Reduce the Cost of Operating Your Wi-Fi Network
The 7SIGNAL Platform is a vendor agnostic Wi-Fi performance management system that works with all industry-standard wireless access points, regardless of whether they are controller or cloud managed.
Their system of sensors, apps, and agents live on the network edge, continually measuring Wi-Fi performance from the client’s point of view. All this data is made available in the EyeQ dashboard, presenting a single view of the Wi-Fi experience across your global network. This enables you to proactively manage Wi-Fi performance trouble-spots before users and business critical applications are affected, instead of reacting to issues when it’s too late.
This unprecedented visibility into the Wi-Fi user experience simplifies problem resolution, enables IT to meet global Wi-Fi performance SLAs, and dramatically reduces the total cost of ownership of your mission critical wireless network.
The platform is a vendor agnostic solution that works with all industry-standard wireless access points, regardless of whether they are controller or cloud managed.
State-of-the-art Wi-Fi Sensors
Developed and patented by 7SIGNAL, Sapphire Eye™ sensors are uniquely designed to measure network connectivity and the quality of the end-user experience on Wi-Fi networks.
Crowdsource Wi-Fi Experiences from Real Client Devices
Mobile Eye enables businesses to crowdsource real-time Wi-Fi performance data from every corner of their network, directly from their users’ Windows, macOS, iOS and Android devices.
Detailed Reporting and Analytics
The EyeQ dashboard provides access to historical and real-time data of up to 600 WLAN performance metrics collected from the APs and clients in your network. Detailed charts and graphs let you track and trend Wi-Fi performance over time and correlate data based on a myriad of variables.
The EyeQ dashboard is hosted in the Cloud, which gives you unlimited scalability and instant access from any location, while eliminating the costs of maintaining storage, servers, backups and software upgrades.
Set your own service level targets on important WLAN performance metrics and receive alerts via email, SMS, or SNMP traps if performance levels dip below your targets.
“In the past, I’ve had people working for six months trying to resolve problems that turned out to be the vendor’s issue. Now we have data that we can push back to the vendor with a lot more confidence.”
Tom Ogg, CIO at Akron Children’s Hospital