In the news

2017 In the news

 
New software helps with bandwidth management

October 3, 2017 — Nomadix Inc. updates version 8.10 of its Nomadix Service Engine software, featuring benefits such as link aggregation and enhanced support for IPv6. Version 8.10 is designed to keep networks state of the art to satisfy ever-changing demands in network management. The new version of NSE is compatible with Nomadix bandwidth management and access gateway models AG 2400, AG 2500, AG 5800 and AG 5900, which service internet connections for visitor-based networks.

 
 
New Tools to Help You Run Your Hotel

October 2, 2017 — Hotel technology can make operations run more efficiently, increase guest satisfaction and reduce costs. Here's a look at some of the recent tech solutions designed to help hotels. FCS Computer Systems has announced the general availability of FCS Housekeeping V3.1 with new features that serve to further boost housekeeping department efficiency and guest satisfaction. The latest release includes the ability to implement task assignment rules that can adapt to changing priorities throughout the day. Other useful enhancements include instant access to guest profiles via mobile app, greater report customization and the ability to view or update an array of additional information via mobile device.

 
 
New Software from Nomadix Provides Enhanced IPv6 Support and Link Aggregation for Large Visitor-Based Networks

September 28, 2017 — Nomadix Inc. announced version 8.10 of its Nomadix Service Engine (NSE) software. Featuring benefits such as link aggregation and enhanced support for IPv6, version 8.10 is designed to keep networks state-of-the-art to satisfy ever-changing demands in network management. The new version of NSE is compatible with Nomadix bandwidth management and access gateway models AG 2400, AG 2500, AG 5800 and AG 5900, which service internet connections for visitor-based networks.

 
 
Nomadix introduces new access gateway

May 16, 2017 — Nomadix launched the AG 2500 access gateway, its newest high-performance solution that extends a wired or Wi-Fi network to create a visitor-based network. Designed for small-to-medium-sized venues, such as hotels with fewer than 150 rooms, the AG 2500 supports up to 500 simultaneous mobile devices. With the release of the new gateway comes the latest version of the Nomadix Service Engine.

 
 
New products of the week 5.15.17

May 15, 2017 — AG 2500 Key features: Designed for small-to-midsized establishments that offer a visitor Wi-Fi network, the AG 2500 offers powerful bandwidth management capabilities. Its modular configuration provides businesses with the flexibility to tailor the gateway to individual needs.

 
 
Nomadix Launches Internet Access Gateway for SMB Hotels

May 4, 2017 — Nomadix Inc. said it launched the AG 2500 access gateway -- its newest high-performance solution that extends a wired or Wi-Fi network to create a visitor-based network (VBN). Designed for small-to-medium-sized venues, such as hotels with fewer than 150 rooms, the AG 2500 supports up to 500 simultaneous mobile devices. With the release of the new gateway comes the latest version of the NSE (Nomadix Service Engine); version 8.9 supports not only the AG 2500 but also the Nomadix AG 5800 and AG 5900 access gateways, which service larger properties.

 
 
No Vacancy with Glenn Haussman

January 26, 2017 — BONUS SHOW: Hotel WiFi Strategies for a Data Dominant World. During this in-depth show you'll learn all about: Tips for hotels and other venues to maximize their bandwidth and keep up with the increasing demands being placed on guest Wi-Fi networks. Addressing data privacy concerns for guests when using guest Wi-Fi networks. Up-and-coming trends such as data analytics, online search using voice as an interface, etc.

 
 
Nomadix Announces Version 8.8 of Nomadix Service Engine

January 19, 2017 — Nomadix Inc. announced NSE (Nomadix Service Engine) version 8.8 for its AG 2400, AG 5800 and AG 5900 access gateways, which service internet connections for guests in hotels or anywhere there is a visitor-based network. Version 8.8 brings increased throughput performance and support for the new AG 5900 with a two-port Enhanced Small Form-Factor Pluggable (SFP+) 10G fiber module plug-in option.

2016 In the news

 
 
Six Tips to Help the Hotel Industry Thwart Hackers, Keep Data Safe

August 2016 — Caleb Hurd, hacker and senior developer for website Elf on the Shelf, is blunt abou today's security climate. According to Hurd, roughly $400 billion has been lost from companies and individuals due to hacking as of 2015. But hotel don't have to live in fear. At this year's Hospitality Industry Technology Exposition & Conference, held in New Orleans, Hurd dug into the details of hacking, why hotels should care and what they can do to put up a fight.

 
 
Hardware Solution Supports Transition to Fiber-based Network Deployments

July 6, 2016 — To support the increasing bandwidth demands being placed on high-speed internet access (HSIA), many establishments, such as high-end hotels, are upgrading their IT infrastructure from copper to fiber. Nomadix – a leading provider of public access gateways – has announced a fiber-based hardware solution that supports the transition to fiber-based network deployments.

 
 
Nomadix Launches New Gateway to Support Hotels with High Speed Fiber Internet

June 30, 2016 — As a global innovator of public access gateways, Nomadix, recently announced an accessory for its popular AG 5900 bandwidth management gateway. "Through our secure, easy-to-use and reliable high-speed Internet gateways and bandwidth management tools, we help hotels provide a better user experience for guests and a higher likelihood to return to that property," said Fred Reeder, Chief Commercial & Operating Officer, Nomadix.

 
 
Nomadix's Accessory for AG 5900 Gateway - SFP+Fiber Module to Hit the Market in Big Time

June 28, 2016 — The bandwidth demand for high-speed internet access (HSIA) is moving up in the market, as many four & five-star hotels are upgrading their IT infrastructure from copper to fiber. In addition, many newer properties are being built with fiber instead of copper, considering its significant advantages over copper wire. Anticipating the crater meticulously, Nomadix Inc., the California based innovator of public access gateways, announces an accessory for its popular AG 5900 bandwidth management gateway.

 
 
HITEC 2016 NEWS: Nomadix Reveals New Capabilities for Service Engine

June 21, 2016 — With the introduction of Nomadix Service Engine (NSE) version 8.7, Nomadix Inc. showcases new bandwidth management and security features for its AG 2400, AG 5600, AG 5800 and AG 5900 bandwidth management and access gateways. These popular gateways service internet connections for guests in locations such as hotels or convention centers – or anywhere there is a visitor network.

 
 
Nomadix accessory supports high-speed fiber Internet

June 21, 2016 — Nomadix Inc. has introduced an accessory for its AG 5900 bandwidth management gateway to support high-speed fiber Internet and increasing bandwidth demands, the company said. The two-port enhanced small form-factor pluggable (SFP+) fiber module is designed for hotels, or other establishments with visitor-based networks, where a fiber architecture is deployed and fiber WAN ports are needed. SFP+ technology helps provide lowest latency and low power usage when compared to copper Base-T.

 
 
HITEC 2016 NEWS: Nomadix Announces Support for High-Speed Fiber Internet

June 20, 2016 — Nomadix Inc. has announced an accessory for its AG 5900 bandwidth management gateway. The 2-port Enhanced Small Form-Factor Pluggable (SFP+) Fiber Module is designed for hotels, or other establishments with visitor-based networks, where a fiber architecture is deployed and fiber WAN ports are needed. SFP+ technology ensures optimal performance, lowest latency and low power usage when compared to copper Base-T.

 
 
100 Gigabit Ethernet switch sales pace growth of market in '15, Comcast Business partners with AWS, and Nomadix deploys Deep Packet Inspection platform.

March 23, 2016 — Worldwide Ethernet switch sales topped a record $6 billion in the fourth quarter of 2015, according to a report by analytics firm IHS Inc. For the full year, Ethernet switch sales reached $22.6 billion, driven by strong demand in North America and China for 40 Gigabit Ethernet (GbE) and 100 Gigabit switch connectivity, said Matthias Machowinski, senior research director of enterprise networks and video at IHS, based in Englewood, Colo.

 
 
New products of the week 3.21.16

March 21, 2016 — Key features – The Alloc8 – X Series is a family of DPI platforms that enable IT personnel to pinpoint the source of network congestion and better manage bandwidth demand. Available in four models, the Alloc8 – X Series can support a range of data throughput from 200Mb up to 10Gb.

 
 
Nomadix Adds Deep Packet Inspection Platform

March 17, 2016 — Nomadix introduced the Alloc8 - X Series, a family of four enterprise-grade layer 7 platforms that combine real-time monitoring, interactive analytics, purpose-built reports and an intelligent recommendation engine to give network operators the ability to pinpoint the source of congestion and manage bandwidth demand. The series features Deep Packet Inspection technology to give network managers and administrators a better understanding of network traffic, application and performance. It is designed for hotels, retail establishments, educational institutions, and service providers that struggle with too little bandwidth where visitor networks are deployed.

 
 
FirstNews Briefs: DT and Zimperium, Nomadix, Cloud4Wi, ClariPhy

March 17, 2016 — Nomadix, Inc. announced its new Alloc8-X Series, a family of four enterprise-grade layer 7 platforms that combine real-time monitoring, interactive analytics, purpose-built reports and an intelligent recommendation engine to give network operators the ability to pinpoint the source of congestion and manage bandwidth demand.

 
 
Nomadix Expands Portfolio Of Network Solutions With New Deep Packet Inspection Platform

March 15, 2016 — Nomadix, Inc., the innovator and pioneer of public access gateways, today announced the Alloc8 - X Series -- a family of four enterprise-grade layer 7 platforms that combine real-time monitoring, interactive analytics, purpose-built reports and an intelligent recommendation engine to give network operators the ability to pinpoint the source of congestion and manage bandwidth demand, not just capacity. The series features Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) technology to give network managers and administrators a better understanding of network traffic, application and performance. It is ideal for hotels, retail establishments, educational institutions, and service providers that struggle with too little bandwidth where visitor networks are deployed.

 
 
Nomadix Alloc8-X Series Public Access Gateways Enable Enhanced Visitor Network Performance Tuning

March 15, 2016 — Nomadix announced the new Alloc8 – X Series public access gateways that provide administrators with detailed insights into bandwidth consumption and tools for optimizing network usage patterns across hotel, retail and educational networks. Using the company's network traffic monitoring and analytics, with the company's Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) technology, the Alloc8 - X Series provides bandwidth consumption statistics broken down by user, application, device and location. The Alloc8 – X Series allows managers to set network resource allocation policies based on these criteria, while enabling faster problem diagnosis and resolution.

 
 
Nomadix Prevails in Patent Infringement Suit Over Internet Networking for Hospitality Industry

February 26, 2016 — On February 2nd, Judge Dean D. Pregerson of the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California handed down a summary judgement in a patent infringement case between Internet network company Nomadix of Agoura Hills, CA, and tech company Blueprint RF of Norcross, GA. In the ruling, Judge Pregerson found that Blueprint was guilty of infringing a Nomadix patent protecting key technology for redirecting user computers to captive portal pages.

 
 
Nomadix launches New Internet Gateway Enhancements for Public Access Networks

February 23, 2016 — In a major announcement made, Nomadix, Inc., creator of public Internet gateways, has launched Nomadix Service Engine (NSE) version 8.6 for its AG 2400, AG 5600, AG 5800 and AG 5900 gateways. For the hospitality market and other industries that support a continuous stream of visitors wanting to access the Internet, Nomadix gateways extend a wired or Wi-Fi network to create a public Internet network.

 
 
Nomadix Rolls-Out New Internet Gateway Enhancements To Address Bandwidth Challenges Of Public Access Networks

February 17, 2016 — Nomadix, Inc., the innovator and pioneer of public Internet gateways, has announced Nomadix Service Engine (NSE) version 8.6 for its AG 2400, AG 5600, AG 5800 and AG 5900 gateways. Designed for guest networks -- including those found in the hospitality market and other industries that support a continuous stream of visitors wanting to access the Internet -- Nomadix gateways extend a wired or Wi-Fi network to create a public Internet network.

 
 
Knobbe Martens Client Nomadix Prevails On Summary Judgment

February 4, 2016 — U.S. District Court for the Central District of California granted summary judgment in favor of Nomadix, Inc., ruling that competitor Blueprint RF infringes Nomadix's patented Internet-access technology. The court also denied three summary judgment motions that Blueprint filed in an attempt to avoid infringement and to invalidate Nomadix's patents. Knobbe Martens Partner Doug Muehlhauser, Nomadix's lead litigation counsel, stated, "Nomadix is a true pioneer in Internet access, and this ruling affirms Nomadix’s decision to protect its valuable technologies."

 
 
Nomadix Gets Patent Win

February 4, 2016 — Agoura Hills-based Internet access gateway maker Nomadix says that it has received a win in a federal court, saying that Blueprint RF has infringed upon one of the company's patents. The summary judgement was made by Judge Dean D. Pregerson, U.S. District Court judge for the Central District of California, and stems from a patent infringement lawsuit filed by Nomadix in October of 2014, covering the idea of a "portal page" which users land on when first connecting to a network, particularly in hotels. The patent owned by Nomadix is U.S. Patent No. 8,156,246.

2015 In the news

 
 
Nomadix Launches Scalable, High-Speed Internet Access Gateway to Meet Growing Bandwidth Demands for Hospitality

August 6, 2015 — Nomadix, Inc., the innovator and pioneer of public access gateways, launched the AG 5900 Internet access gateway -- a next-generation, high-performance solution that extends a wired or Wi-Fi network to create a public Internet access network. The scalability of the AG 5900 supports anywhere from 300 to 8,000 simultaneous devices without any required change of hardware or software design, enabling organizations to add support for increasing numbers of devices as needed.

 
 
New product announcements from HITEC 2015

July 8, 2015 — Nomadix introduces AG5900 – a high-speed Internet access gateway designed to meet growing bandwidth demands in hospitality. The AG5900 scales from 300 to 8,000 simultaneous devices, making it ideal for larger venues with high volumes of visitors. AG5900’s 1.5 Gbps throughput, combined with powerful bandwidth conservation tools, allows hotels to maximize and extend the life of their current WAN connectivity.

 
 
HITEC 2015 NEWS: New Scalable HSIA Gateway Expands Life of Existing Connectivity

June 19, 2015 — Nomadix, Inc. has launched the AG 5900 Internet access gateway -- a next-generation, high-performance solution that extends a wired or Wi-Fi network to create a public Internet access network. The scalability of the AG 5900 supports anywhere from 300 to 8,000 simultaneous devices without any required change of hardware or software design, enabling organizations to add support for increasing numbers of devices as needed. The AG 5900 is designed for medium- to large-sized venues, such as hotels, convention centers, airports, and stadiums.

 
 
Internet Access Gateway Extends Wired/Wi-Fi Networks

June 17, 2015 — The AG 5900 Internet access gateway is a next-generation, high-performance solution that extends a wired or Wi-Fi network to create a public Internet access network. The scalability of the AG 5900 supports up to 8,000 simultaneous devices without any required change of hardware or software design, enabling organizations to add support for increasing numbers of devices as needed. The AG 5900 is designed for larger venues with a high volume of traffic, including hotels, convention centers, airports, and stadiums.

 
 
Nomadix Launches Scalable High-Speed Internet Access Gateway

June 17, 2015 — Nomadix, Inc. at HITEC launched the AG 5900 Internet access gateway—a next-generation solution that extends a wired or WiFi network to create a public Internet access network. According to the company, the scalability of the AG 5900 supports anywhere from 300 to 8,000 simultaneous devices without any required change of hardware or software design, enabling organizations to add support for increasing numbers of devices as needed.

 
 
HITEC2015: Day 1 Diary. Innovations & News for Wireless in Hospitality

June 16, 2015 — Day one of the exhibit hall at HITEC just wrapped up and with it did my first day getting a glimpse into the hospitality segment of wireless networking and Wi-Fi. With over 300 exhibitors and an enormous turnout, HITEC focuses on all areas of technology in the hospitality industry. From connectivity to those pesky minibars that charge you when you move a soda can, it's all here.

 
 
How Hotels are Mobilizing Staff

February 17, 2015 — In order to gain efficiency, offer real-time access and streamline operations, many hotel operators are equipping staff with mobile devices, allowing them to perform duties from anywhere on the property. Whether its smartphones or tablets, company-owned or Bring Your Own Device (BYOD), many operations are being performed on the go.

 
 
Nomadix: Tackling BYOD: Managing Network Usage, Security and Quality

January 1, 2015 — The explosion of Wi-Fi-enabled mobile devices is changing the way organizations must manage their public and private Internet access networks. Indeed, the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) movement has created a "bandwidth tsunami" that has left organizations struggling to keep up with the exabytes of data crossing their networks. CIOs are being forced to reevaluate their current policies and look for solutions to help them squeeze more performance out of existing bandwidth.

 
 
Nomadix: Keeping Guests Connected and Coming Back

January 1, 2015 — The demand for guest Internet bandwidth in hospitality is at an all-time high. Many estimates place bandwidth demand doubling about every six to nine months in hotels. A large percentage of guests decide where to stay based off the quality and priority of Internet access–and a poor experience with Internet quality can break the guest experience and their loyalty. For this reason, hotels and other hospitality entities are under increasing pressure to meet the demands being placed upon them by guests who carry multiple devices (BYOD) and want to surf the Web, play video games or stream movies–activities that all use a lot of bandwidth.

2014 In the news

 
 
How Much Bandwidth Does Your Property Need?

October 14, 2014 — Two years ago, BioMarin, a pharmaceutical firm based in San Rafael, Calif., called Inn Marin to book an offsite training session. This wasn’t unusual since the 69-room independent hotel is located eight miles up the road from the company’s headquarters. And with only 35 people attending, the meeting requirements were far from onerous. But there was one last-minute request that nearly caused Inn Marin to lose this booking. BioMarin needed an Internet connection that was six megabits per second (Mbps) or faster to allow 20 desktop computers to log into the corporate server in San Rafael.

 
 
HITEC 2014: Nomadix Announces Enhanced Bandwidth Provisioning Capabilities for Its Internet Access Gateways

July 17, 2014 — Nomadix, Inc. has announced enhanced bandwidth provisioning capabilities for its AG 2400, AG 5600 and AG 5800 access gateways, which service Internet connections for guests in a variety of locations, from hotels to convention centers. The updates are part of Nomadix Service Engine (NSE) version 8.4, which will be available in Q3 2014.

 
 
New product announcements from HITEC

July 9, 2014 — Pervasive mobile device use is causing bandwidth headaches for hotels. With Nomadix renowned, reliable and scalable Internet gateways, hotels can control bandwidth to keep traffic flowing – securely providing a fair share of bandwidth for all guests. Nomadix gateways offer the best access control and bandwidth provisioning with tiered capabilities to allocate bandwidth by priority, location or class. Nomadix load balancing, layer seven application prioritization, content control and reporting ensure that Internet access is further optimized.

 
 
Agoura Hills Firm Keeps People on go Connected to Their Devices

July 4, 2014 — As people frequently carry multiple mobile and wireless devices, it has become an expectation that they will find wireless Internet access at all sorts of venues ? from hotel rooms to shopping centers to city parks or airplanes. Nomadix Inc., an Agoura Hills-based firm, supplies the hardware and software technologies that venues use to not only provide a good Internet experience for their customers, but also make it easy for those managing the Internet access to control traffic or bring in revenue at their Wi-Fi hot spots.

 
 
New Communication Technology Called WebRTC Would Enhance the World Cup

June 30, 2014 — In the knockout stage of the World Cup, it's win or go home. The heightened expectations magnifies everything to yet another level. The simplest mistake mortifies an entire nation. Thus, there’s very little–if any–room for error. This reality is no different in the board room as it is on the field of play.

 
 
Hospitality Industry Turns to IT Channel for Internet Solutions to Address Bandwidth Demands

June 25, 2014 — When it comes to purchasing technology solutions for the hospitality industry, one size does not fit all. Each deployment has unique requirements based on factors such as the design and quality of the building, available Internet Service Provider quality of service, clientele and service expectations. Internet access is one of the most important technology implementations in the hospitality industry, as guests have come to expect an Internet experience akin, or better, to their home or office — yet Internet access can also be one of the most problematic issues.

Marketing contact: Lages & Associates, Stephanie Olsen, (949) 453-8080, stephanie@lages.com