7SIGNAL Releases Dark Mode and other Enhancements for Sapphire Eye Software

7SIGNAL Releases Dark Mode and other Enhancements for Sapphire Eye Software

Cleveland, OH – 7SIGNAL®, the leader in enterprise Wireless Network Monitoring (WNM) today announced the general availability of new features in its patented Sapphire EyeTM software.

Enhancements to Sapphire Eye include a new leading-edge user experience featuring simplified navigation to allow for even faster identification of global Wi-Fi issues. 7SIGNAL software is developed in an agile environment and new improvements are released every month.  Each release features a blend of customer requests, innovation and industry trends.

7SIGNAL’s cloud customers will receive the upgrade for free, automatically as part of the company’s agile monthly release schedule on March 13, 2020.  Sapphire Eye helps customers find and fix the most complicated Wi-Fi issues relating to:

  • Congestion
  • Coverage
  • Co-channel & radio interference
  • Network services
  • WLAN configuration

Customers and prospects are encouraged to watch a live “Dark Mode Tour” at 11AM Eastern on Thursday, March 12th, a day ahead of the release for a full demonstration of the product and its new enhancements.   Click here to register.  Those who register and cannot attend will receive a recorded copy of the demonstration.

7SIGNAL® is a leader in enterprise Wireless Network Monitoring.  The 7SIGNAL platform is a cloud-based Wireless Network Monitoring (WNM) solution that continuously tests the wireless network for performance issues – maximizing network uptime, device connectivity and network ROI.  The platform was designed for the world’s most innovative organizations, educational institutions, hospitals and government agencies and is currently deployed at F500 companies, hospitals and large venues globally.  7SIGNAL continuously monitors the connectivity of over 4 million global devices.  Learn more at www.7signal.com.

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