Why you should care about indoor mobile connectivity: #SCWSWorld Day 2

When we think about mobile connectivity, the problem is often regarded as one that primarily affects the ‘less-developed’ parts of the world: rural communities, remote industries, and disaster-hit areas. Rarely do we associate a bustling urban hub with problems of low connectivity and poor voice networks.

Issues of indoor and urban connectivity are more common that many of us would imagine. As cities expand, and new buildings crop up, the infrastructure to support the connectivity that these new establishments require is not always able to keep up. This results in poor, or unreliable indoor connectivity. Enterprises are then obligated to invest in third-party services to provide indoor connectivity – thus binding their employees to a DECT and rendering their mobile devices unreliable at best, and useless at worst.

As a result, up to 50% of a business’s revenue can go into just ensuring that its employees have non-stop mobile connectivity.

And we aren’t even talking about data services yet…

We’ve made it our business to fix the problem of indoor mobile network connectivity so that your business can run smoothly and reliably. You no longer need to be mobile to require mobile networks, which is why it’s time for the mobile network industry to focus on providing reliable voice network services to spaces where these services are non-existent or unreliable. Apart from rural and remote regions, this also refers to indoor urban spaces including not just offices, but also hotels, hospitals and luxury homes and venues.

At #SCWSWorld 2016, Omoco demonstrated its Network in a box to provide interruption-free network coverage to businesses, enterprises and luxury venues. Know more about the solution here.