Intelbras, Tanaza launch cloud-managed networking for Latam

23 February 2021 | Melanie Mingas

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Italian software company Tanaza has partnered with Intelbras, the Brazilian manufacturer of telecoms and security products, to launch a cloud-managed networking platform for the Latam market.

The platform allows remote configuration, monitoring, and troubleshooting in real-time of Intelbras Tanaza powered devices deployed in multiple locations, from a single dashboard.

Tanaza's modular software layer integrates with third-party applications on top to offer customer services such as Wifi monetisation, guest access, and hotspot management applications. Tanaza's software integrations can be enabled on any Intelbras device powered by Tanaza.

Sebastiano Bertani, founder and CEO of Tanaza, said: "Partnering with Intelbras marks a new era of collaboration, using the strengths of both companies to deliver operational efficiency and added-value to IT professionals in LATAM.

Intelbras has a great and strong local presence and a capillary network of resellers and partners that can satisfy every customer need with Intelbras Tanaza-powered devices while enabling any application from our marketplace."

Intelbras Tanaza powered devices' new line focuses on enterprise wireless access points, suitable for small to large-sized networks, with four different solutions tailored to different environments, such as high-density indoor and mid-sized and large indoor networks.

"By partnering with Tanaza, we bring to market a new line of cloud-based Intelbras Tanaza powered Wifi access points. Our partners and customers will enjoy the unrivalled level of support that only Intelbras can provide in Brazil, together with the ultimate Tanaza cloud-experience," said Amilcar Scheffer, head of network business unit at Intelbras.

"Tanaza allows self-provisioning devices from the cloud platform, with no need for extra hardware controllers or hybrid devices. This makes network management extremely easy and more robust than traditional network infrastructure," Scheffer added.

"Moreover, our partners can now integrate third-party applications on top of the platform, like WiFeed, Express Wifii by Facebook, and any other supported application."