Netduma Partners with EE for WiFi Enhancer
In the latest milestone moment for Netduma, we’re ecstatic to announce our partnership to deliver DumaOS to customers with the UK’s largest ISP: EE (Formerly BT Broadband). This partnership is our second with a Tier 1 ISP and as we’re extremely excited to work with an outstanding provider that champions British technology.
To establish themselves as the leading network for activities like gaming and work-from-home while also providing a greater experience for their customers, EE reached out to Netduma to provide our software to their install base. The result from our collaboration was WiFi Enhancer.
WiFi Enhancer provides EE customers with a reinvented form of DumaOS, presented in a format that could be easily used by anyone. We gave special attention to alleviating problems with lag-sensitive traffic – namely, Gaming and Work-based traffic such as video calls. This culminated in ‘Game Mode’ and ‘Work Mode’, allowing users to favor traffic that matters to them with the flick of a switch.
Of course, it couldn’t be WiFi Enhancer without enhancing WiFi. We implemented our Wireless QoS solution into WiFi Enhancer, ensuring that no matter how many mobile and wireless devices are connected in a home, what matters always gets what it deserves.
To better distinguish EE’s brand and service as the ‘destination for gaming’ in the UK, Geo-Filter was also implemented into WiFi Enhancer so users had the tools for the most optimal online gaming possible.
As with every partnership we’ve ever built, this is only the beginning for WiFi Enhancer – we intend to introduce the very latest advancements from Netduma as they appear. All in the name of simplifying the home network dynamic and empowering customer experiences to improve things for customer and provider alike.
We’re incredibly proud to be working on WiFi Enhancer, and immensely excited to launch it with EE. Their collaboration with us and decision to partner with Netduma not only showcases EE’s understanding of the problems that customers need solving but also their trust in backing British technology.