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Free, public, and intentionally shared Wi-Fi access, as in a café, public library, or lodging.
The careful, repeated validation and monitoring of a virtual network of amenity (free, public, and intentionally shared) Wi-Fi hotspots, to greatly improve the general availability of network access by user devices in a given location.
Curator technology that crunches the data gathered over time through intelligent network selection and vets hotspots for inclusion in the massive Devicescape Curated Virtual Network (CVN), through a process of validating and recording performance metrics and other characteristics: (1) checking whether they have previously been ruled out; if not, (2) checking for adequate quality, access rules, keys, bypass methods, and authentication; and (3) if qualified, adding them to the CVN for continued monitoring; those that soon generate positive user experiences remain in the CVN and are monitored with all subsequent connections.
Localized wireless distribution of marketing content associated with a particular venue. Typically, the marketing content is managed by the venue owner; it can include promotional content for a new product, service, or event; a request for a survey response or feedback; a link to social media outlets; and more.
When using Devicescape’s PopWiFi service, the venue owner offers the proximity marketing content to individuals who are connected to the venue’s amenity Wi-Fi.