Plume And ADTRAN’s Partnership Shows The Way Forward To A Smart Home 2.0 World
Plume recently announced its partnership with ADTRAN. This venture was aimed at improving the smart home experience and making more secure. Plume’s other partnerships with Bell Canada, Samsung, Comcast, Armstrong, and others have had great results.
In the company’s negotiations with ISPs, Plume’s chief value proposition is likely centered around its ability to significantly relieve customer frustration and support costs by deploying reliable Wi-Fi coverage throughout the home.
As the company offers support to its users, it increases the cost for them. However, in most cases, the incidents are not about equipment failure which means it could have been solved remotely. Plume’s adaptive hardware is AI-optimized to offer the users better in-home connectivity. It will depend on the user’s unique wireless usage.
ADTRAN is a global provider of next-generation open networking and subscriber experience solutions. This partnership with Plume could help them create better smart home experiences since ADTRAN will be implementing Plume’s full suite of smart home services and enterprise applications to over 700 service providers across more than 60 countries. ADTRAN is also working towards integrating Plume’s OpenSync architecture into its legacy and new platforms. In addition to being beneficial for both companies, this partnership is great for customers as well. Smart Home 2.0 will be the vision we have always seen.
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