The epidemic is expected to cast a serious and lasting impact on the hospitality industry in the short term and is likely to recover in six months’ time. Due to the suppression of customer demand during the epidemic, the industry is expected to face a period of concentrated demand release after the epidemic. How to quickly and accurately capture the change in customer demand, how to turn crisis into opportunity and how to seize the opportunity for development? These have become the key challenges for hoteliers to ponder. This is a fabulous time for hotels to reinvent themselves and infuse their operations with fresh thinking.
Here are some tips to help hospitality overcome the difficulties that
Adopt cloud technologies
Remote working becomes the norm for today. Thanks
to innovations and technology, even such a people-centric industry as
hospitality experiences an increase in telecommuting. In fact, hoteliers can
manage all the hotel processes without even being there. With cloud-based
Property Management Systems, they are able to control all operations at anytime
Products like Udaya offer a fully cloud managed experience for hotels and restaurants, allows hoteliers to use a mobile app and control everything about their Wi-Fi experience. The Udaya series of products are all managed centrally from a public cloud including configuration, monitoring, captive portals, SMS sign-on, payment gateway interfaces and analytics.
Use this time for hotel maintenance and renovation
Coronavirus outbreak doesn’t mean
hoteliers are closing doors and are just waiting for this period to end. It’s a
perfect time to catch up and improve. Whether it is a spontaneous renovation or
completing your Property Improvement Plan, there’s no better time to do this.
To begin, you can make a list of items, things, and everything that needs to be
It’s time to invest in Guest Wi-Fi.
Guest Wi-Fi is a brilliant solution to the common problem hoteliers face – how
to make Wi-Fi pay for itself. With Guest Wi-Fi each person who uses your Wi-Fi
becomes a marketing opportunity from the moment they first log on and give your
business a ‘Like’. From that point onwards you have almost unlimited
opportunities to communicate with them through email and social media to
promote your business.
udaya is a scalable and cost effective solution suitable for any hospitality deployment. It controls user Internet access, sets limits, engages users, provides powerful analytics and helps hoteliers run different marketing strategies to maximize revenue from their Wi-Fi.
Sure, PMS systems are not something new. Hoteliers have been using them for years. But in these times, this system can bring even greater benefits. For example, if the PMS goes with mobile concierge apps, which can help engage with the guests without personal contact, starting from check-in to meal and service orders. Products like Inventum’s MSG gateways supports leading PMS systems for seamless access for in-room guests using room number and guest name. Free or upgraded speed plans can be offered against payment to both guests and hotel visitors.
Focus on meal delivery from the hotel restaurant
Hoteliers can take steps to increase
restaurant sales during the COVID-19. Remember about aggregator, delivery and concierge
apps that can help provide both hotel guests and non-guests with the option of
meal delivery right to their rooms without even talking to someone.
Reconsider existing health and safety techniques
Plot the guests’ journey from front
door to guestroom, and then to check-out. Can you simplify and reduce staff
interactions so as to better a more contactless environment? It is crucial to
have appropriate health and safety policies in place, especially for hotel
business that relies on in-person interactions. In these contexts, hoteliers
should promote proper health and safety measures, which may include
self-service pay systems and orders through mobile apps.
down on discretionary spends
The next 6 months are going to be extremely tough for business and only the ones who have operated with a tight leash on their finances and guest experience might survive. Independent operators who manage to survive and continue on this journey, should analyze their expenses and cut down on discretionary spends. Instead, spend this money on improving the client experience whenever business resumes, this would include ensuring top-quality linen and house-keeping, strict hygiene standards & better Wi-Fi experience.
Hotels/Resorts/Restaurant can also consider zero capex UNIFY™cloud solution to get started immediately. The offering includes virtual routers as part of the subscription allowing any server (PC) on facility to be used as a gateway router for the hotspot(s). All other elements are managed via the UNIFY™ Cloud platform with no additional on-site hardware required. All you need are Wi-Fi access points to get started!
With the COVID-19 pandemic, we
are facing an unprecedented situation on a global level. Countries are in
lockdown, and people everywhere are being asked to stop or minimize their social
physical interactions. Our broadband connections are becoming our lifelines. We
are using them to get news, connect to our office work, and for entertainment
Working from home during lockdown
means guzzling of internet data more than what we usually do. Sometimes this
means hitting the FUP limits before the month ends and sometimes working at a
slow internet speed due to several devices connected to a single network.
Due to affordable data
availability on cellular networks, wired broadband in India was stagnant for
some time. But this trend has changed drastically due to the coronavirus
outbreak that has locked the lives of many people around the world. Now, fixed
broadband has a great opportunity to expand in India as they provide steady
link and speed. Covid-19 has forced people to work from home and this has
become the new normal. Also with too much pressure on wireless networks,
professionals working from home have to use Wi-Fi for consistency of speed and
India has 19 million fixed line
broadband users which include enterprises and offices and 17 million home fixed
line broadband users.
ISPs are seeing an increased
demand for new connections across various. Some ISPs have also introduced a
promotional standalone Broadband plan for free of cost to all the existing customers.
Others are offering one month free trials for all new customers helping them to
keep business as usual during COVID 19 precautions. Currently, plan upgrade is
ongoing across service providers as people need even faster speeds and to
complete their operations from home.
Though, all ISPs and telecom
operators these days are working hard to provide adequate Internet access to
their customers. Many of them have also brought various upgrades to their
existing systems to keep the Internet up and running for the masses in the
country. Service providers need to ensure that their internet infrastructures
are up to these new tasks – with enough capacity and ability to deliver all
services with high performance under the increased traffic demand.
Service providers need an integrated O/BSS suite that can enable them to rapidly launch of new revenue services without spending countless hours in endless integration. They need tools for subscriber centric operations & billing platform that allows service providers to rapidly deliver volume metered, differential bandwidth services based on subscriber identity, traffic flow, location & time of access. A new generation O/BSS suite such as Inventum UNIFY™ can help broadband providers to rapidly deliver personalized & differentiated revenue generating services. ISPs can integrate various modules (Reseller Mobile App, Self-care Mobile App and salesforce automation) as they grow.
Today’s heterogeneous broadband networks require a multi personality AAA solution that can address all forms of access networks. Inventum’s AAA solutionsupports both IETF & 3GPP standards within the same server, including protocol translations which save both integration & capital costs.
At the same time service providers need multi gigabit routers for bandwidth management, firewall & IP filtering, lawful logging, and QoS etc. Inventum offers a range of multi gigabit Integrated Services Routers suitable for service providers. They can play multiple roles in a network. Deploy for gateway connections or enable the BNG module for subscriber & service aggregation. Other modules include WAG, and DPI.
With the advent of software defined networking (SDN) many functions of the modern enterprise are being virtualised to save cost and vendor lock-in. Inventum’s VSR is a virtual router that can replace any hardware router. The VSR software automatically detects the PC hardware and sets it up to function as a router.
The lessons we are learning and the challenges we are facing will forever change the way we work, communicate, and entertain. Mobile service providers are increasingly using Wi-Fi hotspots to decongest their mobile network traffic. Mobile data offload is allowing telecom operators to seamlessly acquire and move mobile traffic to the Wi-Fi network while retaining policy and charging control. Inventum offers products & solutions for both trusted (3GPP release 8) and untrusted (3GPP release 6) mobile offload projects.
Despite low mobile data prices, customers are turning to Wi-Fi for better and much improved experiences. This has also carved a niche market for managed Wi-Fi services. Managed Wi-Fi solutions and services play a key role in better managing the user’s access and the entire lifecycle of WLAN right from designing to installing wireless systems including proactive network and infrastructure management. Adoption of cloud based Wi-Fi services is the future.
ISPs/WISPs can use Inventum’s Udayabrand of Wi-Fi 5 products that offer a fully cloud managed experience for offices and premium homes, allowing customers to use a mobile app and control everything about their Wi-Fi experience.
So how will you deal with growing internet demand at homes during this period? We can provide you the wireless equipment, the backend software systems, lawful interception systems, security systems and routers that are all made by us; but more importantly, we can also install and operate the entire network for you.
AppGuard for Commercial Bank and Wealth Management Customers
Cybersecurity is a rapidly
growing and critical concern for banks and their customers. Financial
institution’s customers suffer daily attacks that could result in loss of data,
assets, and most importantly, customer confidence and brand reputation. Online
banking users are increasingly exposed to new attacks like spear-phishing,
keyloggers, password spraying, Ursnif, and more. Some of the largest financial
services institutions are investing millions to protect their customers from
cyber theft, ransomware, and other forms of attack. The problem? How can they manage outside
assets while ensuring customers a safer online banking experience?
Moreover, implementing security practices and providing training
is not helping, as there are no checks and balances in place to verify if the
customer is abiding by security measures. Banks have no control over how
customers are using their systems, therefore are unable to effectively protect
them from attacks.
Recent headlines have shown attacks like keylogger are going unnoticed for weeks and, in some cases, even months. Most traditional solutions require a continuous network connection, making it hard for financial institutions to protect their customers at all times. Additionally, a bulky solution affects system speed and performance, encouraging customers to uninstall or deactivate the security solution — opening them up for serious attacks.
Breach Prevention for Unmanaged Devices
AppGuard’s unique patented dynamic endpoint defense prevents all breaches from occurring by disrupting the earliest and subsequent stages of a cyber attack. AppGuard does not require any user interaction or cause CPU degradation. It simply protects the endpoint irrespective of network connection.
Don’t take our word for it – see how AppGuard is protecting large financial institution’s customers since 2017.
Problem: Need to increase online banking adoption rate and create a more secure online banking experience for the enterprise and members.
Solution: Four key benefits that a large financial institute
found in the distribution of AppGuard: more secure online banking experience,
improved member retention, increased online banking adoption rate, and
marketing opportunity to attract new organizations, small businesses and new
Why AppGuard? AppGuard offers an additional layer of security to
the online banking experience, with better protection for the enterprise and
end users. It is a simple, elegant, scalable, and easy to deploy solution.
AppGuard has a very small footprint of less than 1MB. It is transparent to the
end user and does not interfere with their normal operation.
With AppGuard, this large financial institute was able to achieve these four key benefits:
Offer to online banking members as a thank-you and way to protect their personal PCs.
By having AppGuard on the PCs that connect to it, AppGuard protects their online banking portal, adding another layer of security.
Convince the banking customers that presently do not bank online that they do indeed offer a secure online service. Online banking is more cost effective for banks than having customers use branch services.
Be able to promote/market to associations and individuals to bank with them because of their secure online banking presence.
“Distributing AppGuard to my members secured our online banking and increased membership and usage by quelling their fears.”
~ CIO of the Financial Institute
Summary: The consumer endpoint is under attack and in many cases are the access to portals for malware penetration. The consumer can not afford multiple layers of security or have the expertise for complex applications that larger enterprises might have. AppGuard is the solution that would compliment or support the weakened anti virus solution that is still at present the security for a consumer computer.
Emerging Malware — defeats new emerging malware
that other approaches cannot stop, such as when malware utilizes existing
Windows capabilities and tools for malicious reasons.
Weaponized Documents — protects endpoints against
weaponized document attacks by preventing the execution of malware and
ransomware in the first place.
Defense through Runtime Processes — runtime process protections provide a versatile defense that
extends the protection to endpoint processes, server processes, and insider
Ever Needed — does not require constant
updates; AppGuard builds lists of known security threats already identified by
other sources. Its integrated software-only approach is seamless with all
Microsoft Windows platforms, stands alone with no OS hooks, and includes all
Degradation — carries a light footprint with
no processor dependency and minimal system resource requirements. Transparent
to the end user, AppGuard creates an efficiency management function that is
less resource-intensive than even legacy antivirus platforms.
Interaction Required — does not require user
interaction once installed. AppGuard does it all for you, completely
The concept of online learning and self-teaching has been widely adopted. With the rising popularity of online courses, students now expect to be able to connect to their educational resources at anytime, anywhere. From online live lectures and webinars to e-Books and other online resources, it’s clear that the Internet has become a powerful teaching tool in education.
Wi-Fi connectivity helps in seamless teaching and learning. The role of wireless campus for the enhancement of teaching learning process is vast. With Wi-Fi access throughout the campus, information is just a click away. The wireless campus also supports everyday activities seamlessly in classroom contexts.
Universities & colleges need a flexible, cost-effective and future-proof network infrastructure that enables students and staff to connect with ease and throughout the whole campus.
Key Challenges in aCampus
Nowadays, institutions compete for students, and campus experience plays a large part in the decision-making process for prospective undergraduates and postgraduates students. Students demand high-quality, reliable Wi-Fi experiences not only in the classroom but also during free time when they’re streaming Netflix, YouTube etc. or accessing online resources. More and more, potential and current students judge the quality of a university by its wireless network, and an under performing Wi-Fi network can impact the institution’s bottom line.
For university CIOs and their IT staff, the design and upkeep of campus Wi-Fi
networks was once a moderately straightforward undertaking. Today, however,
situation is totally different. Campuses are now facing key challenges:
I. A larger user base is trying to connect
There are masses of users (students, Faculty
members & guests) trying to connect to College Wi-Fi and most of them have
at least two devices that they want to connect. With demands like that across
campuses, colleges need to take steps to ensure that students are able to
access what they need for education and entertainment.
If your institution isn’t accounting for this
vast user base and its ramifications in terms of bandwidth, coverage and
security, you can bet that students and staff are experiencing problems with
II. Bandwidth management
One of the biggest challenges that most campuses deal with are issues surrounding bandwidth. Some users consume all the bandwidth and other are left with no connection or poor connectivity. In order to keep up with your users expectations & demands, location based access restrictions for students and other similar policy controls are some of the controls that campuses need.
III. Accountability & Content Filtering
Complying with local laws and ensuring
objectionable content is blocked is a key requirement of campus networks. There
are today thousands of websites linked with terror networks and cybercrime
which may adversely impact the student community. With growing security
concerns, particularly from unverified visitors in public hotspots, most campus
owners are looking for ways to track the network activity of Wi-Fi users.
Having logs to investigate cybercrimes is critical for any public hotspot.
IV. BYOD Brings Increased Demand and Challenges
The fact is BYOD puts a heavy strain on a campus’ bandwidth, and dealing with the issue requires more than simply telling users to limit their usage. Does your wireless networking infrastructure enable your IT professionals to have a high level of application visibility and control? Have you developed policies to prioritize different applications and devices accessing the network? If the answer is no, this is a pretty big indicator that your campus Wi-Fi network may be failing and you need to take action now.
V. Your Network Is Unsecure
There’s no room for error when it comes to
protecting student and staff information, so it’s crucial to ensure that your
campus Wi-Fi network is protected from cyber threats like ransomware and other
dangerous intrusions. Securing your wireless network must be a top priority
when you’re dealing with hundreds to thousands of users connecting through
multiple devices at every moment of the day. If you’re allowing guests to
connect to the main network and you’re not ensuring robust protection against
intrusions, your campus Wi-Fi network is failing.
Campuses often act as an ISP providing paid
broadband services to on campus student housing and usage limited monthly
plans. Managing the recurrent billing and collection of such services is a key
challenge to monetization of services.
VII. Portal & Dashboard
Users also need a Self-service tools to check
their network activity, view usage, pay bills and change network passwords.
Inventum’s offering allows your campus to benefit from fast, reliable Internet service. Now, institutions can flexibly connect staff and students with ease, while enjoying peace of mind that access is secure and controlled.
Inventum’s MSG gateways offer a
single-stop solution for campus networks. The all-in-one appliance combines the
functions of a router, firewall, NAC, user directory & more in a
ready-to-deploy solution. Administrators can directly connect WAN & LAN
links to the appliance for end-to-end operations & management of their
It also offers a built in portal and self care system. All new customers are redirected to a login page where they can first register using forms or a simple mobile number with OTP verification code. Prepay PIN, scratch card, Internet plan purchase using credit card or roaming from aggregators such as iPass are all supported. Returning customers are seamlessly recognised with zero touch access.
It can also set a speed limit per student, limit download volume and ensure fair bandwidth distribution. Built-in firewall secures the network, filtering content and keeping browsing logs for legal compliance.
For end point connectivity, Institutions can also use Inventum’s udaya series of products which are all managed centrally from a public cloud including configuration, monitoring, captive portals, SMS sign-on, payment gateway interfaces and analytics.
Campuses with multiple locations can consider our zero capex cloud solution to get started immediately. The offering includes virtual routers as part of the subscription allowing any server on campus to be used as a gateway router for the hotspot(s). All other elements are managed via the UNIFY™ Cloud platform with no additional on-site hardware required. All you need are Wi-Fi access points to get started!
Easy setup & management
Excellent price-to-performance value
Many Models to Choose From
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Ransomware is “a type of malware that prevents users from accessing their system or personal files and demands payment in order to regain access.” The earliest variants of ransomware were developed in the late 1980s, and payment was to be sent via snail mail. Today, ransomware authors order that payment be sent via cryptocurrency or credit card.
Ransomware is a severe threat not only for individual users but also for corporate network environments because it allows cyber criminals to gain a lot of money in a short amount of time. While some ransomware strains demonstrate strong coding skills and great sophistication, ransomware distribution platforms allow conducting a ransomware campaign without needing to have a developer background. When browsing the dark web, it is not uncommon to find shady websites promoting ransomware-as-a-service platforms. These malicious actors offer, for a fee, the same services a legit cloud provider would, such as development, tech support, customized dashboards, etc., without any need for the attacker to know any programming languages. The cybercriminals running it offer the attackers all they need, including binaries, documentation, detailed instructions and tech support.
Ransomware attacks are often successful because corporate organizations have security gaps with their patch and configuration management policies. Most organizations apply updates and patches only after testing them in a demo environment, which might create a window of opportunity for attackers to successfully exploit a vulnerability that the latest patches would have remediated.
Recent ransomware strains like Ryuk, often delivered through large botnets such as Emotet or TrickBot, have become more sophisticated and lethal. The city of New Orleans was recently forced to declare a state of emergency after a Ryuk ransomware attacktook place on December 13, 2019. The infection spread so fast and dramatically that the city was forced to order all employees to power down computers and disconnect from Wi-Fi.
Another recent ransomware attack took down a US Coast Guard base for around 30 hours and was reportedly triggered by an employee who opened an infected email.
Many surely remember the WannaCry ransomware outbreak, which successfully compromised a very large number of computers over a short time frame in May 2017. Not everyone knows, though, that Microsoft had released a patch to fix the underlying SMB vulnerability some months before this widespread infection started occurring, but most individual and corporate users had not applied this patch yet.
Had most Windows users applied the patch earlier, the WannaCry outbreak would have likely been much more contained than it actually was.
Should You Pay the Ransom?
This is a very controversial topic. Government and law enforcement agencies mostly recommend not to pay.
An efficient and secure backup policy can minimize the risks related to a ransomware infection. If backup copies are created regularly and stored securely (including offline), the victim user/organization can have a much better chance to resolve this situation without suffering excessive damages.
However, sometimes the answer to this question cannot be so clear-cut. Much depends on how valuable the information being held for ransom is for the organization and on how much downtime an organization can afford. Even with an efficient and secure backup policy in place (and tested regularly!), there may be situations when an organization cannot afford to lose data or having its servers and workstations down, even for a limited time.
Backups are normally performed on a fixed schedule. A company having a large website, forming the bulk of its business, cannot afford to lose, for example, the transactions finalized over the day, or even over the last hour because it could mean losing millions of dollars. Additionally, if an organization’s business relies on proprietary information and said information is being held for ransom, the organization may seemingly have no other choice but to pay.
However, paying the ransom does not always guarantee that the files held for ransom will actually be decrypted.
Many ransomware attackers will provide the decryption key after receiving the related Bitcoin payment, while others do not. Sometimes a bug or some other technical issue prevents the provided decryption key from working to successfully decrypt all ransomed files. Often the decryption process, even if works, is extremely slow and unreliable.
Whether the attackers and their decryption tools release your files or not, this is definitely a situation your organization does not want to be in.
What Enterprises Can Do to Stop Future Attacks
Use Prevention vs. Detect & Respond Solutions What good is a cybersecurity solution that detects attacks after they have happened? Or worse, misses the threat completely, like the Dominion National or AMCA attacks. Utilizing prevention methods that can stop zeroday and other known and unknown advanced attacks is crucial for a robust security framework. A preventative approach will also take the pressure off IT/Sec-Ops and minimize attacks due to human error.
Arm Employees with Training and the Right Set of Tools As you noticed from the list of attacks, most attacks occur through online social engineering schemes that manipulate users to open the doors for hackers. One of the most common examples of this is a fileless attack. The bottom line is employees can be the first line of defense against such threats. They must learn how to spot phishing schemes, not download attachments without context, even when sent from an existing contact.
Don’t Assume Your System is Secure; Perform Continuous Threat Monitoring Develop an understanding of the current threat environment and take appropriate measures to protect yourself from attacks. Evaluate your existing security solution stack and practices and periodically employ third-party pen testers to do in-depth vulnerability testing. Gain visibility across your environment, so you know what software and systems have weaknesses. Once identified, prioritize the most critical vulnerabilities so you can mitigate those first.
An average organization has more than 200 apps: there are ample opportunities for bad actors to find weaknesses, and that is just the apps IT knows about—shadow IT increases the risk. Gartner estimates a third of successful attacks next year will involve shadow IT. No organization can address all vulnerabilities, even with the best IT teams and technology in place—therefore, a preventive solution is key.
Manage Third-Party Risks Most companies rely on a variety of vendors, suppliers, and partners—and those relationships bring unwanted exposure to the business. Even with a strong security posture, attackers can simply find the weakest link in the supply chain and use it to gain access. Segment your network and limit third party access to critical infrastructure. Establish security checks and thresholds for partners and vendors.
Cybersecurity Should Be a Culture, Not a Practice A strong cybersecurity culture goes beyond employee training and awareness. Everyone in the company—from the board of directors and C-suite executive leadership to every line employee—should view themselves as a critical part of strong security defense. Board and senior leadership should make cybersecurity a priority. Executive leaders should emphasize a cybersecurity culture of “no-fear” where an employee can raise appropriate alarms if they make a mistake, instead of sweeping it under the rug from the fear of getting fired.
Devise Comprehensive Incident Response Plans Incident response (IR) should never be treated as an ad-hoc process. Assume that your security parameters are already compromised. Your security team should already have a well-defined methodology and IR playbook that is updated continuously based on new attack vectors that can be quickly implemented to quarantine, block, or eliminate malicious network traffic.
How AppGuard Can Help
Every cybersecurity company talks about how great their products are — that’s how marketing works. But business leaders have noticed that for all the talk about how effective today’s malware detection and response software is, hackers keep finding new ways to breach the data repositories companies spend so much time and effort to protect.
AppGuard is different because our patented technology guards and isolates processes that start from an application, no matter how trustworthy they look. That’s a radically different approach than “detect and respond” cybersecurity strategies. It doesn’t rely on alerting IT or security operations teams so they can check out suspicious activities. AppGuard stops the processes before they can cause harm.
Since we don’t operate in a “detect and respond” model, AppGuard
doesn’t require extensive whitelisting, updates or connection to a
central server. That means human error and overworked IT/security
operations teams don’t contribute to risks for AppGuard users. AppGuard
delivers complete endpoint protection on a zero-trust basis.
We’re the only solution that prevents breaches from both known and
unknown cyber threats, and in our nine-year history, users have never
reported a breach.
AppGuard Enterprise, a centrally managed, host-based endpoint protection solution that prevents malware and all advanced attacks from harming the system.
AppGuard Server, a zero-trust, host-based endpoint protection agent for Windows and Linux servers, centrally managed from the same system as agents for laptops and desktops.
AppGuard Solo, a self-managed, zero-trust, host-based endpoint protection agent for laptops and desktops that is ideal for small businesses and non-technical users.
AppGuard TRUSTICA Mobile & IoT, a centrally managed, host-based solution for making employee mobile devices safe to use for the enterprise without intrusive co-administration.
So, if you’re looking for an edge over competitors, take a look at AppGuard’sproducts. With AppGuard, you can prevent breaches from occurring while focusing on your core strengths. There’s a cybersecurity crisis — let’s not waste it. Use AppGuard to create a safer connected world.
Inventum Technologies Featured in “10 Most Promising WiFi Solutions Providers in India 2019”
The days of inconsistent connectivity and Internet cables are in the past. Customers are now better informed and demand instant connectivity. Despite low mobile data prices, customers are turning to Wi-Fi for better and much improved experiences. This has carved a niche market for managed Wi-Fi services. Managed Wi-Fi solutions and services play a key role in better managing the user’s access and the entire lifecycle of WLAN right from designing to installing wireless systems including proactive network and infrastructure management. Adoption of cloud based Wi-Fi services is the future.
Enterprises are on a constant lookout for Wi-Fi solution providers who can keep them in pace with the changing norms. Perfectly understanding demands of the industry, CIOReview released a list of “10 Most Promising Wi-Fi Solution Providers – 2019”. These solution vendors will help in transforming business processes through their significant offerings.
Inventum Technologies is featured in CIO Review Magazine list of “10 Most Promising Wi-Fi Solutions Providers – 2019”
Perfectly poised in this market, Inventum leveraged its deep domain expertise to launch its Udaya brand of Wi-Fi 5 products that offer a fully cloud managed experience for offices and premium homes, allowing customers to use a mobile app and control everything about their Wi-Fi experience.
enterprises, hotspots and other public networks, the Udaya series of products
are all managed centrally from a public cloud including configuration,
monitoring, captive portals, SMS sign-on, payment gateway interfaces and
analytics. Taking serious security measures to put any apprehensions customers
may have at ease, the company used its deep expertise gained from working with its
telecom customers over the years and applied it to improve security and
QoS where Inventum’s access points, gateways and routers are second to none
along with a list of features built for the Indian market.
Incepted in 2003, the company holds a leadership positions in manufacturing routers, access points, gateways and associated software systems permitting the delivery of an end-to-end solution exclusively using Inventum products. Inventum can provide you the wireless equipment, the backend software systems, lawful interception systems, security systems and routers that are all made in India; but more importantly, Inventum can also install and operate the entire network for you.
“Inventum’s decades of experience in large public Wi-Fi projects has translated well to managed Wi-Fi projects for Co-Living, Co-Working spaces, hotels, hospitals, office campuses and the likes.”
Making a Difference
Inventum led its first large network, Tikona in 2009, where there was a 22 city roll-out, on a scale that had never been attempted before. The company was also involved in a national managed Wi-Fi network project for PVR cinemas which is one of the largest such projects across Asia. Additionally, the company takes pride in the completion of its recent project where the backend solutions were delivered to RailTel to enable Wi-Fi at 5,400 railway stations across India. Simultaneously, Inventum has implemented 15 smart City Wi-Fi projects.
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The annual 12th India Security Summit held in New Delhi on August 28, 2019 was organized by the Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India (ASSOCHAM), officially supported by the Ministry of Communications & IT, Government of India and created a platform for the Central Ministries, State Governments, Academia, Industry and other global stakeholders to come together and deliberate on the way forward. Theme of the event was “Towards New National Cyber Security Strategy”.
The summit was attended by Union Minister of State for Home Affairs Mr. G. Kishan Reddy other dignitaries including Israeli Ambassador to India Mr. Ron Malka and Minister of State in the PMO Dr. Jitendra Singh, National Cyber Security Coordinator Lt Gen Rajesh Pant and distinguished guests from Indian army, air force, navy and states police.
During the conference, many issues were
discussed such as protection of critical national infrastructure, emerging
cyber threats, challenges faced by various agencies in the field of cyber security, role of private
Inventum has also stressed upon the need for securing national infrastructure and creating a secure society through using indigenous wire and wireless products that includes routers, gateways, access points, user authentication (AAA) etc.
All stakeholders were agreed upon that India needs to strengthen its defence against rising cyber-attacks and also formulate a national strategy for reducing the risk of cybercrimes. Therefore, National Cyber Security Strategy 2020 must address key challenges like ensuring coordination among multiple agencies handling different important cyber-related aspects, promoting awareness among individuals, businesses and the government etc.
At the summit, Inventum has also showcased a range of high speed routers, BNG, WAG, cyber security and Wi-Fi access point products to enables trust mobile data offload to Wi-Fi, packet accounting, lawful logging, control or filter application flows and block specific Internet content.
Inventum Technologies has been conferred with the 3ndMy India WiFi India Leadership Award 2019 for “Best WiFi OSS/BSS Solution” at the recently concluded My India WiFi Summit & Awards 2019 at The Imperial Hotel, New Delhi on Aug. 20, 2019 organised by DigiAnalysys.
This award recognizes Inventum as one of the top most OSS/BSS Solution provider in India. This is Inventum second year in a row. Inventum had received My India WiFi India Leadership Award 2018 for “Best Cloud WiFi Solution”.
Mr. Anil Walia (extreme left), CSMO, Inventum, receiving the award from Mr. TR Dua (centre), Director General, TAIPA accompanied by Mr. Pradeep Kushwah (extreme right), Marketing Manager, Inventum
The awards ceremony was attended by imminent industry leaders including Dinesh Tyagi, CEO, CSC SPV; Sarvesh Singh, CMD, BBNL; A Seshagiri Rao, CMD, TCIL; Vipin Tyagi, Executive Director, C-DOT; K Alagesan, CMD, ITI and many other dignitary.
Mr. Sachin Mehra (extreme left), CEO Inventum, receiving the award for “Best Cloud WiFi Solution” from Mr. Anuj Jain (centre), President, Reliance Jio accompanied by Mr. Anil Walia (extreme right), CSMO, Inventum
Speaking on the event, Mr. Anil Walia, Chief Sales Officer, Inventum, says “We are delighted to receive the My India WiFi India Leadership Award 2019 for Best WiFi OSS/BSS Solution category. This coveted award is result of our continous efforts of improving ISPs & WISPs customers experience and providing them a end-to-end solution.”
Inventum’s UNIFY is a complete stack of billing & operations management (B/OSS) software. The key modules for the stack includes AAA, Subscriber CRM, Financial Accounting, Prepay & Postpaid Billing, Reseller Management, Electronic Wallet System and many more.
Inventum is a leading provider of fixed & wireless data networks technology with a strong made in India portfolio. Inventum builds routers, cloud solution, security and software systems that power some of the world’s largest communication networks. Inventum products are used by mobile operators, FTTH providers, ISP, Wi-Fi hotspots, Airports, Hospitality, Convention Centres and Smart Cities.
My India WiFi India Awards were instituted by DigiAnalysys Media in 2017 to recognise and celebrate visionary enterprises across industry segments and to focus on highlighting key trends and technologies in the WiFi segment.
From managing assets and resources to smart monitoring of infrastructure, from enabling smooth city operations to connecting citizens to e-governance, communication networks serve as the very backbone of smart cities. Smart City building is no easy task with the government facing challenges in channelling finances to Smart Cities, building coordination among multiple stakeholders, retrofitting existing cities, and creating utility services to meet the energy demands.
As a result, this segment is now in need of vendors that can bring innovative techniques and technologies to not only tackle these challenges but to also equip smart cities with more potential for energy conservation, operational savings, public safety, and improved resource management.
Perfectly understanding these demands of the industry, CIOReview released a list of “20 Most Promising Smart City Solution Providers.” This catalog encompasses a set of skilled newage vendors that have translated their acquired expertise into successful technology deliveries. These companies have the capabilities to fulfill the need for cost-effective and flexible solutions and add more value to the Smart City landscape.
Inventum Technologies is featured in CIO Review Magazine in “20 most promising Smart City Solution providers 2018”
Inventum is an end-to-end solutions company with a strong made in India portfolio. Creating ripples in a market dominated by international players, Inventum has developed some of the most cutting-edge communication and networking products right here in India that are now competing in the global marketplace. The company is currently leading the smart city segment with over 12 smart city projects.
Inventum’s product portfolio includes an array of aggregation and edge Routers, Broadband Network Gateways (BNG), Virtual Routers (SDN/NFV), Carrier-Grade NAT (CGN), WLAN and OSS/BSS solutions targeting high performance and scalability that smart cities demand.
Governing bodies, municipalities and network owners are further benefited by Inventum’s operational and billing support systems that help identify users, usage patterns, locations and a plethora of data points. Inventum’s technology can also be leveraged to measure footfalls in public locations such as transport stations which in turn can be used to better plan and equip the infrastructure with such facilities.
Inventum’s lawful monitoring solutions are aimed at the achievement of enhanced security, another key feature of smart cities. With the ability to track, decode and record illegal activities over the Internet, the company’s router and network probe can be useful for police, NIA, etc. On top of that, the long term digital evidence storage capability of these systems can prove to be crucial in the judicial system to ensure the highest level of safety and protection for citizens.
CIOReview is a technology magazine that talks about the enterprise solutions that can redefine the business goals of enterprises tomorrow. It is the leading source that shares innovative enterprise solutions developed by established solutions providers, upcoming hot enterprises and is a neutral source for technology decision makers.
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A range of routers suited for the African ISP industry were launched at the recently concluded India-Africa ICT Expo 2019. Indian vendor Inventum showcased both its hardware & virtual router products at the event.
Inventum believes that it’s extensive experience with ISP, WISP, hotspots and Smart Cities in India will translate well for African customers who face similar challenges.
“We are a trusted made in India brand with 2 decades of proven experience in developing hardware and software solutions for the ISP & telecom sector which we believe is ideal for Africa…” said Mr. Anil Walia, Chief Sales Officer, Inventum.
Presently Inventum offers a range of high speed routers, BNG, WAG, cyber security and Wi-Fi access point products. The company also provides OSS/BSS, AAA, Postpaid & prepay billing products.