As blogs and other forms of social media are being accessed by our users with Smartphones and other mobile devices, we wanted to make it simpler and more user friendly to sign on to our networks using these devices
New Haven, CT (PRWEB) July 4, 2009
Spot On Networks, today, announced that users who have mobile phones or Smartphones, will now be able to sign on to its Wi Fi high speed internet networks in an easy to use format, customized for the screen of each individual mobile device.
Signing on to the Internet using a mobile phone or Smartphone has proved to be difficult since the device screens are considerably different than standard computer screens, and often the reformatting is difficult to read. Spot On Networks developed sign on screens that automatically format for each individual device so that the information on the screen is easy to read, and data entry using either a soft or regular keyboard, is "finger friendly".
"As blogs and other forms of social media are being accessed by our users with Smartphones and other mobile devices, we wanted to make it simpler and more user friendly to sign on to our networks using these devices", said Dick Sherwin, Chief Executive Officer of Spot On Networks. He went on to say "the software platform developed by our engineering group detects the specific device being utilized by the network user, and formats the screen for the sign on page accordingly".
The Wi Fi Alliance, an organization driving the adoption of the worldwide standards for high speed wireless networking, has certified more than 5,000 devices for the IEEE802.11 (Wi Fi) standard and hundreds more each week. As a result, Wi Fi usage continues to experience rapid growth.
About Spot On Networks: Spot On Networks is the largest service provider of high speed Wi Fi wireless Internet to the multifamily housing industry. Utilizing various technologies, Spot On Networks provides high speed wireless capabilities throughout a residential complex that replace the need for DSL or Cable Modem services while providing complete mobility within that complex.