Radio communication can be so easy. Plug and play! That is what our customers expect. And that's what you get from us. Because the time that our customers want to invest in their own equipment, technical knowledge and operational professionals is far behind us. Modern companies prefer to concentrate on their core business and therefore switch to Entropia's digital radio network. Logical, because the network of Entropia is fully managed and consists of approximately 500 masts. This means that we ensure that it works, so you are always guaranteed of your communication. The managed solution from Entropia ensures you a fixed price for the desired functionality and coverage area. You choose the services you need today with the guarantee that you have ensured continuity, expansion and cost efficiency in a flexible manner with regard to your business processes.
Why not public (GSM) networks?
There are many reasons for this, namely that public networks can not offer any guarantees in case of calamities. There has been dozens of times during the last years that public networks fail. There are tens of thousands of antenna masts and it is no longer possible to provide each mast with sufficient capacity and back-up batteries. Millions of users use public networks. It is important that people start to communicate in emergencies. On the website you can follow the faults of public networks displayed on a graphical map, that is why Entropia exists. The Entropia network geographically redundant and provided with guaranteed capacity. Since Entropia is a closed system, high availability can be offered. Public (GSM-) networks cannot offer this.
Links to Public network issues
Public (GSM) Network failures (Live)
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Entropia offers High-end availability
The managed solution from ENTROPIA ensures you a fixed price for the desired functionality and coverage area. You choose the services you need today with the guarantee that you have ensured continuity, expansion and cost efficiency in a flexible manner with regard to your business processes. Our Network Management Center (NMC) monitors the network twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week. As soon as there is a report, the NMC analyses and immediately takes the necessary action to guarantee your communication. In addition, the NMC regularly informs you about the progress of the intervention process and discusses a back-up solution with you if the agreements within the SLA (Service Level Agreement) are about to be exceeded.