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Nokia joins the multi-AP WiFi world with design win in Thailand

Better late than never at all, Nokia has entered the multi-AP WiFi market, with a design win at AIS Fibre, a broadband challenger brand in Thailand, where it goes up against True, ToT (Telephone Organization of Thailand) and 3BB, who between them have around 8 million broadband lines. The deal is the first to use the technology which Nokia acquired from US mesh specialist Unium back in February this year. It first showed it at Mobile World Congress, adding features such as analytics to report to the cloud and to a smartphone app. The philosophy at AIS seems to be to let the user both install and manage a multi-AP network using his phone – not a popular choice in…

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