iPass Grows Mobile Wi-Fi Hotspot Footprint in Spain with Gowex
iPass adds hundreds more Wi-Fi hotspots in Madrid, Malaga and Sevilla
London — May 17, 2011 — iPass Inc. (NASDAQ: IPAS), a leading provider of enterprise mobility services, today announced that it has expanded the iPass Mobile Network in Spain with Gowex, a leading mobile internet specialist and creator of Wi-Fi Cities in over 30 cities throughout the country.
“Gowex implements Wi-Fi projects throughout city life in Spain, from universities, trade associations and companies to newsstands and even the Madrid municipal transportation system,” said Gowex Chief Executive Officer, Jenaro García. “Our partnership with iPass will allow their customers universal access to Wi-Fi networks in key areas throughout Spanish cities.”
“The partnership with Gowex allows iPass users easy access in central business locations,” said Marcio Avillez, vice president of Network Services at iPass. “Wi-Fi access in public areas is a valuable service for business travellers – especially when data roaming across Spain.”
With the iPass Open Mobile platform, a cloud-based services delivery system, enterprises can enable their mobile workers to seamlessly connect to the iPass Mobile Network—the world’s largest commercial Wi-Fi network—while ensuring they have complete visibility and control of network usage, security and costs.
For a complete list of iPass Wi-Fi hotspots throughout Spain and the rest of the world visit the iPass Hotspot Finder.
Founded in 1996, iPass (NASDAQ: IPAS) manages mobile connectivity for large enterprises and global carriers through mobility and cloud services. With thousands of enterprise customers, iPass is a leading provider of enterprise mobility services which simply, smartly and openly facilitate access from any device on any network, while providing IT with the visibility and control necessary to support the demands of the enterprise workforce. iPass also provides in-country and international Wi-Fi off-load and roaming services robust enough to support both the business and mass market requirements of telecom carriers. Additional information is available at www.iPass.com or on Smarter Connections, the iPass blog.