Meshrocket

Meshrocket is a project that enables gigabit-grade Internet access at home.

This is done with a new wireless-mesh technology that pushes between 100Mbps and 1000Mbps Internet bandwidth to every connected home.

Meshrocket

Mount

If you live in a neighborhood that is Meshrocket enabled you can order a Meshrocket installation kit. Mounting a Meshrocket on top of your roof is easier than installing a satellite dish. Your local electrician can do that job easily. Often in less than 2 hours.

Mount

Connect

One thin cable is going from the roof into your house to feed the Internet bandwidth into your home network. All your wireless and wired Internet devices at home share this superfast Internet connection via this connection.

There's no need to worry about things like antenna alignment or signal strength. We take care of that remotely and our monitoring system informs us and also you whenever a problem appears. We never understood why customers need to queue up on the phone to tell their ISP that the Internet is down.

Plug

Enjoy

Lean back and fasten your seat belt. It's time to enjoy a superfast and reliable Internet connection. No more download progress-bars and video buffering-wheels. Sharing videos with your friends becomes easier than ever because you have the same up- and download speed. Everything through a single device on top of your roof.

Enjoy

How

Meshrocket achieved to build a hybrid network that combines the advantages of wired and wireless technologies. Just imagine a single futuristic device on top of your roof that is replacing cable TV, satellite dish and phone lines at home. We think the time has come to replace this technologies from the last century.

Plug

Where

Our goal is to enable faster Internet in suburban and rural areas. Internet is really slow there compared to densely populated cities. We start with pilot networks in California to mature our technology. After that we plan to deploy such networks wherever we get enough signups.

Tell us where exactly you live so we better understand where we should enable faster Internet access first.

Enjoy