Press release – February 17, 2014

CrowdRoaming Identified as Key-player in the Hyper-connected World

CrowdRoaming solution integrates peer-to-peer technology with 3G / 4G and Wi-Fi connectivity.

THE HAGUE, the Netherlands – Richard Adler, Distinguished Fellow at the Institute for the Future in Palo Alto, California, in a new article on the hyper-connected world identifies CrowdRoaming as the innovative solution provider for ubiquitous connectivity.

The year 2013 was the crossover point when more people accessed the Internet via wireless devices than by wired desktop computers. Simple mobile phones have come to morph into intelligent multipurpose wireless computing and communications devices. “As technology continues to evolve, we are now on the brink of another major transition, from a connected world to a hyper-connected world”, Adler says.

CrowdRoaming, the connectivity innovators, have addressed the problem of intermittent, hit-or-miss connectivity, combining their bespoke peer-to-peer technology with Wi-Fi and 3G/4G connectivity.
“CrowdRoaming has developed a creative approach to addressing this problem”, Adler states in his article.

“The CrowdRoaming ubiquitous connectivity solution is especially interesting for countries and tourist authorities to make attractive and low-cost hospitality connectivity offerings to visitors”, Homayun Zahidi, CTO of CrowdRoaming, states, “as it always delivers the best connection at the lowest price”.

“The first country to adopt such an approach is likely to attract attention from the global community”, Adler says. To read the full article, go to:

http://www.crowdroaming.com/innovation

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E: herri.hendradi@crowdroaming.com

February 17, 2014 / By: Editor