Malaysia Kampung Wi-Fi on eaziCloud

AttreLogix Networks

Malaysia Kampung Wi-Fi on eaziCloud

An innovative collaboration between Intelligence Netcare and AttreLogix Networks

Intelligence Netcare Sdn Bhd (iNetcare), a wholly owned subsidiary of MSD Digital Intelligence Sdn Bhd, has selected AttreLogix Networks to design and deploy next generation Wi-Fi services for more than 400 villages across Malaysia as part of the “Pusat Internet 1 Malaysia” initiative, an ongoing partnership with Telekom Malaysia since 2012.

“Our partnership with AttreLogix Networks, leading provider of cloud and big data solutions, enables us to deploy easy-to-use Wi-Fi services for our users. With over 1,000 Wi-Fi hotspots throughout the nation, rural areas are now connected, and many villagers get to enjoy internet for the first time,” said Rafingei Ahmad, COO Intelligence Netcare Sdn Bhd.

iNetcare is using AttreLogix eaziCloud, a truly flexible and innovative platform to rollout and manage next generation Wi-Fi services. The platform enables friendly user experience on Wi-Fi network where first timer can gain access through guided wizard and login portal over Wi-Fi hotspots at venues like recreational areas, community centres, halls and complexes.

Intuitive live dashboard, a powerful capability in eaziCloud, offers the ability to obtain real time updates on the nationwide Wi-Fi network anytime anywhere. Users can register new accounts through the captive portal which is designed to meet compliant of local authority and regulators. In addition, the flexibility of eaziCloud allows iNetcare to adapt to specific wireless challenges at every rural location, in order to deliver a unified user experience.

“AttreLogix Networks live to be innovative and always offer top notch service to our customers. User Experience is our priority where we ensure both our customers and their end users get the best experience possible,” said Joe Tan, Executive Director, AttreLogix Networks. “We are proud to be selected by iNetcare for this project and looking forward to extend our coverage to more underserved areas in the ASEAN region.”