ACT Fibernet leverages Huawei Wi-Fi 6 to build Wi-Fi hotspots for high-density environments

MUMBAI: Atria Convergence Technologies (ACT), which provides broadband service under the name ACT Fibernet, has leveraged Huawei Wi-Fi 6 to build Wi-Fi hotspots designed for high-density environments such as shopping malls, stations, and airports. Enterprises and residents get to enjoy a superior Wi-Fi experience, while the overall operation quality and efficiency of cities improved.

ACT Fibernet is the largest Internet Service Provider (ISP) in South India providing services in five states: Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Tamil Nadu, and Delhi. ACT brings state-of-the-art services, including Fibernet (Internet over fiber optics), digital TV, and High-Definition TV (HDTV) to more than two million customers in the country.

ACT plans to develop urban Wi-Fi hotspots featuring comprehensive and outstanding informatisation capabilities. By doing so, ACT aims to lay a solid foundation to drive innovation in cities, improving their overall strength and competitiveness.

To meet the requirements of densely populated areas, ACT has adopted Huawei’s industry-leading Wi-Fi 6 solution. This solution consists of a Wi-Fi network, a network management center, and a platform for operations.

Wi-Fi Network: Access Points (APs) are deployed to build versatile Wi-Fi networks that can handle a wide range of scenarios. With Huawei’s advanced network planning and optimisation tools integrated into the solution, access experience is assured even in high-density and highly mobile environments.

Network management center: APs distributed across different areas can be centrally managed. The center also offers unified authentication management and policy control over wireless access users, simplifying and securing access to Wi-Fi networks.

Operation Platform: provides a range of Value-Added Services (VASs) through comprehensive and high-quality wireless signal coverage, such as advertisements, direct marketing, and big data analytics, helping ACT improve the business value of their Wi-Fi service.

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