iPass Expands Mobile Wi-Fi Hotspot Network in Poland with PTC
iPass continues to grow global Wi-Fi hotspot footprint adding access in Poland’s major airports, hotels and cafes
London — April 6, 2011 — iPass Inc. (NASDAQ: IPAS), a leading provider of enterprise mobility services, today announced that it has expanded the iPass Mobile Network in Poland with wireless connectivity in six airports, 45 hotels and over 60 cafes with its partnership with Polska Telefonia Cyfrowa (PTC)—a leading mobile phone network operator in Central Europe.
“The iPass Mobile Network now provides greater coverage in Poland, one of the most important markets in Europe,” said Marcio Avillez, vice president of Network Services at iPass. “PTC has one of the most recognizable and most trusted telecom brands in Poland and this partnership expands our Wi-Fi footprint to serve our enterprise customers who view the country as strategic to their mobility requirements.”
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 Wi-Fi network—while ensuring it has complete visibility and controls of network usage, security and costs.
iPass users can connect at Warsaw, Krakow, Katowice, Wroclaw, Poznan and Szczecin airports, all Coffee Heaven shops in addition to Sheraton & Sofitel locations. For a complete list of iPass Wi-Fi hotspots in Poland and around the world visit the iPass Hotspot Finder.
Founded in 1996, iPass (NASDAQ: IPAS) is a leading provider of enterprise mobility services with 3,500 customers, including more than 420 of the Forbes Global 2000. Additional information is available at www.iPass.com or on Smarter Connections, the iPass blog.