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MeshDynamics Modular Mesh Framework supports both MD4000 multi-radio and the MD1000 portable single radio modules (shown above) both operating within one interoperable framework. The compact MD4000 multi-radio units form the core Mobile Mesh Backhaul. Communications at the edge of the network are supported by MD1000 single radio portable units that are also meshed to provide communication and connectivity at the network edge. The software packages is delivered on Ubiquiti BulletTM and NanoStationTM hardware platforms.
Here is a brief description of the software packages available.
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March 16, 2009 BusinessWire Related Link: MD1000 Products Web Page
New MeshDynamics Edge Nodes Deliver Third Generation Benefits at Lower Cost
Unique Hybrid Mesh Extends Networks for First Responders, Security Personnel
SANTA CLARA, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--MeshDynamics, the leader in Third Generation wireless mesh networking for the outdoor enterprise, today announced three new software packages designed to turn off-the-shelf hardware into powerful 802.11 Wi-Fi edge nodes. These new packages leverage the company's patented and patent-pending networking algorithms but offer smaller, lower cost, and lower power requirement options at the edge of the network.
The three new Edge Node software packages extend the innovations of MeshDynamics MD4000 family of wireless mesh nodes. All three are designed to participate in company's unique distributed topology and channel selection technology as well as allowing for centralized management of the entire network. These capabilities go far beyond traditional Customer Premise Equipment (CPE) features.
Three software packages are available and being announced now, with others in development for future release. The three current packages include Standard Edge Node, Mobile Edge Node, and Hybrid Edge Node software. These are delivered as software licenses for use with off-the-shelf Bullet™ and NanoStation™ hardware provided by Ubiquiti Networks, Inc.
All three software packages make use of unique software technologies that allow the single physical radio present in these hardware platforms to operate as multiple logical radios. This delivers the networking intelligence of the MD4000 wireless mesh nodes at the edge of the network, where high bandwidth performance is not as critical, at a lower cost.