The cloud-based Operating System
for Wi-Fi Access Points
TanazaOS is a Linux-based operating system for centralized wireless network management. It features an intuitive and responsive cloud-based software that makes the deployment and configuration of multiple WiFi access points effortless.
The future of Tanaza would mean that a company or individual wishing to deliver Wi-Fi based connectivity services will be able to select their Wi-Fi hardware and software independently.
Claus Hetting, CEO & Chairman of Wi-Fi NOW
Orchestrate your access points from the cloud
Manage the settings of hundreds of access points from a single cloud platform. With TanazaOS, you can enable SSIDs, configure IP addresses, set radio power and channels, and block clients, to name a few. If you have collaborators, you can also set specific roles and create different permission levels.
Increase operational efficiency by enabling network-wide configurations and maximize service availability, thanks to delta configurations.
Configure your access points before they go online
Speed up your installation process and reduce on-site costs by configuring your access points before they are installed.
Ship the devices to your customers’ premises – the network configurations previously set will sync automatically once the access points are connected.
Control your networks remotely, instead of going onsite
Monitor your access points at any given moment. Get a quick overview of your network’s health status and use historical and real-time data to better understand the performance of your networks.
Manage multiple locations from one dashboard
TanazaOS is continuously updated to deliver turnkey features, patch vulnerabilities, and drive security and stability.
Cost savings and operational efficiency
Disaggregation of software and hardware allows for tremendous CAPEX, OPEX, and TCO reduction. Tanaza’s software is flexible and unlimitedly scalable and helps in delivering wireless networking services faster.
Enterprises and service provider customers reduce complexities and get complete interoperability, freeing themselves from vendor lock-in.