Meshdynamics
Wireless For The Outdoor EnterpriseTM    
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Our Expertise 

Meshdynamics' technology expertise includes multi-radio mesh networking, extremely lightweight Internet of Things (IoT) protocols for simple devices, and publish/discover/subscribe mechanisms tailored for real time M2M communications.

The company is focused on time sensitive wireless networking for Industrial IoT with substantial patented and patent-pending Intellectual Property. Unique value propositions include deterministic performance over many hops, resilient networking topologies, mobile network infrastructure and rapid integration of data streams into enterprise work flow management.


Our Customers

Meshdynamics Modular Mesh  routers deliver glitch free, time sensitive, video, voice and sensor streams -- long after competing single radio backhaul mesh architectures have run out of steam.

Defense and Homeland Security in US, UK and Canada use Meshdynamics to provide mobile and static video surveillance and perimeter security. These include strategic national borders.  Thousands of nodes in surface and underground mining sites in Africa, Australia, China, Canada and USA, provide crucial communications inside mining tunnels 64+ hops deep.

This level of scalable performance -- validated by Military and Mining Customers -- remains unmatched.. More
 
 





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 Scalable, Future-Proof, Wireless Mesh Networking 

1. Conventional Single Channel Backhauls Cannot Scale

The inability of single radio backhauls  to simultaneously transmit and receive  is a serious disadvantage. If a node cannot send and receive at the same time, it loses of its bandwidth as it attempts to relay packets up and down the backhaul path. A loss of with each hop implies that after 4 hops, a user would be left with (***) = 1/16 of the bandwidth available at the Ethernet link: 1/(2H) relationship defines the fraction of the bandwidth available to a user after H hops, see Figure 1 below.  More 

         

              Fig.1a: (left) Competing mesh products suffer from   Bandwidth loss with each hop. Enlarge.
              Fig 1b: (right): Meshdynamics Distributed Control Software engenders Frequency Agility everywhere. Enlarge

2. Tree Based Multi-Radio Mesh Architectures Scale.


             Fig. 1: Ad hoc (Peer-to-Peer) Mesh Architectures vs. Meshdynamics Scalable Tree Based Architecture.

The Two Radio, (Uplink and Downlink) Backhaul, mitigates RF interference using non-interfering channel assignments.  More

3. Onboard Machine Controllers Simplifies End Devices
 


Fig. 4:  Machine controller applications, in mesh nodes, orchestrating local and remote (supervisory) control loops. Enlarge

Machine controller applications ("apps"), running on the mesh nodes, monitor and control enterprise assets at the network edge.  A low latency Pub/Sub messaging framework manages periodic packet shuttle services. Performance is analyzed in the cloud and used to dynamically tune the network topology by setting the bias directives described here . The framework is  disruption tolerant - it functions despite no cloud connectivity. Placing machine controller functions in the routers simplifies end device design  More