Those of you with mulitple devices using Devicescape may have noted some inconsistency in our naming convention. When we first started with the Devicescape automated login product we wanted simply to have the product and the company name be completely consistent. Hence, “welcome to Devicescape” and “Download Devicescape onto your device”, etc.
Unfortunately we faced naming issues, first on the Nokia devices and next on the iPhone, and ended up deciding to use the “Easy Wi-Fi” product name for those platforms. Now, with the Easy Wi-Fi application the most popular WiFi app on the Apple App Store (!) and just about every Nokia N and E series phone showing “Easy Wi-Fi” we’ve decided to rationalize all of our products under this name.
It’ll take a month or so to make it through all of our clients and web site, but expect to see Easy Wi-Fi being the consistent name. Hope you like it!
So, while we’re on this topic, we made a few other changes too. In line with this mission of making Wi-Fi, well, easy, we’ve decided to consolidate all of our various technologies into one product. We haven’t yet released it, but this 3.0 version of Devicescape is primarily targeted at our OEM customers: the makers of PCs, handsets and new WiFi capable devices (that’s when the bulk of Devicescape’s business comes from).
We feel that mobility is critical for these types of products, and WiFi will be used in the office, at home, and of course at public networks. Therefore, our OEM version of Easy Wi-Fi, version 3, will include:
* Our enterprise-class security supplicant
* Optional Cisco CCX support
* Our home consumer oriented, “push-button” Wi-FI Protected Setup
* The automated hotspot login and provisioning system
* A framework to allow integration into the device’s connection manager
There are a bunch of other great enhancements we are making in 3.0, but we’ll disclose those later.