Why do you need Mesh Networks & who to partner with?
Mesh networks are becoming increasingly popular for a wide range of applications, including home networking and industrial IoT deployments. A mesh network is a network topology in which each node relays network data. In the network, all mesh nodes work together to distribute data. As a result, a robust, self-configuring, and self-healing network with broad coverage is created.
Some of the key benefits of mesh networks include:
• Self-healing - The mesh network automatically adapts to changes in the network topology. If one node goes down, the rest of the network will automatically reconfigure itself to find the next best path. This makes the network very resilient.
• Easy to deploy - Mesh networks are easy to set up as there is no need to run cabling to each device. You simply add more wireless nodes to expand coverage. This reduces deployment costs.
• Robust coverage - The multi-hop nature of mesh networks allows them to provide coverage even in remote areas where direct connectivity may not be possible. They can span longer distances than typical Wi-Fi networks.
• Cost effective - Mesh networks are often built using inexpensive wireless routers and access points. They provide an affordable solution for providing network coverage over a wide area.
• Ad hoc networks - Mesh networks can be set up as ad hoc networks without the need for a central controller. This makes them ideal for emergency situations or temporary events.
When implementing a mesh network solution, it is critical to collaborate with a partner who has experience designing, deploying, and managing mesh networks. Here at Sartura, we have spent years assisting clients in the implementation of mesh networks for applications such as public Wi-Fi and enterprise networking.
Our track record primarily consists of delivering mesh network solutions based on technologies from industry leaders such as Qualcomm, Broadcom and others. We have the knowledge and experience to design a solution that meets specific needs, as well as the ability to deploy and manage mesh networks.
If you're planning a mesh networking project, get in touch with us.