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Ezecom, Minim poised to launch new Wifi service

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Ezecom, Minim poised to launch new Wifi service

Ezecom, the Kingdom’s leading Internet Service Provider, has joined hands with Minim Inc on a smart home system called EzeWiFi which can deliver high-performance WiFi and comes with a mobile app for parental controls, network security and added privacy.

Ezecom CEO Yuni Lee-Heathcote said the partnership with Minim is another milestone in modernising technology and innovation that can be more personalised and secure for subscribers.

“Ezecom is pleased to bring our subscribers the next generation of WiFi services to support the smart home.

“The launch of this solution shows our company’s commitment to providing premium communication services through constant innovation and improvement.

“EzeWiFi combines attractive meshed WiFi devices with a powerfully simple mobile app. With EzeWiFi, our subscribers will be able to personalise and secure their network at an affordable price point thanks to our technology partner, Minim,” she said.

Minim CEO Gray Chynoweth said the Asia-Pacific is an emerging market that must be tapped.

“We are proud to have been selected by Ezecom for this product. The Asia-Pacific is predicted to outgrow other smart home markets by 2030.

“As such, it’s clear that Ezecom is a forward-thinking service provider with their subscribers’ best interests in mind. We can’t wait to see EzeWiFi in the homes of many,” Chynoweth said.

Minim is an artificial intelligence (AI)-driven WiFi management and security platform for the smart home.

Minim’s automated network healing and usable applications have helped operators increase customer satisfaction and retention while reducing support calls and truck rolls by as much as 50 per cent.

Data from the Telecom Regulator of Cambodia says Cambodia had 18 internet service providers as of August.

Six were mobile internet and 12 fixed internet providers, with more than 16 million internet subscribers – up from 13.6 million users in 2018.

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