Activation of the NetSpend device, an open-source network access technology, for Verizon Wireless is scheduled for July 10, 2017.
This event is an example of how the netSpend software platform can be used to provide access to wireless networks.
NetSpend allows users to remotely control devices like smartphones, tablets, and PCs through an application that runs on the device.
The user can choose to enable remote access to the network, configure the device for Wi-Fi or wireless hotspot access, or set a password to log in remotely.
The application can also manage network connections.
A new version of NetSpindroid, called NetSpends Network, is scheduled to be released this summer.
The software allows users on wireless networks to remotely access the network and change settings for remote access.
The NetSpender Network application is also available for Android devices.
NetSpenders Network, which is available for free and open source software, has an advanced security model that uses two-factor authentication for users and devices.
Users also have the option of creating a password-protected private network.