MOUNTAIN VIEW, CALIF. - July 25, 2013 - AirTight Networks, Inc., the leader in secure cloud-managed Wi-Fi solutions, today announced that it has signed an agreement with Quantum Solutions to distribute AirTight's Wi-Fi and wireless intrusion prevention (WIPS) solutions to the South Korea market.
MOUNTAIN VIEW, CALIF. - July 25, 2013 - AirTight Networks, Inc., the leader in secure cloud-managed Wi-Fi solutions, today announced that it has signed a distribution agreement with Energy One, a leading provider of power and renewable energy solutions, to bring AirTight's wireless intrusion prevention system (WIPS) and secure Wi-Fi solutions to the Thailand market.
MOUNTAIN VIEW, CALIF. - July 23, 2013 - AirTight Networks, the leader in secure controller-less cloud Wi-Fi solutions, today announced the hiring of Kevin S. McCauley as Director, Retail Market Development. McCauley joins AirTight from Yum! Brands, Inc. the world's largest fast-food restaurant company, licensing and operating well-known global brands such as KFCTM, Taco Bell, and Pizza Hut. As Manager of IT Infrastructure for restaurant network engineering and data center services and facilities, McCauley was responsible for more than 17,000 domestic store locations and led their Future Store Network Architecture and Platform initiative for eliminating network outages, increasing security, and adding new capabilities, such as guest Wi-Fi services at retail operations.
MOUNTAIN VIEW, CALIF. - July 15, 2013 - AirTight Networks, Inc., the leader in secure cloud-managed Wi-Fi solutions, today announced that it has closed a Series D financing round totaling $10 million. Led by existing investors Trident Capital and CMEA Capital, this latest round raises the total capital invested in AirTight to $48.75 million.
MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., May 14, 2013 — AirTight Networks announces that the United States Patent and Trademark Office ("USPTO") denied Aerohive Networks' request to re-examine AirTight's Marker Packet™ patent (U.S. Patent No. 7,339,914). The USPTO examiner determined that Aerohive did not raise a substantial new question of patentability, thus reaffirming the validity of the AirTight patent over Aerohive's contention.
MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., April 29, 2013 — AirTight® Networks, the leader in secure retail Wi-Fi solutions, today announced the launch of AirTight Social Wi-Fi™, enabling retailers to integrate social media channels with AirTight's fully customizable guest Wi-Fi captive portals. Using AirTight Social Wi-Fi, retailers can engage with their customers to turn them into loyal promoters, encourage guests to opt into marketing programs and reach out to them via geographically specific marketing campaigns. AirTight Social Wi-Fi and the AirTight Retail Wi-Fi Analytics Engine (announced last week) combine to offer retailers an omni-channel platform. Both capabilities are part of its cloud-managed AirTight Wi-Fi™ solution for multi-unit retail. Retailers can leverage AirTight's Wi-Fi analytics to gain insight into consumer behavior.
MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., April 24, 2013 — AirTight® Networks, the global leader in secure Wi-Fi solutions, announced the launch of its retail Wi-Fi analytics engine as part of its cloud-managed AirTight Wi-Fi™ solution for multi-unit retail. Using AirTight Wi-Fi, retailers can provide not only reliable in-store Wi-Fi for employees and guests, but also repurpose the same infrastructure to obtain Wi-Fi analytics using the built-in Wi-Fi monitoring capability. Customer analytics can provide valuable business intelligence, which in turn can be used to increase customer loyalty and satisfaction and increase revenue.
MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., April 10, 2013 — AirTight® Networks, the global leader in secure Wi-Fi solutions, today introduced the next-generation HTML5 UI to simplify management of Wi-Fi networks and wireless IPS (WIPS) at any scale – from ten devices or locations to tens of thousands of devices or locations – via a single console and cloud-managed. The new UI is designed to relieve Wi-Fi network and security administrators of their long-standing pain of having to put up with bulky user interfaces, restrictive information display and platform support, complex configurations and non-intuitive workflows that had almost become a norm for the WLAN industry.