Mojo Networks, the inventor of Cognitive WiFi and a leader in cloud-managed wireless networking, has partnered with Edgecore Networks to launch the industry’s first “White Box WiFi” solution.
Mojo’s cloud-managed WiFi software is now available to customers who purchase wireless access points from Edgecore Networks.
Rick Wilmer, CEO, Mojo Networks said, “Open standards foster increased competition and innovation, which directly lead to better products at lower prices. Customers have made it clear that they want a world where they can buy the best access point for their application, from anywhere, and manage it the way they want to, at fair costs. Customers are craving an open standard where access points all interoperate like light bulbs, and our partnership with Edgecore is helping to realize that goal.”
“Edgecore and Mojo share the same vision: we want bring the benefits of open networking to service providers and enterprises deploying access networks,” said George Tchaparian, CEO of Edgecore Networks.
“By launching the industry’s first White Box WiFi solution, we’re satisfying significant demand from enterprises and managed service providers. Open WiFi networks are ready for large scale deployment,” commented Tchaparian.
At the Open Compute Project U.S. Summit in March 2018, Mojo and Edgecore collaborated to deploy the world’s first large-scale “Open WiFi” network at the San Jose Convention Center. The interoperable network, comprised of Edgecore ECW5410 and Mojo C-130 Access Points, ran on Mojo’s NOS to provide high-performance secure WiFi to the 3,400 show attendees gathering to discuss the benefits of an open hardware ecosystem.