Press Release

Cape Named Best Wi-Fi Startup of 2017

The Hague, Netherlands — Oct. 31, 2017 — Cape has been awarded Best Wi-Fi Startup of 2017 at Wi-Fi NOW Europe. Cape is the most powerful and intuitive way for enterprises to measure and manage end-user Wi-Fi experience.

 

Cape Sales Executive, Paul Kersse, and co-founder, Ross Douglas, receiving the the Best Wi-Fi Startup award on behalf of Cape.

"We're honored to be recognized by our peers for the innovation Cape is bringing in the Wi-Fi industry," says Ross Douglas, the Cape co-founder who received the award on behalf of the company.

Unlike other cumbersome, network-centric tools, Cape's cloud-based dashboard is a bold reinvention of the network performance dashboard, focused on usability. Cape's sensor tests Wi-Fi performance from the end-user's perspective, enabling it to identify and diagnose problems that would otherwise plague users and network operations teams. The cellular-enabled sensor allows organizations to deploy the product in minutes, saving thousands of dollars on Ethernet cable runs.

Wi-Fi has become business-critical infrastructure for almost every organization around the world. Cape is trusted by managed service providers, Fortune 100 companies, technology companies, global hospitality groups, professional arenas, schools and more, across 14 countries.

About Wi-Fi NOW

Wi-Fi NOW's mission is to support and promote all things Wi-Fi. Its goal is to make high-quality, high-performance Wi-Fi available everywhere, for everyone. Wi-Fi NOW works with individuals, carriers, service providers, tech vendors, and regulators.

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About Cape

Cape is a venture-backed SaaS and hardware company based in San Francisco and Cape Town on a mission to make the Internet better. Our beautiful, easy to use Wi-Fi monitoring product is helping experts and non-experts alike to monitor and improve their networks. We're founded by telecoms and software veterans, and backed by great Silicon Valley investors.

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