MARLBOROUGH, Mass. — Wyebot announced new features to its patented Wireless Intelligence Platform™ (WIP).  With Version 3.0, WIP expands its security features and enhances user experience with its support for Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax) and more detailed AP Classification.

The Wyebot WIP combines on-premises sensor hardware and cloud-based, vendor-agnostic software that integrates seamlessly with any existing network infrastructure.  Its advanced wireless optimization algorithms work alongside next-generation predictive analytics to identify potential threats or problems in order to keep the Wi-Fi network running reliably and efficiently, all while providing actionable steps to optimize performance.

“As the leaders in AI-driven Wi-Fi automation, Wyebot is committed to continued innovation and ensuring our WIP always defines the industry standard,” said Roger Sands, CEO and co-founder of Wyebot. “Wi-Fi is always changing, and WIP will always be the leader in changing and adapting with it.  We’re committed to proactively adding the design features that our customers need to ensure Wi-Fi optimization in their businesses.”

With its industry leading, first-to-market feature updates, WIP now has the ability to run its full suite of remote-capable network tests using Wi-Fi 6 technology and will identify all access points and clients using its device fingerprinting.  Wyebot also expanded WIP’s security features to classify all detected APs as “Mine,” “Known,” “Unknown,” and “Unauthorized.”  Automatic alerts are sent for any detected “Unknown” and “Unauthorized” APs.

“The market for Wi-Fi 6 devices and network infrastructure is growing,” Sands said. “As these devices start showing up in more businesses and organizations, we want all WIP users to rest assured that WIP supports and recognizes all new capabilities.”

Additional new features include expanded end user experience metrics and optimized network test workflows.