ASSIA provides new insights on improving Wi-Fi quality experience without adding physical access points
The supplier of broadband and Wi-Fi management software, Adaptive Spectrum and Signal Alignment of broadband and Wi-Fi management software announced, it has used data from its large global installed base to train its cloud AI system to assess and optimize residential customer Quality of Experience. In his Wi-Fi Now Shanghai keynote presentation ASSIA CEO and Chairman John Cioffi announced ASSIA’s AI model for Wi-Fi management and optimization.
In a Wi-Fi Alliance on next-generation Wi-Fi, also at Wi-Fi Now Shanghai, Cioffi proposed a new path forward using Ergodic Spectrum Management to guide the optimization of Wi-Fi.
Wi-Fi can often be the weakest link in subscriber performance regardless if the wired connection is fiber, cable or copper.
ESM builds statistical distributions of activity, links, and other Wi-Fi performance factors in the aggregate and uses the recurring, ergodic portions for guiding the optimization of Wi-Fi. Ergodic means the variation in time is consistent and can be characterized by a single distribution for individual states in which the Wi-Fi channel exists. Cioffi proposed the industry adopt ESM in three stages from today’s simpler systems to more advanced methods. Each step represents an increase in the data shared across the industry and controlled through the cloud.