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Device Intelligence for Network Operators

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Most network operators use basic identifying methods such as listing brand name or MAC address for devices. It allows them to provide generic device identification, in the best case scenario only recognizing personal computers and smartphones. In most cases, Internet of Things (IoT) devices are left unidentified and unprotected.

Using device intelligence, network operators can offer personalized WiFi experience for their customers. This, in turn, will improve customer retention and acquisition in different areas.

So how exactly can identified devices provide a personalized experience? Download this FREE whitepaper to learn more.

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