NTT Broadband Platform Selects Aptilo to Enable Carrier Wi-Fi Offering


NTT Broadband Platform, Inc. (NTTBP) of Japan has selected Aptilo Networks to enhance its Wi-Fi service offerings.

Working with systems integrator NS Solution, Aptilo has deployed the Aptilo Service Management Platform™ (SMP), a state-of-the-art system to deliver and manage carrier-class Wi-Fi services.

With Aptilo SMP, NTTBP can support customers in launching their Wi-Fi based on NTTBP’s infrastructure. Aptilo SMP securely authenticates subscribers, enabling Wi-Fi services based on the user’s plan with the MVNO.

“The ability to offer attractive Wi-Fi services creates new revenue opportunities and expands NTTBP’s service options,” said Toshiya Masuzawa, Senior Vice President Marketing Strategy Department, NTTBP. “We look forward to rolling out advanced, unified, feature-rich Wi-Fi services to our customers with the Aptilo Platform. Aptilo’s proven expertise in enabling carrier Wi-Fi on this large scale made them the right choice.”

“We are proud to work with market leaders such as NTTBP and NS in expanding Wi-Fi opportunities for their customers and partners throughout the region,” said Paul Mikkelsen, CEO, Aptilo Networks.

Aptilo Networks is a provider of carrier-class systems to manage data services with advanced functions for authentication, policy control and charging.

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