Cleveland, OH – 7SIGNAL®, the leader in enterprise cloud Wireless Network Monitoring today announced that its customer, Denver International Airport, ranked number one in a new Wall Street Journal survey naming the Best of the Biggest U.S. Airports. The WSJ U.S. Airport Rankings uses 15 metrics, including Wi-Fi speed, to determine which of the 20 largest airports treat travelers better.
According to the Journal, “The rankings scored the 20 largest U.S. air depots in 15 categories, from on-time reliability to longest walk. The rankings are designed to reflect what matters most to travelers, including categories like security-line wait times, Wi-Fi speed, average Yelp scores for restaurants, average fares, Uber cost to the local convention center, rental-car taxes and fees, number of nonstop destinations and market dominance of the largest airline.
In the Denver Post, DIA spokeswoman Emily Williams said, “Obviously, it’s something we’re very excited about and proud of. Our leadership team and the airport in general is focused on providing the best passenger experience and I think that is reflected in the Wall Street Journal ranking.”
For large organizations that rely on mission critical Wi-Fi to conduct business, 7SIGNAL is a cloud-based Wireless Network Monitoring (WNM) platform that continuously monitors the wireless network for performance issues – maximizing network uptime, device connectivity and network ROI.
7SIGNAL® is a leader in enterprise cloud Wireless Network Monitoring. Founded by wireless networking pioneers, the company delivers applications that continuously diagnose the stability of its clients’ Wi-Fi networks. 7SIGNAL applications are designed for the world’s most innovative organizations, educational institutions, hospitals and government agencies and are currently deployed at Booz Allen Hamilton, IBM, Kaiser Permanente, University Hospitals and other Fortune 500 companies. 7SIGNAL continuously monitors the connectivity of over 4 million global devices. Learn more at www.7signal.com.