Private Communications Corporation and Trinity Mobile Networks Announce Partnership To Provide Seamless WiFi and Cellular Connectivity to Wireless Operators and Consumers

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We are excited to announce that we are partnering with Trinity Mobile Networks to provide seamless WiFi and cellular connectivity to wireless operators and consumers. This collaboration leverages our global networking infrastructure and Trinity’s unique Software Defined Wireless Network to enable enterprises, fleet owners and MVNOs to access the benefits of virtualizing wireless networks for the first time.

This platform will provide seamless wifi-cellular transitions and deliver faster download speeds — particularly important when network access is less than ideal (which is, of course, most of the time).  It provides carriers granular control over how and when devices are connected to wifi hotspots, lowering the total cost of providing connectivity, while improving the end user experience. Also, there is an important analytics function, which reports on quality of both wifi and cell signal.

About Trinity Mobile Networks
Trinity Mobile Networks’s software is the only technology that combines WiFi, cellular, and mesh networks into a single network, providing unprecedented control to network operators and fleet operators over any connection type and the best mobile internet experience for consumers. The company’s platform Jumpnet is the world’s only over-the-top (OTT) Software Defined Wireless Network designed for network operators. Trinity was selected as one of four companies to be part of CableLabs’s first UpRamp accelerator program.
For more information about Trinity Mobile Networks and Jumpnet, please visit www.trinitymobilenetworks.com

For more information, check out our press release.

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Jared Howe

Jared Howe is PRIVATE WiFi’s Senior Manager, Product Marketing Communications. Working in high tech for over 15 years, Jared currently lives in Seattle with his wife, daughter, and their two cats.