it has an intuitive user interface.

The Tanaza team can help you to select the best hardware that runs the Tanaza Operating System out-of-the-box from our OEM partners for a plug-and-play experience. Discover the Tanaza Powered Devices.

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The Tanaza team can help you to select the best hardware that runs the Tanaza Operating System out-of-the-box from our OEM partners for a plug-and-play experience. 

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✔︎ Intelbras, Comfast, Amer Networks, DCN and Yuncore with Tanaza pre-installed 

WiFi notification – Receive notifications when access points go offline

WiFi notification alert system – Receive Email Alerts when Access Points Go Offline

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when access points go offline.

Sometimes, access points can disconnect from networks for various technical reasons (wrong IP configuration settings, loss of power, poor network connectivities by Service Providers, WiFi interferences).
This could happen without warning, at different moments of the day or night.
Tanaza allows users to trigger WiFi notifications sending automatic emails to members or external guests when a device loses contact with the cloud.

Set up offline device notifications and receive real-time alerts when something goes wrong in your network

Network administrators can scan the network status in specific time intervals:

– 1 minute;
– 5 minutes;
– 30 minutes;
– 1 hour;
– 1 day.

The procedure of AP scan starts when the cloud sends multiple pings to the entire network. (Here we use generically the term “ping”. We suggest you read the technical guide about alert notification system to understand more about what ping means)

When the process has terminated, network administrators can visualize a global vision of device status on Mapbox and obtain detailed information about networks, access points and connected clients.

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If one or more WiFi devices don’t answer to this ping, the system understands possible network problems are happening and sends as many email alerts as the offline devices are.

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Technical guide about WiFi notification alert system

Cloud-managed WiFi access points configured in Tanaza are divided in three different categories:

– APs with TanazaOS included in the firmware;
– APs that support SNMP protocol;
– APs that don’t support SNMP protocol.

The first category of the access point is monitored via a proprietary protocol that takes advantage of keepalive packets. These packets can include statistical information about the device. In this case, if TanazaCloud stops receiving keepalive packets, the device is considered “offline”.

The second category of access points is monitored through SNMP protocol. The Tanaza agent, distributed in the AP’s LAN, asks in polling the status through an SNMP request. If the device does not respond to SNMP, the device is considered offline.

The third category of access points is monitored by a simple ping executed by the Tanaza agent and distributed in the AP’s LAN. If the device does not respond to Ping, the device is considered offline.

At that moment the alert notification system triggers real-time emails.
Network administrators can select to send a notification to internal members or external email addresses.

Forget VPN and manual pings on the network

Until now, for this type of scanning, VPNs and manual pings were required.
Thanks to the Tanaza WiFi remote monitoring interface, network administrators can avoid learning useless technical activities and saving time and money without using additional platforms or network solutions.

Network APIs for WiFi alert notifications

The Tanaza WiFi alert notification system works thanks to the integration of multiple types of APIs. Soon we will publish the full list of APIs compatible with Tanaza

With Tanaza WiFi notification system you avoid to receive tons of emails for multiple disconnections

When multiple access points disconnect at the same moment, ideally, network administrators should receive as many emails as the device number. It’s not improbable that it happens.

Tanaza has studied three different mechanisms to avoid this:
1) an anti-email-storm spike that aggregates emails in a single one.
2) an inhibitor that postpones email alerts with a time interval of 1 hour.
3) a large set of APIs to detect when devices go offline and warn network administrators.

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Tanaza May 2022 Update – New client policy feature, bandwidth control and more APs compatibility

Tanaza May 2022 update – New client policy, bandwidth control and more APs compatibility

Tanaza May 2022 update allows MSPs and IT professionals to experience a new level of WiFi access control thanks to the custom client policy feature. Now network administrators can create multiple granular client policies setting the type of block for each client, the allocated bandwidth limit, and if the client can bypass the splash page automatically.


Create and assign a custom policy to each network, SSID or client

The new Tanaza client policy introduces an advanced WiFi access control system that allows network administrators to regulate network permissions efficiently.

Network administrators can create custom client policies and assign them at network, SSID or client level.

 

Block or prevent client connections with a custom message

Not all clients are created equal. Sometimes it’s necessary to block them once connected, sometimes it’s necessary to prevent them even from associating to the SSID.

Let’s assume that in a guest network you have 500 connected clients. Ten of them are suspicious clients: some of them are visiting prohibited websites and some of them are downloading huge files, consuming a large amount of bandwidth. Typically, you should manually block each single MAC address, after careful behavior analysis.

Thanks to this feature, the user has two approaches to address this problem: Block clients once connected or Prevent clients from connecting.

Block clients once connected allows clients to associate to the SSID and receive an IP address from the LAN, but no Internet connection will be provided. These clients will appear in the client list section and they will be counted as connected clients. In this way, you can have the complete client list under control.

Let’s assume, instead, you know exactly the MAC address you want to exclude from your network before it is connected.

Prevent clients from connecting is the feature that prohibits clients from associating to the SSID or receiving any IP address from the LAN. These clients will not appear in the client list section.

 

Intuitive bandwidth management

Ensuring the perfect balance in connection provisioning is a complex task.

Let’s assume that one client is using 70% of the available download bandwidth while downloading for example a huge file.
Network administrators can proportionally decrease the download limit parameters for that client on the fly, reducing its bandwidth consumption and allowing a better bandwidth allocation among other clients.

 

More features, more APs

Tanaza has expanded its compatible device list with new AP models.

 

We introduced support for:

Some of these devices can now be directly procured from our OEM partners as Tanaza Powered Devices (i.e. with TanazaOS pre-installed). Enjoy Tanaza out-of-the-box.

 

Bring compatible APs to Tanaza in under 3 minutes, with the new Installer

The TanazaOS Installer allows network professionals to quickly and easily install TanazaOS on supported APs, which can now be brought to the Tanaza platform and configured in under 3 minutes (watch the video).
This ultimate solution is perfect for MSPs, ISPs, and enterprise businesses that need to deploy hundreds or thousands of devices.

 

New apps & integrations in the Tanaza marketplace

Tanaza is adding new vertically focused solutions, allowing several applications from Independent Software Vendors to support more use cases.
In the past, we have reached important milestones developing integrations with Express WiFi by Facebook, Cloud4Wi and Classic Hotspot.
With this May 2022 update, we welcome Social Wi-Fi.
Social Wi-Fi is the splash page and cloud hotspot management platform that allows network administrators to configure, manage and customize splash pages to obtain more valuable information about customers through social login via Facebook, Twitter, Linked In, or other social network accounts. It also provides sophisticated advertising functionalities and integrations with multiple advertising-related services.

 

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Enterprise WiFi solutions for wireless infrastructures by Facebook Connectivity (Meta) and Tanaza

Enterprise WiFi solutions for wireless infrastructures by Facebook Connectivity (Meta) and Tanaza

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wireless infrastructures by Facebook Connectivity (Meta).

Facebook Connectivity (Meta) is working on four revolutionary enterprise WiFi solutions for wireless infrastructures.

Tanaza has joined Facebook Connectivity’s Express Wi-Fi Technology Partner Program in 2020. The company is proud to cooperate with the Facebook Express Wi-Fi project in order to help Service Providers and Operators to monetize WiFi networks and manage them from the cloud.

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Build, operate, grow, and monetize your Wi-Fi business.

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Magma

Deploy easily mobile networks in hard-to-reach areas thanks to an intuitive open-source platform for network operators.

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Terragraph

Deliver cost-effective fiber-likes speeds using 60 GHz unlicensed spectrum.

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Evenstar

Expanding the OpenRAN ecosystem to improve flexibility, drive innovation, increase supplier diversity, and reduce TCO costs for operators.

Express WiFi by Facebook and Tanaza

Monetize WiFi networks with Express Wi-Fi and manage all your access points with Tanaza

How does Express Wi-Fi by Facebook work?

Express WiFi is the SaaS cloud platform to build and grow WiFi businesses in a scalable way. Internet providers can take advantage of valuable network usage insights and business analytics metrics to develop and maintain sustainable Wi-Fi services with an excellent user experience.

Providers can monetize WiFi by selling connectivity and enabling local businesses to sell data packs to final users. Sold and consumed data are under control at any moment and from anywhere thanks to the intuitive and responsive centralized dashboard.

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Medical clinics

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Hostels

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Coffee shops

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Restaurants

Shopping malls Express WiFi

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Medical clinics

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Hostels

Shopping malls Express WiFi

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Coffee shops

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Restaurants

Is Express WiFi by Facebook free?

Customers can purchase data packs via digital vouchers. The price is variable and it depends on variable factors.

Where is Express Wi-Fi currently available?

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Africa
Burkina Faso, Ghana, Kenya, Malawi, Nigeria, Senegal, South Africa, Tanzania and Uganda

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South America
Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Ecuador, and Peru

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Asia
India, Nepal and Thailand

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South East Asia
Indonesia and Philippines

Tanaza & XWF Architecture

In order to broaden the understanding, in the following scheme service providers and network operators can graphically visualize the HW/SW architecture of the Express WiFi project integrated with the AP cloud management platform Tanaza.

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Monetize WiFi with Facebook Express WiFi.
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Magma

What is Magma by Facebook?

Magma is a software platform for network operators developed to provide network connectivity solutions for remote locations, factories, and enterprises. It enables Communication Service Providers (CSPs) to deliver fast and reliable internet connectivity with innovative features.

Magma is a valid opportunity for CSPs to save money, reducing CAPEX and OPEX costs.

Is Magma by Facebook open-source?

Yes. Magma is an open-source centralized cloud-based controller on a public or private cloud environment. The platform works with existing LTE base stations and can federate with traditional mobile cores to extend services to new areas.

Terragraph

What is Terragraph by Facebook?

Terragraph is the affordable wireless infrastructure solution designed to meet the growing demand for reliable, fiber-speed internet access in urban and suburban environments.

Over the next 5 years, the annual global IP traffic will reach 396 exabytes per month.
The number of devices connected to the internet is expected to double at the same time.

What are the use cases of Terragraph?

– Fixed Wireless Access;
– Mobile Backhaul;
– Outdoor WiFi;
– Smart City.

What are the benefits of Terragraph?

Time to Market reduction
Terragraph lets reduce Time to Market for network deployments thanks to mountable outdoor WiFi devices without costly right-of-way permissions.

Network scalability
Terragraph improves network scalability reducing the upfront investment needed.

The resilience of Wireless Mesh Networks
Terragraph deploys a multi-node mesh network, allowing for built-in signal re-rerouting to ensure high availability and reliability.

Evenstar

What is Evenstar by Facebook?

The primary goal of the Evenstar program is to create a secure, robust, and sustainable alternative to the existing OpenRAN wireless infrastructure solution ecosystem.
Evenstar intends to provide a comprehensive and intuitive platform for the product life cycle, from requirements to production, including testing, validation, and eventually procurement. With a consistent reduction of TCO costs for operators.

The Evenstar Program decouples the Radio Unit (RU), Distribution Unit (DU), and the Centralized Unit (CU) through standard intuitive interfaces between each element. Vendors can focus on their area of expertise and competitive advantage while MNOs can choose best-of-breed components that meet MNO requirements.

What are the benefits of Evenstar by Facebook?

– Improve network flexibility
– Drive innovation in the OpenRAN ecosystem
– Increase supplier diversity and hardware/software disaggregation
– Reduce Total Costs of Ownership for network operators (link to Valeria’s article)

Traditionally, the RRU hardware, DU hardware, and CU software are sold as a package. The goal of OpenRAN and the Evenstar program is to decouple these elements and provide alternative solutions supporting standard interfaces.

Facebook Express WiFi and Tanaza – The ultimate enterprise WiFi solution for WiFi monetization

Where available, Facebook Express WiFi and Tanaza cloud platform combined together, represent the ultimate enterprise WiFi solutions to sell data packs for internet access when customers desire (daily, weekly, monthly).

SPs and Operators can enjoy a wide range of compatible WiFi devices with Tanaza to deploy performing and cost-effective WiFi networks while offering access to fast, affordable, and reliable internet thanks to the WiFi monetization ecosystem of Express Wi-Fi.

Start monetizing your WiFi networks with Express Wi-Fi and cloud-managed them with Tanaza.
Get in touch with us to know if you qualify for Express Wi-Fi.

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