Swiss full-service provider Finecom Telecommunications AG uses the Quickline WLAN Optimizer – a customised version
of m2wlan – to offer its customers an easy-to-use software to analyse and configure the optimal Wi-Fi channel,
resulting in faster and even more stable Wi-Fi.
Together with the Quickline network (consisting of about 20 Swiss cable network companies), Finecom
Telecommunications AG, under their brand Quickline, supply about four hundred thousand households with their Quadruple
Play offer (Internet, telephony, mobile telephony, radio/TV). In the future, the help of the Quickline WLAN Optimizer
will make it easy for customers to configure their home Wi-Fi network ideally, profiting from all advantages of
state-of-the-art broadband Internet access.
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Users are still barely aware that the chosen channel significantly influences the quality of the home Wi-Fi. In the
widely used 2,4-GHz frequency band especially, the number of existing Wi-Fi networks is consistently on the rise. This
is no surprise, since nowadays every modern smartphone or tablet offers the possibility to create an ad-hoc access
point. Nowadays, dozens of Wi-Fi networks crowd the same environment in urban areas – many among them transmitting on
the same channel. The result? An unstable connection, massive speed loss and severely reduced signal
Even if users are aware of the problem that necessitates an adequately configured Wi-Fi infrastructure, the correct
configuration can be an insurmountable obstacle for users. The optimisation process demands technical know-how, time,
and patience. This is where the Quickline WLAN Optimizer comes into play and offers support: an interface designed for
maximum user-friendliness guides the customer through the process and offers, if desired, detailed information on every
step (e.g., by providing a clearly arranged graphical display of the current Wi-Fi environment). This results in an
optimally configured Wi-Fi – both in the 2,4 GHz and in the 5 GHz frequency band – a well-informed consumer, and
increased trust in the service provider. Customer service is extended all the way to the consumer’s home computer,
hotline calls and subsequently support costs are reduced significantly.
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