Siemens Delivers on Open Mobility Promise with HiPath Managed Services for Municipal and Enterprise Wireless Networks
User simplicity and mobility lies at the heart of the Wi-Fi dream, and now Siemens takes that dream one step closer to reality for enterprises and municipalities. By leveraging the global expertise of Siemens Communications, one of the world’s leading Managed Service providers, enterprises and municipalities can deliver the Wi-Fi dream with confidence.
Siemens Communications, Inc. (NYSE: SI) debuts its HiPath(R) Managed Services for Wireless Networks solution. This solution helps both enterprises and municipalities deliver the Wi-Fi simplicity and mobility their people need to be more productive, collaborative and effective in their work and personal lives. It can also help build and operate Wi-Fi networks more quickly and cost-effectively, with fewer headaches.
Siemens’ extension to its HiPath Managed Services portfolio offers a single contact point for around-the-clock remote monitoring, management and service desk support of large-scale Wi-Fi networks, both in enterprise-wide and municipal mesh configurations. It also covers multivendor environments - not only Siemens’ own HiPath Wireless LAN, but also the components and networks from all major Wi-Fi vendors.
In support of Siemens’ approach to Open Communications, HiPath Managed Services for Wireless Networks is a building block of its Enterprise Fixed Mobile Convenience strategy, delivering on the promise of Open Mobility. It joins a rich suite of many other Siemens advanced Open Mobility solutions that are quickly bringing the benefits of anytime, anywhere information access and communications to people around the world.
HiPath Managed Services for Wireless Networks can simplify project management and minimize risk significantly while dramatically reducing capital and operational expenses. What’s more, Siemens Managed Services offer predictable pricing with pre-determined monthly costs, no hidden expenses, and specific service level agreements and performance metrics. To do this, Siemens is leveraging its long experience in building and operating local and global communications networks for some of the world’s largest companies.
“Our HiPath Managed Services takes on the worrisome burdens that operating large-scale Wi-Fi networks can create,” said Eve Aretakis, CEO, Siemens Communications, Inc. “This way, enterprises and municipalities don’t have to invest in the tools, training or know-how to do it themselves. Instead, they can focus their energies and resources on what they do best, like delivering value or services to their customers or constituents.”
“Taking the managed services approach with Siemens for Wireless Washtenaw turned out to be a smart move,” said James McFarlane, Chief Project Coordinator for Wireless Washtenaw of Washtenaw County, Mich., which is piloting a wireless network. “The residents of our community require a quality wireless service - one that is monitored and maintained 24x7 to ensure maximum uptime. Siemens’ expertise has helped our municipal wireless project contain risks and ensure success. Their expertise and support is unparalleled.”
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