New 7SIGNAL Patent Expands Unique Capabilities for Measuring Wireless Network Performance Using Mobile Devices
Cleveland, OH –7SIGNAL®, the leader in enterprise Wireless Network Monitoring (WNM), has been issued US patent number 10,375,591 for using “mobile devices to measure wireless network performance” that leverage the computing technology behind the company’s Mobile EyeTM module. This is an expansion of US patent number 10,251,120 which was issued in April of 2019. This marks the company’s twelfth global patent.
The patent addresses the need to provide full visibility into wireless service quality within the $6.1 billion enterprise WLAN market that grew 10.3% year over year in the 4thfourth quarter in 2018 and 7.1% for the full year, according to IDC.
Mobile Eye is the only solution on the market that proactively monitors Wi-Fi roaming, radio frequency interference, wireless coverage, network congestion, and client configuration from the end point.
These key invention elements compliment the already impressive features of Mobile Eye
- Method and system on mobile device to:
- identify and report roaming problems
- identify and report on network load data
- postpone active testing if user device is busy
- correlate performance of similar devices e.g. bad drivers, adapters
- provide feedback if the users’ device breaches a Service Level Agreement (SLA)
- Customizable test profiles allow each customer to run custom tests based on network needs
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 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.