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By Rich Handley

Mist Announces Channel Program for Wireless Managed Service Providers

Mist, a provider of self-learning wireless networks using artificial intelligence, has announced a partner program designed for delivering Wi-Fi and Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) technologies as managed wireless services. The company recently launched a new channel partner program to accelerate the adoption of AI-driven wireless technologies, which includes flexible pricing, training and unique content for traditional resellers and managed service providers (MSPs).

The MSP program enables solution providers to deliver wireless systems as a robust managed service offering, including flexible pricing, custom branding, tiering, certification for AI-driven cloud Wi-Fi and BLE technologies, an online partner portal, and co-operative marketing funds. Mist has signed more than 100 solution providers across numerous countries, including retailers, hotels, convention centers, corporations, social-media companies, schools and malls.

Mist has also announced a distribution agreement with WAV, Inc., for partner development and enablement and value-added professional services for installation, support and new business development. In addition, the company recently signed a distribution agreement with Net One Partners, in Japan, to address the growing need for scalable managed services that simplify Wi-Fi operations, increase reliability and provide location-based services using BLE technologies.

"Mist's unique AI-enabled cloud platform is changing the way wireless is operated and creating amazing new opportunities for our partners and customers," said Mike Anderson, Mist's VP of channel sales, in a prepared statement. "We are eager to work with solution providers who want to break from the status quo with new and innovative wireless solutions that maximize performance, lower operational costs and enable highly differentiated services."

Additional information about Mist's partner program can be obtained by emailing partners@mist.com, or by visiting the company's website.

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