NeoReach picks Pronto for muni-broadband services

MobilePro says its wholly owned NeoReach Wireless subsidiary has selected Pronto Networks to provide broadband wireless managed services for its citywide wireless networks, starting with Tempe, AZ. Pronto's UniFi Managed Services is a hosted service designed to allow operators to rapidly deploy large-scale networks by initially outsourcing back-office functions to Pronto's operations team. The service, based on Pronto's UniFi OSS Platform, provides back-office and service control functions, including user registration, authentication, subscriber management, billing, customer portal customization and remote network management. NeoReach currently has three announced municipal deployments underway in Tempe and Chandler, AZ, and Sacramento, CA.

For more details on the NeoReach/Pronto deal:
- see this MobilePro press release

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