Enhancements to the 7SIGNAL Mobile EyeTM module makes resolving Wi-Fi issues even easier with a newly designed information architecture, voice quality measurement features, as well as connectivity and latency problem detection.
Cleveland, OH –7SIGNAL®, the leader in enterprise Wireless Network Monitoring (WNM) today announced the general availability of new features in its patented Mobile EyeTM module. New features expand Wi-Fi problem finding capabilities which dramatically decrease helpdesk calls and ongoing wireless maintenance while increasing wireless access point service quality.
One of the main features added to the platform is the ability to measure voice quality through the use of a Mean Opinion Score (MOS) on macOS devices.
“In voice communication, Wi-Fi quality on wireless devices can dictate whether the experience is good or bad for the end user. Besides a common qualitative description ‘good or bad’, MOS is a numerical method of expressing voice quality,” explains Russ Wangler, Chief Technology Officer at 7SIGNAL. “MOS will give our customers real visibility into the user experience while they communicate over the wireless network and use the data to proactively make network or device changes as needed.”
7SIGNAL customers always enjoy free monthly upgrades for its SaaS products. Other notable feature enhancements include:
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 Barclays , IBM, Kaiser Permanente, Walgreens, Microsoft and many others. 7SIGNAL continuously monitors the connectivity of over 4 million global devices. Learn more at www.7signal.com.