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April 12, 2023

Marlborough firm partners with Intel to improve AI tech

Photo | Courtesy of Wyebot A Wyebot sensor.

Marlborough company Wyebot has partnered with Intel Corp.’s Intel Connectivity Analytics program to help Wyebot offer new solutions for its wireless artificial intelligence-driven WiFi automation platform, which helps support WiFi  problems. 

California-based Intel Connectivity Analytics helps wireless solution providers like Wyebot create networking and system insights such as network health and security, service quality and customer experience, to help platforms optimize their networking operations, according to Wyebot’s press release on Tuesday.

“This collaboration is aligned with Wyebot’s overarching strategy to strengthen our overall leadership of WiFi automation–by adding support for the mobile workforce,”  Roger Sands, CEO and cofounder of Wyebot, said in the press release. “By integrating Intel’s insights into our WiFi automation technology, we’re able to grow and deploy our market-leading technology across major business segments.”

Wyebot’s integration of Intel’s new service helps customers and partners leverage existing Intel personal computers for networking and system insights. Intel-based PCs are placed in networks around the globe and across all corporate, industrial, government, education, and consumer networks. Intel’s connectivity products provide hardware and software-based insights to help partners understand local network conditions.

Wyebot was founded in 2016 by Sands and Anil Gupta. According to Crunchbase, Gupta has more than 20 years of experience in the networking industry and more than 10 years in wireless. He has authored 15 patents related to wireless communications. 

Wyebot has raised $16.6 million in venture funding, according to Crunchbase. It has received funding from LaunchCapital in New Haven, Connecticut, Tectonic Ventures in Cambridge, and Boston-based Innospark Ventures.

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