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Fast, automatic connections

Most mesh networks lose too much throughput to be useful at scale. Our self-powered hardware doesn't, so you can cover hundreds of acres before laying cable. Power or ethernet not required.

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Mobile Processing

Cellular chipsets pack four times as much computing ability as the average router, allowing us to manage complex routes without slowing you down.

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Low-loss Routing

Our routing algorithm loses only 15% of available throughput on each wireless "hop." Consumer mesh networks are too lossy to even make it out of a house.

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Integrated 5G Backhaul

With optional 5G or CAT20 4G-LTE support, up to 2Gbps built-in backhaul.

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Rugged Casing

Feel free to throw the submersible, all-aluminum construction off a cliff.

You know, so that they can have WiFi down there too.

Wherever you need WiFi.

Remote broadband

Last-mile internet too costly? Minimizing trenching expenses can reduce installation costs by up to 85%, allowing internet access to reach where it never could before.


Host local networks even where there is limited backhaul. Enable IoT and wireless connectivity to bring challenging workplaces to the 21st century.

Public Spaces

Nearly instantaneous internet. Each battery-powered node takes about 2 minutes to strap to a pole and turn on via Bluetooth. No messing with wires or waiting for power.

Danny Gardner


Danny's experience in wireless hardware design led him to positions at Fitbit, Apple, and other communication startups. Danny withdrew from Stanford University in 2017 to work on Mesh++.

Lee Tennant


Lee directed the operations of ALIVITI, a Chicago-based software-defined networking company. She managed 300,000 users in the Midwest at Ritual.co.

Mike Jones


Mike has started several software companies specializing in decentralized data. Previously he served as a Senior Software Engineer at Genesys.

Edward Cheung


Edward most recently served as the Firmware Manager for Open-Mesh’s Hong Kong office. He has 16 years of experience in wireless development including embedded, GSM, and low-power ARM WiFi.

Daniel Bailey


As a senior engineer at APCON and then Datto, Daniel helped develop and bring to market dozens of wireless APs, routers, and enterprise switches.

McKinley Freeman


McKinley spent 8 years as a Business Development Manager at IBM's software group before his successful career as an actor and producer. He has starred regularly in Hit the Floor, Days of our Lives, and General Hospital.

Alex Ballmer


Alex is a distributed computing aficionado with a research background in supercomputing and wireless mesh networks.

Jay Kinzie

Product Management

Jay has spent years programming production manufacturing equipment profesionally and as a hobbyist. Jay is a HAM radio operator with call sign W9JHK.

Marcus Wallace


Marcus is a cybersecurity expert with a home lab. He helps customers integrate their own Mesh++ networks.

Xi Chen

Mesh Networking

Xi completed his PhD on wireless networking from Iowa State University in 2011. He then spent three years at Qualcommn developing enterprise WiFi drivers. Following two years at Ubiquiti Networks, Xi's most recent efforts have been as a Sr. Wireless Developer at Amazon's Lab126.

Venkat Chimata


Venkat has 14 years of experience in WiFi mesh networking protocols. He focused on outdoor WiFi while studying at the Indian Institute of Technology. He has implemented mesh protocols for Arada Systems and Proxim Wireless, most recently leading the technical progress of Nearhop Internet.


We are always looking for brilliant engineers. Send a resume to info@meshplusplus.com.

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  • Solar-powered
  • 4x4/2x2 MU-MIMO wave 2
  • Dual-core 1.7GHz processor
  • 50*60*10cm
  • 4G-LTE (optional)
  • 1TB solid-state drive (optional)
  • 11kg
  • IP67 waterproof


  • Battery-powered
  • 4x4 MU-MUMO wave 2
  • Dual-core 1.7GHz processor
  • 3-4 day battery life
  • CAT20 4G-LTE (optional)
  • 1TB solid-state drive (optional)
  • 5kg
  • IP67 waterproof


  • Battery-powered
  • 2x2 MU-MUMO wave 2
  • Quad-core 700MHz processor
  • 1-2 day battery life
  • CAT12 4G-LTE (optional)
  • USB capability
  • Power over Ethernet
  • Water-resistant

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